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ALUMNI  CANTABRIGIENSES 

A  BIOGRAPHICAL  LIST  OF  ALL  KNOWN  STUDENTS,  GRADUATES 

AND  HOLDERS  OF  OFFICE  AT  THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  CAMBRIDGE, 

FROM  THE  EARLIEST  TIMES  TO   1900 

COMPILED  BY 

JOHN  VENN,  Sc.D.,  F.R.S.,  F.S.A., 

PRESIDENT  OF  GONVILLE  AND  CAIUS  COLLEGE 
AND 

J.  A.  VENN,  MA., 

GILCEY  LECTURER  IN  THE  HISTORY  AND 
ECONOMICS  OF  AGRICULTURE 


PART  I 

FROM  THE  EARLIEST  TIMES  TO  175 1 

VOLUME  II 
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PREFACE 


THIS  Volume  is  of  course  continued  on  exactly  the  same  lines  as  Volume  I.  But 
readers  will  find  that  it  is  appreciably  fuller,  both  in  respect  of  the  proportion  of 
names  which  we  have  succeeded  in  identifying,  and  of  the  amount  of  information 
furnished  as  to  careers.  This  is  due  partly  to  the  even  more  generous  help  accorded 
us  by  those  to  whom  we  have  already  expressed  our  indebtedness  in  the  preface  to 
Volume  I  and  partly  to  the  considerable  access  of  new  helpers  which  the  pubUcation 
of  that  volume  has  brought  us.  Amongst  the  latter  we  must  particularly  mention  the 
following:  Mr  E.  Axon  of  Buxton,  well  known  for  his  extensive  investigations  into  the 
history  of  Lancashire  and  Cheshire  famiUes;  the  Rev.  A.  G.  Kealy,  late  chaplain 
R.N.,  of  Maltby,  Yorkshire,  who  has  opened  up  for  us  an  entirely  new  source  of 
information,  viz.  that  of  former  chaplains  in  the  Royal  Navy;  the  Very  Rev.  B. 
Zimmerman,  Prior  of  the  Carmelites,  who  has  given  us  much  that  is  new  about  early 
members  of  his  Order;  the  Rev.  E.  A.  Irons,  Rector  of  North  Luffenham,  has  added 
many  facts  to  our  Northamptonshire  names;  the  Rev.  G.  Montagu  Benton,  Vicar 
of  Fingringhoe,  has  supplied  much  help  in  the  task  of  identifying  incumbents  in 
Essex;  to  the  Rev.  Harold  Smith,  D.D.,  Principal  of  St  John's  Hall,  Highbury, 
we  are  indebted  for  assistance  in  assigning  Institutions  and  Ordinations  during  the 
Interregnum  period.  We  much  regret  that  by  an  unaccountable  oversight  the  name 
of  our  principal  Lincolnshire  helper  was  omitted  in  Volume  I,  viz.  the  Rev.  Canon 
E.  Foster,  Rector  of  Timberland.  It  was  to  him  that  we  owe  most  of  the  Lincoln 
ordinations,  as  well  as  a  mass  of  information  regarding  early  institutions  in  that 
county. 

Readers  are  reminded  that  Volume  IV  of  this  work  will  contain  an  extensive 
Appendix  recording  additions  and  corrections  received  as  the  first  three  Volumes  go 
through  the  press.  We  shall  therefore  be  glad  if  they  will  let  us  have  all  that  they  can 
supply  in  time  for  insertion  in  that  Volume,  which  it  is  hoped  will  be  published  at 
the  end  of  next  year. 

J.  VENN 
J.  A.  VENN 

Cambridge, 

September,  1922 


ALUMNI   CANTABRIGIENSES 


FROM  THE  EARLIEST  TIMES  TO    1 75 1 


Dabbs,  John 

DABBS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  25, 
1717.  Of  Warwickshire.  Matric.  1717;  B.A.  1721-2;  M.A. 
1725.  Fellow,  1724.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  20,  1724;  priest 
(Lincoln)  Dec.  19,  1725.  R-  of  Gayhurst,  Bucks.,  1725-50. 
R.  of  Stoke  Goldington,  1736-50.  Died  1750.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(Lipscomb,  iv.  162.) 

DA  BELL, .    M.A.  1478. 

DABRIDGECOURT,   JOHN.    Matric.   pens,   from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1584.    Probably  of  Ossington,  Notts.,  and  of  Staple 
Inn;  when  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  27,  1586. 
DABRIDGCOURT,    ROBERT.     Clerk;    of    Lichfield    diocese. 

Studied  arts  at  Cambridge.   {Cat.  of  Papal  Letters,  1408.) 
DACIE  or  DACY,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Pembroke, 
Apr.  28,  1658.    S.  of  Robert,  of  Buckland  Brewer,  Devon. 
Matric.  1659,  as  'Ducy';  B.A.  1661-2,  as  Dacie;  M.A.  1665. 
Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Exeter)  1716;  of  Upton  Helions, 
Devon,  clerk. 
DACIE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  June  23,  1689.   Matric. 
1689;  Scholar,  1690.    Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Exeter) 
1723;  of  Crediton,  Devon,  clerk. 
DACK,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  i,  1731-2- 
Of  Norfolk.   Matric.  1732;  M.B.  1737.   Admitted  student  at 
Leyden,  Sept.  17,  1737.   Practised  physic  at  Norwich.    Of 
Kerdiston,  Norfolk,  M.D.    Died  Aug.  8,  1792,  aged  78    M.I. 
at  Reepham.   Will,  P.C.C.    (G.  Mag.) 
DAK,  WILLIAM.    B.Can.L.  1454-5.    V.  of  Meldreth,  Cambs., 
till  1475.    Will  (P.C.C.)  1495;  'clerk,  of  Sudbome,  Suffolk.' 
Perhaps  the  Mr  Dacke  excused  from  processions,  etc.,  1476-7. 
{Gr.  Bk,  A,  118.) 
DACKOMBE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Dec.  4, 
1624.    S.  of  Sir  John,  Knt.,  of  Temple  Combe,  Somerset. 
B.  in  London.    School,  Isleworth,  Middlesex  (Mr  Willis). 
Matric.  1624.   Of  Edmonton  in  1649.    {Venn,  i.  269;  Vis.  of 
Dorset,  1623.) 
DACKWOOD,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Sept. 

13,  1678. 
DACRES,  ARTHUR.  Matric.  pens,  from  MAGDALENE,Michs.i642. 
S.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1603),  of  Cheshunt,  Herts.,  Knt.  B.  there. 
Bapt.  Apr.  i8,  1624.  B.A.  1645-6;  M.A.  1649:  M.D.  1654- 
Fellow,  1646.  Assistant  physician  at  St  Bartholomew's, 
1653-78.  Professor  of  Geometry  at  Gresham  College,  1664-5. 
F.R.C.P.  1665.  Censor,  1672.  Died  Sept.  1678.  Buried  at 
St  Bartholomew-the-Less,  London.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of 
Richard  (1647),  John  (1634)  and  Thomas  {1632).  {Munk,  i. 
354;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Herts.,  1634.) 
DACRES,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Peter- 

HousE,  Easter,  1555. 
DACRES,  EDWARD.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
Michs.  1611.    S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of  Cheshunt,  Herts.,  Knt. 
B.A.  1615.   Fellow,  till  1617.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  9, 
1617.   Of  Bedwell  Park.    Buried  at  Cheshunt,  July  7,  1659. 
aged  66.   M.I.   {Vis.  of  Herts.,  1634;  Chtterbuck,  zi.  101.) 
DAKER,  HENRY.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1554.  Of 
Carlisle   diocese.     Received   tonsure   (London)    Apr.    1556. 
Probably  migrated  to  Oxford.    B.A.  from  Queen's  College, 
1560.    R.  of  Skelton,  Cumberland,  1562-97;  when  he  re- 
signed.   {Peile,  I.  59;  Al.  Oxon.) 
DACRES,   HUGH.     Incorp.   1493,   from  a  foreign  University. 
Archdeacon  of  Carlisle,  -1490-1503-.    W'ill  (P.C.C.)   1509: 
'of  Dacre,  Cumberland,  Netherbury,   Dorset,  and  Wem, 
Salop.' 
DACRES,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June 
18,  1685.   S.  of  George.   B.  at  Old  Warden,  Beds.,  Oct.  13, 
1665.    School,  Westminster.    Matric.   1685;  Scholar,  1686; 
B.A.  1688-9;  M.A.  1692.   Fellow,  1691. 
DACRES,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1634; 
B.A.   1637-8;  M.A.   1641.    Probably  s.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of 
Cheshunt,  Herts.,   Knt.    Bapt.   May  7,   1617.    Brother  of 
Arthur  (1642)  and  Richard  (1647).    (Vis.  of  Herts.,  1634.) 
DACRES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Nov.  6, 
1690.  3rd  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  Cheshunt,  Herts.,  Knt.  B.  at 
ClerkenweU,  Middlesex.  School,  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1690. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Dec.   10,   1694.    Married  and  had 
issue.    Buried  May  21,   1705.    Brother  of  Thomas  (1687), 
father  of  Richard  (1714).   (Le  Neve,  Knights.) 

V.A.C.  II. 


Dade,  Francis 


DACRES  or  DAKERS,  PERCIVAL.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens*, 
Michs.  1572.    Of  Yorkshire.    B.A.  1577-8.    C.  of  Boynton, 
near  Bridlington,  1582. 
DACRES,   RICHARD.    Adm.   pens,   (age   18)   at  Magdalene, 
July  5,  1647.    S.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1603),  Knt,  of  Cheshunt, 
Herts.  Bapt.  July  5,  1627.  School,  Hertford.   Matric.  1647; 
B.A.  1650-1.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  1652.    Bar- 
rister,  1660.    Brother  of  Arthur  (1642),  John  (1634)  and 
Thomas  (1632).   {Vis.  of  Herts.,  1634.) 
DACRES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
July  8,   1714.    S.  of  John  (1690),  Esq.,  deceased.    B.  at 
Cottenham,    Cambs.     School,    Bishop's    Stortford,    Herts. 
Matric.  1714.   Migrated  to  Pembroke,  Sept.  18,  1718. 
DACRES,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1585.   Matric. 
Michs.  1585.    Doubtless  s.  of  George,  of  Cheshunt,  Herts. 
Brother  of  Walter  (1585)  and  Thomas  (1571). 
DACRES,  THOMAS  {alias  LEMORE).   Probably  of  Clare,  as  he 

was  V.  of  Gt  Gransden,  Hunts.  (Clare  living),  1478-82. 
DACRES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1571.    Probably  s.  of  George,  of  Cheshunt,  Herts.    (The 
same,   or  another,   adm.   at   King's,   as   Fell.-Com.    i573-) 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  from  Furnival's  Inn,  June  10,  1576. 
Of  Hertfordshire.    Knighted,  1604.   Sheriff  of  Herts.,  1614. 
Buried  at  Cheshunt,  July  31,  1615. 
DACRES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1603.     Probably   s.    of   Sir   Thomas,    Knt.,    of   Cheshunt. 
Knighted,  Feb.  22,  1616-7.   M.P.  for  Higham  Ferrers,  1626; 
for  Herts.,  1626,  1628,  and  1641-8.    Buried  Dec.  26,  1668. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1611),  father  of  Arthur,  of  John  (1634), 
Richard  (1647),  and  the  next. 
DACRES,  THOMAS.    M.A.  1632  (incorp.  from  Oxford).    S.  of 
Sir  Thomas  (1603),  of  Cheshunt,  Herts.,  Knt.   Matric.  from 
Exeter  College,  Oct.  16,  1629,  age  20.  M.A.  (Oxford)  Nov.  12, 
1629.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,   1631.    M.P.  for  Callington, 
Cornwall,  1646.   Knight  of  the  Roval  Oak,  1660.  Died  1668. 
Will,  P.C.C.  {Al.  0.\:on.;Cussans,  li.  loi;  Vis. of  Herts.,  1634.) 
DACRES,  THOMAS.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 
May  13,  1687.    S.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  Cheshunt,  Knt.    B.  at 
ClerkenweU,    Middlesex.     School,    Berkhampstead,    Herts. 
Matric.  i688.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  22,  1691-2.  S.  and 
h.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  ClerkenweU,  Knt.    Married  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Major  BuU,  of  MarweU,  Hants.    Buried  at  Owsels- 
bury,  Hants.   Brother  of  John  (1690).   {Cussans,  11.  101.) 
DACRES,  WALTER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1585    Matric. 
1585.     Doubtless   5th   s.    of   George,   of  Cheshunt,   Herts. 
Buried  May  22,  1632.  Brother  of  Robert  (1585)  and  perhaps 
of  Thomas  (1571)- 
DAKERS   or  DAKER,   WILLIAM.     Adm.   pens,   (age   17)    at 
Trinity,  June  27,  1685.   S.  of  William,  of  Condover,  Salop. 
B.  at  WheathUl,  Salop.  School,  Newport,  Salop  (Mr  Samuel 
Edwards).   Matric.  1685;  Scholar,  1687;  B.A.  1688-9:  M.A. 
1692.  C.  of  Aston,  Salop.   Perhaps  R.  of  Selattyn,  1713-9- 
DACRES  WILLOUGHBY.    Adm.   at   King's,   a  scholar  from 
Eton,'  1625.    Matric.  Michs.  1625.    Fellow  tiU  his  death,  of 
smaU-pox,  Sept.  28,  1628.  Admon.  in  King's  College. 

DACRES,  .    Of  St  Nicholas  Hostel,  1529-30.    'Parson 

Dakers  of  St  Nich.  Hostel'  is  complained  of  by  the  Vice- 
ChanceUor  (Dr  Wm  Buckmaster)  for  his  violent  behaviour, 
c.  1530.  (J.  Lamb,  Documents,  24.) 
DADDOW,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  24)  at  Pembroke, 
June  17,  1715.  S.  of  Joseph.  B.  at  St  Blazey,  ComwaU,  1687. 
Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9;  M.A.  1739-  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Feb  22,  1718-9.  Admon.  (Exeter)  1743;  of  St  Wenn,  Corn- 
wall, clerk. 
DADE,  FRANCIS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1637;  LL.B.  1643-  FeUow,  1647- 
DADE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Jan.  26, 1673-4- 
S.  of  Thomas  (1631),  Esq.,  of  Tannington,  Suffolk.  B.  there, 
Feb.  2,  1658-9.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1674;  Scholar,  1674- 
81;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1681.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept. 
1683;  priest.  May,  1684.  V.  of  Bramford,  Suffolk  and  of 
Baylham,  1692-1722.  Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  William  Lodge, 
of  Nettlestead,  Nov.  10,  1689.  Died  Tunc  8,  1722.  Buried  at 
Bramford.  Brother  of  John  (1665-6)  and  Nathaniel  (1667)- 
{Venn,  1.  45°-) 

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Dade,  Henry 

DADE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Lent, 
1597-8;  Scholar,  1600;  LL.B.  1603-4.  Perhaps  2nd  s.  of 
Thomas  (1631),  of  Tannington,  Suffolk.  Commissary  for 
Suffolk  Archdeaconry,  1640.  His  proceedings  in  the  Ec- 
clesiastical Court  mentioned  in  Neices  from  Ipswich.  Died 
Sept.  15,  1653,  aged  71.  M.I.  at  Dallinghoe,  Suffolk.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1654.  (Misc.  Gen.  el  Her.,  2nd  S.,  i.  186,  327;  Le 
Neve,  Mon.,  iv.  24;  V.  B.  Redstone.) 

DADE,  JOHN.  Perhaps  B.A.  1500-1.  Author  on  Heraldry. 
(Bodleian  ms.)   {Cooper,  1.  44.) 

DADE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi.  1636.  Of  Suffolk. 
B.A.  1639-40. 

DADE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  {age  14)  at  Caius,  Mar.  12,  1665-6. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1631),  gent.,  of  Tannington,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
Sept  4,  1651.  Schools,  Mr  Crachnall  and  Bury  St  Edmunds. 
Scholar,  1666-73;  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673; 
M.D.  1683.  FeUow,  1674-94.  Practised  in  Ipswich.  Died 
May  2,  1732.  M.I.  at  Tannington,  Brother  of  Francis 
(1673-4).  Apparently  father  of  John  (1743),  and  William 
(1744).    (Venn,  i.  426.) 

DADE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  22,  1674.  Matric. 
1676;  B.A.  1677-8.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1680;  priest. 
May,  1681. 

DADE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  13,  1743. 
S.  of  John  (1665-6),  M.D.,  of  Suffolk.  B.  at  Ipswich.  School, 
Monk-Soham,  Suffolk  (Mr  Ray).  Matric.  1743-4.  Of  Deben- 
ham  and  Ipswich.  Major,  East  Suffolk  Militia.  Free  burgess 
of  Ipswich,  1753.  Died  Jan.  8,  1811.  Brother  of  William 
(1744).   (V.  B.  Redstone;  Cole,  Suffolk  MSS.) 

DADE,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  22,  1668. 
Matric.  1668;  Scholar,  1671;  B.A.  1671-2.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Feb.  1674-5;  priest.  Mar.  1674-5.  V.  of  Whitkirk, 
Leeds,  Yorks.,  1675-88. 

DADE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Aug.  2, 
1667.  4ths.  of  Thomas  ( 1 631),  Esq.,  of  Tannington.  B.  there, 
Dec.  30,  1652.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1667-8;  Scholar,  1668- 
70.  Died  1670.  Brotherof  Francis  (1673)  and  John  (1665-6). 
(K^nn,  1.432;  Misc.  Gen.et  Her. ,2ndS.,  i.  201.) 

DADE,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1500-1.  A  Richard  Dade,  V.  of 
Henham,  Essex,  15x4-31.  R.  of  Cotton,  Suffolk,  1515.  Died 
1531.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1532;  'of  Henham,  Essex;  and  R.  of 
Cotton,  Suffolk.  To  be  buried  at  Cotton.'  (Cott.  MS.  11.  13; 
V.  B.  Redstone.) 

DADE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1591.  Of  Norfolk. 
B.A.  1594-5;  M.A.  1598.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Jan.  i, 
1600-1,  age  25.  C.  of  Buckcnham  St  Martin,  Norfolk.  R.  of 
Thelnetham,  Suffolk,  1612-38.  Buried  Aug.  27,  1638. 
Father  of  the  next. 

DADE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  30,  1643. 
Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Robert  (above),  R.  of  Thehietham.  School, 
Norwich.  Matric.  1644;  Scholar,  1644-50;  B.A.  1646-7; 
M.A.  1650.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1651.  Died  1652-3.  Will 
P.C.C.   (T.  A.  Walker,  97;  Venn,  i.  350.) 

DADE,  THOMAS  (jun.).  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  27, 
1631.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Tannington,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Bury.  Matric.  163 1.  Perhaps  scholar  of  Trinity  Hall, 
1632-7.  Of  Pettistree,  Suffolk,  gent.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Feb.  6,  1636-7.  Called  to  the  Bar,  1645.  Succeeded  his 
father  at  Tannington.  Died  July  20,  1688.  Buried  at  Bram- 
ford.  Half-brother  of  William  (1598).  (Venn,  i.  298;  Vis.  of 
Suffolk,  1664.) 

DADE,  THOMAS  (sen.).  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  27, 
1631.  S.  of  William,  gent.  (1598).  B.  at  Tannington.  School, 
Bury.  Matnc.  1631.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr-.  14,  1632. 
Called  to  the  Bar,  1638.  Ancient,  1658.  Of  Tannington,  Esq. 
Died  Sept.  15,  1685.  Buried  at  Tannington.  Will  (Archd. 
Suff.)  1685.  Father  of  Francis  (1673-4),  John  (1665-6), 
Nathaniel  (1667)  and  Thomas  (i66i).   (Venn,  i.  298.) 

DADE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  28,  1661. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1631),  Esq.,  of  Tannington,  Suffolk.  B.  there, 
Aug.  27,  1644.   Schools,  Ipswich  (Mr  Woodside)  and  Bury. 

Matric.  1661;  Scholar,  1661-4;  M.A.  1669-70  (Lit.  Reg. He 

was  of  royal  descent,  through  his  grandmother,  Mary  Wink- 
field).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  x,  1664.  Called  to  the  Bar 
1671.  Ancient,  1687.  Of  Tannington,  Esq.  Died  Dec  14 
1697.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1698.  (Venn,  1.  413;  Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664.) 

DADE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Mar.  31,  1687. 
Matric.  1687;  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A.  1694.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Feb.  1691-2;  priest  (York)  June,  1698.  R.  of  Sneaton  in 
Cleveland,  Yorks.,  1699-1708.  V.  of  Otley,  1701-8.  Died 
Dec.  25,  1708.   (Peile,  11.  104.) 

DADE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  7,  1718.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1718-9;  B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1735.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  June,  1723;  priest,  Sept.  1726.  V.  of  Ergham, 
Yorks.,  1731-59-  R.  of  Barmston  and  Burton  Agnes, 
1735-59-     L>ied  Sept.  28,  1759-     (G-  Mag.) 


Daintry,  John 

DADE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  i,  1598. 
S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Witton,  Norfolk.  Schools, 
Brandiston  (Mr  Rason)  and  Worlingworth  (Mr  Grundy). 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  21,  1600.  Of  Ipswich,  Esq.  Died 
Feb.  22,  1659-60.  M.I.  at  Tannington.  Father  of  Thomas 
(1631).  (Venn,  i.  164;  Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664;  Le  Neve,  Mon., 
IV.  71.) 

DADE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  June  26, 
1744.  S.  of  [John]  (1665-6),  of  Tannington,  Suffolk,  M.D. 
B.  at  Ipswich.  Matric.  1744;  B.A.  1747-8;  M.A.  1751. 
Fellow,  1749.  Free  burgess  of  Ipswich,  1753.  Died  May  28, 
1755.   M.I.  at  Tannington.  Brother  of  John  (1743). 


DADE. 


Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1577. 


DADE, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1584. 

DADLEY,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1618, 
as  'Dudley';  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Oct.  23;  priest,  Oct.  24,  1625.   (Petle,  i.  323.) 

DAFFERNE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1576. 
DAFFORNE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1568; 

B.A.  1571-2. 
DAFFY,  ELIAS.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Caius,  Aug.  4,  1681.  S.  of 

Anthony,  citizen  of  London.    B.  there.    Schools,  London, 

Hertford  (Mr  Howard)  and  Saumur.    Matric.   1681;  M.B. 

1687.   Probably  practised  in  London.   One  of  the  makers  of 

the 'Elixir.'    (Venn,  i.  ^68.) 
DAFFY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  16, 

1666.  S.  of  Thomas,  clerk,  R.  of  Harby  and  Redniile,  Leics. 

B.  at  Leicester.  School,  Melton  (Mr  Stokes).   Matric.  1667; 

B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1674.  Head  Master  of  Melton  Mowbray 

School,  1673.  His  father  was  the  inventor  of  the  well-known 

'Elixir.'   (SeeD.iV.B.) 
DAGGE,  JOHN.    M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1734.   S.  of  Jonathan, 

of  Fowey,  Cornwall,  clerk.    Matric.  from  Queen's  College, 

Oxford,  July  11,  1722,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1726.    Died 

Feb.  1753-4.  Will  (Exeter)  1754;  of  Fowey,  clerk.  (Al.  Oxon.) 

DAGGET,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  May  6, 
1714.  S.  of  William,  R.  of  Birmingham.  B.  there.  School, 
Coxwold,  Yorks.  Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1717-8;  M.A.  1721. 
V.  of  Theddingworth,  Leics.,  1723-38.  Buried  there  1738. 
Admon.,  Leicester.    (Nichols,  11.  828.) 

DAGGET,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  14, 1623. 
S.  of  Robert,  gent.  B.  at  Howe,  near  Thirsk,  Yorks.  School, 
Topcliffe  (Mr  Ri.  Crowe).  Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A. 
1630. 

DAGGET,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  3,  1605. 
Matric.  1605;  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612;  B.D.  1619.  Fellow. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1614.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19; 
priest,  Sept.  20,  1613.  R.  of  Kirklington,  Yorks.,  1640. 
Died  Aug.  19,  1644.  Buried  at  Kirklington.  (McCjill, 
Churches  of  Richmondshire.) 

DAGGOTT,  THOMAS.  B.Can.L.  1503-4.  R.  of  Knapwell, 
Cambs.   (See  also  Thomas  Docket,  1509-10.) 

DAGGET,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  21, 
1628.  S.  of  William,  draper.  B.  at  Ripon,  Yorks.  School, 
Ripon  (Mr  Palmes).  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635;  B.D.  1642. 
Fellow.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  20,  1638;  priest,  June  9, 
1639.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1642. 

DAGGET,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  i, 
1682.  1st  s.  of  William,  yeoman,  deceased.  B.  at  Borough- 
bridge,  Yorks.  Schools,  Leeds  and  Coxwold.  Matric.  1682; 
B.A.  1685-6.  Of  Boroughbridge,  in  1694.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DAGGETT, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  27,  1610. 

DAGNALL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1622; 
B.A.  1625-6; M.A.  1630. 

DAGNALL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  May  7, 
1645.  S.  of  Samuel,  gent.  B.  at  Berkhampstead  St  Peter, 
Herts.  Schools,  Berkhampstead  (Mr  Sayer)  and  Tring 
(Mr  Holmes).   Matric.  1645;  Scholar,  1645-9;  B..\.  1648-9. 

DAILLONIUS  or  DALLION,  DANIEL.  Incorp.  M.A.  at  Pem- 
broke, 1682.   Of  Rochefoucalt  (Rupifucaldiensis). 

DAINTREE   or   DAYNTIE,    ARTHUR.     Matric.    pens,    from 

Christ's,  Feb.  1563-4;  Scholar. 
DAINTREE,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  16, 

1658.   Of  Leicestershire.    Matric.  1658;  Scholar,  1658;  B.A. 

1661-2;   M.A.   1665.    Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)   May  21,   1665. 

R.   of  Aldvvinkle  St  Peter,  Northants.,   1684-1707.    Died 

June  9,  1707,  aged  66.   M.I.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 
DANTREY  or  DAUTREY,  JOHN.   Matric,  sizar  from  Christ's, 

c.  1601. 
DAINTREY,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  Trinity,  June  7, 

1720.    S.  of  Brian,  of  Stafford.    School,  Birmingham  (Mr 

Perkinson).  Matric.  1724-5;  LL.B.  1726. 


Daintry,  William 

DAINTRY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Peterhouse, 
Apr.  23,  1650.  Of  Leicestershire.  School,  Coventry.  Scholar, 
1651;  Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1653-4;  M.A.  1657.  Fellow,  1656. 

DAKER,  see  DACRES. 

DAKEYNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  17, 
1632.  S.  of  Arthur,  Esq.,  of  Ashover,  Derbs.  B.  at  Notting- 
ham. Schools,  Dronfield  (Mr  Sim.  Peck)  and  Mansfield 
(Mr  Ri.  Poynton).  Matric.  1632.  Of  Stubbing  Edge,  Derbs. 
Died  1671.   {F.M.G.,  1018;  Vis.  of  Derbs.,  1662.) 

DAKEYNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  2,  1719. 
S.  of  Digby,  of  Dalbury,  Derbs.  Migrated  to  Emmanuel, 
June  15.  Matric.  1719;  B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1726.  Clerk,  of 
Staffordshire.   Died  aged  about  27.   (F.M.G.,  1018.) 

DAKYN,  JOHN.  B.Civ.L.  1524-5;  D.Civ.L.  1528-9.  Of  St 
Nicholas  Hostel.  Probably  a  monk  of  St  Mary's,  York. 
Adm.  advocate,  Nov.  25,  1529.  Chancellor  of  Wells,  1543, 
and  treasurer,  1554.  R.  of  Kirkby  Ravensworth,  Yorks., 
1548-54.  Preb.  of  York,  1550-8.  Archdeacon,  East  Riding, 
1551-8.  Commissary  for  the  Bishop  of  Chester.  Founded  a 
hospital  and  Grammar  School  at  Kirkby  Ravensworth. 
Died  Nov.  9,  1558.   (Cooper,  1.  181;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DAKEINE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  3, 
1676.  S.  of  John,  deceased,  of  Parwich,  Derbs.  B.  there. 
School,  Hartington.  Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684. 
Fellow,  1683.  Taxor,  1690.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18, 
1681.  V.  of  Holme-on-Spalding-Moor,  Yorks.,  1690-1703. 
Died  1703. 

DAKIN,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  April  6, 
1688,  S  of  Edward.  B.  at  Fairfield,  Derbs.  School,  Maccles- 
field (Mr  Ashworth).  Matric  1688;  Scholar,  1689;  B.A. 
1691-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lichfield)  Mar.  1693-4;  priest,  July, 
1691;  as  'praelector'  at  Ashbourne.  Perhaps  assistant 
Master  at  Derby  School,  1705-14.   (Peile,  11.  108.) 

DAKIN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1660. 

DAKIN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  23)  at  St  John's,  May  18, 
1730.  S.  of  Edward,  husbandman,  of  Derbyshire.  B.  at 
Bakewell.  School,  Stockport,  Cheshire.  Matric.  1734, 

DAKIN, .  Adm.  at  Pembroke,  June  16,  1659. 

DAKYNS,  ARTHUR.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1567; 
B.A.  1570-1.  Perhaps  s.  of  George,  of  Linton,  Yorks. 
Knighted,  1604.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1632 ;  of  St  Andrew's,  Holbom. 
One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1575,  from  Staple 
Inn;  Ancient,  1598.  An  Oxford  contemporary  was  B.C.L. 
1557.   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1612;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DAYKYNS,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1550. 

DAKYNS,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1571.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Brandesburton,  Yorks.  School, 
Pocklington.  B.A.  1574-5;  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1578. 
Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Caius,  Dec.  7,  1578,  age  24.  Joined  the 
Church  of  Rome.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Laon)  Mar.  8,  1581-2; 
deacon  (Chalons)  1582;  priest,  1582.  Sent  to  England,  1584; 
banished  and  returned  to  Douay,  1585 ;  again  sent  to  England, 
1586.   (Venn,  i.  99.) 

DAKYNS,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs, 
1567. 

DAKYNS,  HILARY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1571.  Of  Brandesburton,  Esq.  Probably  brother  of  Edward 
(1571).     A  Romanist.  (7".  A.  Walker.) 

DAKYNS,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1556. 
Of  Derbyshire.  B.A.  1559-60;  M.A.  1563.  Fellow,  1560. 
Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1566. 

DAKINS,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  16, 
1670.  S.  of  Edward,  mercer,  of  Woodbridge,  Suffolk.  B. 
there.  School,  Ipswich.   Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4. 

DAKENS,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1546. 
Of  Derbyshire.  B.A.  1551-2;  M.A.  from  St  John's,  1555. 
Fellow  of  St  John's,  1553.   Fellow  of  Trinity,  1560. 

DAKYNS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1544; 
B.A.  1548-9;  M.A.  1552.  FeUow,  1549-54.  Ord.  priest 
(London)  May,  1552.  V.  of  Ashwell,  Herts.,  1559-99.  Died 
Feb  18,  1598-9,  aged  75.  M.I.  at  Ashwell.  Perhaps  father 
of  the  next.   {Peile,  1.  35;  Clutterbuck,  iii.  487.) 

DAKYNS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1586. 
Scholar  from  Westminster.  Perhaps  s.  of  William,  V.  of 
Ashwell  (above).  B.A.  1590-1;  M.A.  1594;  B.D.  1601. 
FeUow,  1593.  V.  of  Trumpington,  Cambs.,  1603-5.  Pro- 
fessor of  Divinity  at  Gresham  College,  1604-7.  One  of  the 
translators  of  the  Bible.  Died  Feb.  1606-7.  (Cooper,  11.  444; 
D.N.B.) 

DALEY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1620; 
Scholar,  1624;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
May  29;  priest.  May  30,  1627.  V.  of  Exton,  Rutland, 
1647. 


Dale,  Henry 

DALBY,  EDWARD.  B.A.  1635  (incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  London.  Matric.  from  New  College,  Aug.  19, 
1634,  age  19;  B.A.  from  Wadham  College,  1635.  Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  1632.  Barrister,  1641.  Steward  of  Reading. 
(Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Berks.,  1665.) 

DALBIE,  FERDINAND.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1602;  B.A. 
1603-4. 

DALBY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1673.  Of  Lincoln- 
shire. Matric.  Easter,  1674;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A.  1680.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1677;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1680. 

DALBY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Easter,  1647. 

DALBY,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
June  13,  1674.  S.  of  Humphrey,  of  Stamford,  Lines.  School, 
Stamford.  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  22,  1678. 

DALBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  9,  1734.  B.  at 
Castle  Donington,  Leics.  Matric.  1735;  B.A.  1738-9;  M.A. 
1758.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  18,  1738-9;  priest,  June  i, 
1740.  R.  of  Lambley,  Notts.  V.  of  Castle  Donington,  Leics., 
1758-80.  Died  Dec.  20,  1780.  M.I.  at  Castle  Donington. 
Wm,  P.C.C.    (Nichols,  III.  782.) 

DALBY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1661.  Of  Lincoln- 
shire.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1664-5. 

DALBY,  TOBIAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1580.  Ord. 
priest  (Peterb.)  June  17,  1586,  as  'B.A.'    R.  of  Quinton, 

Northants.,  1586-1606. 

DALBY,  W.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1565. 

DALBY,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1568  (perhaps 
same  as  the  above). 

DALBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  13)  at  Caius,  May  24, 
1589.  S.  of  James,  V.  of  Howden.  B.  at  Hemingbrough, 
Yorks.  School,  Adlingfleet.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1592-3; 
M.A.  1596.  Ord.  priest  (Durham)  Sept.  30,  1599.  R.  of 
St  Peter-at-Arches,  Lincoln,  1604-12.  V  of  Haxey,  Lines., 
1606.  Official  of  Howden,  Yorks.,  in  1636.  (Venn,  1.  137; 
Robinson,  Snaiih.) 

DALBY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  c.  1596;  B.A. 
(?  1602-3);  M.A.  1606.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  12,  1608-9.  V.  of  Kirmond,  Lines.,  1610-23.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Broughton,  1623.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1624. 

DALBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  19,  1619. 
Matric.  i6ig.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  12;  priest.  Mar.  13, 
1624-5,  as  'B.A.'  Perhaps  V.  of  Anstey,  Leics.,  c.  1627. 

DOLBY, .  Scholar  of  Christ's,  1531-2. 

DALE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov. 
1544- 

DALE,  CUTHBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1570; 
Scholar,  1575;  B.A.  1576-7;  M.A.  1580;  B.D.  1587.  Fellow, 
1579.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Apr.  3;  priest,  Apr.  11,  1584. 
V.  of  St  Andrew's,  Histon,  Cambs.,  1589-92.  R.  of  Branston, 
Lines.,  1591.  Will  (Cons.  C.  Lincoln)  1638;  of  Branston, 
Lines.,  clerk. 

DALE,  CUTHBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  TRiNriY,  Easter,  1611; 

Scholar,  i6i4;B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 

Apr.  26;  priest,  Apr.  27,  1618.  V.  of  Gt  Wymondley,  Herts., 

1618-30.   Perhaps  father  of  the  next. 
DALE,  CUTHBERT.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  21,  1637-8. 

Of  Hertfordshire.    Perhaps  s.  of  Cuthbert  (above),  V.  of 

Gt  Wymondley.   Matric.  1638;  B.A.  1641. 

DALE,  DAMASCENE.  M.A.  1545-  (No  B.A.)  C.  of  St  Giles', 
Cambridge,  in  1543. 

DALE,  DANIEL,  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1617; 
Scholar,  1619;  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  25;  priest,  Sept.  26,  1625.  R.  of  Snelland,  Lines., 
1633- 

DALE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  1,  1653.  Of 
Lincolnshire.  Scholar,  1655;  B.A.  165&-7;  M.A.  1660.  R.  of 
Addlethorpe,  Lines.,  1662-70.  R.  of  Hagworthingham,  1671- 
1708.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1708.   DoubUess  father  of  the  next. 

DALE,  FRANCIS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  13, 

1687.    S.  of  Francis,  of  Hagsvorthingham,  Lines.    School, 

Lincoln  (Mr  Sam.  Gamstone).   Matric.  1687. 
DALE  or  DALLE,  GEOFFREY.    Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse, 

June  19,  1632.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1632;  Scholar,  1633; 

B.A.  1635-6.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1637. 
DALE,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1627;  B.A. 

1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  V.  of  Dunhohne,  Lines.,  1633-42.  V.  of 

Upton  with  Kexby,  1642. 
DALE,  HENRY.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Mar.  17,  i654-5-    Of 

Lincolnshire.    Matric.  1656;  B.A.  1658-9. 


Dale,  John 

DALE,  JOHN.  Scholar  of  Christ's,  1540-1;  B.A.  1542-3;  M.A. 
1546;  B.D.  1556.  FeUow  of  Queens',  1542-8.  Chaplain  and 
Cross-bearer  of  the  University,  i554-  'Severely  reprimanded 
by  Ormaneto  (whom  see).  Cardinal  Pole's  delegate  to  visit 
the  University,  for  bringing  a  chalice  with  the  Hoste  in  his 
bosom,  instead  of  a  Pyx  with  a  Relick  which  he  had  purposed 
to  present  to  the  University'  (Cole,  Suff.  MSS.).  R.  of  LitUe 
Shelford,  Cambs.,  i557.  Perhaps  R.  of  St  Margaret,  New 
Fish  St,  London,  1556.  R.  of  Wetheringsett,  Sufiolk,  1557; 
did  not  subscribe  to  the  oath  of  allegiance,  1558.  A  recusant 
after  1558;  'not  altogether  unlearned,  but  very  perverse. 
(Stokes,  Chaplains,  86;  Peile,  i.  27;  Cooper,  i.  212.) 

DALE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  16,  1672.  Of 
Warwickshire.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1676-7.  WiU  of  one  of 
these  names,  of  Stillington,  Yorks.,  clerk,  proved  (York)  1717. 

DALE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1722. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Christchurch,  Hants.  Bapt.  there  Aug.  11, 
1709.  Matric.  1723.  Fellow,  1726.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Mar.  11, 1725,  ass.  andh.  of  John,  gent.,of  Chewton, 
Mitton,  Hants.  Secretary  in  Lord  Townshend  s  Office. 
Afterwards  became  insane.  (For  his  dispute  with  the  College, 
see  Hist,  of  King's  College,  181.) 

DALE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  June  29,  1726. 
S.  of  Christopher,  of  Pickhill,  Yorks.  School,  Pickhill. 
Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1729-30.  Perhaps  C.  of  Masham,  Yorks., 
1736;  and  V.  of  Kirby-Hill.  Buried  at  Watlass,  Apr.  28,  1778. 
(J.  Fisher,  Masham,  335.) 

DALE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  25,  1728. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Cheshire.  B.  at  Stockport.  School,  Stock- 
port (Mr  Dale).   Matric.  1728;  M.B.  i734- 

DALE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  i,  1645.  Of 
Suffolk. 

DALE,  RICHARD.   B.Can.L.   V.  of  Barton,  Cambs.,  1457. 

DALE,  RICHARD.  B.Can.L.  1520-1.  V.  of  Swaffham  St 
Cyriac,  Cambs.,  1526. 

DALE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Magdalene,  June  i,  1700. 
S.  of  Edward,  gent.  B.  at  Lusby,  Lines.  School,  Ashby, 
Lines,  (private).  Matric.  1700;  B.A.  1703-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Junes,  1707;  priest, Sept.  19, 1708.  R.  of  Dalderby, 
Lines.,  1709.  C.  of  Lusby.  V.  of  Gt  Stourton,  1720.  V.  of 
Mareham-on-the-Hill. 

DALE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  21, 
1737-8.  S.  of  John,  saddler,  of  Yorks.  B.  at  Beverley. 
School,  Beverley  (Mr  Clarke).  Matric.  1738;  B.A.  1742-3- 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  1742;  priest  (York)  Sept.  22,  1745; 
C.  of  Beeford,  Yorks. 

DALE,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1511-2;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1531-2. 

DALE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  5. 
1729-30.  Of  Whippingham,  Isle  of  Wight.  Matric.  1729-30; 
LL.B.  1734;  LL.D.  1739.  Fellow,  1734-86.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
of  one  of  these  names,  1789;  of  W.  Cowes,  Isle  of  Wight. 

DALE,  ROGER.  Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  29,  1613.  Perhaps 
s.  of  Roger,  Bencher  and  Treasurer  of  the  Inner  Temple; 
adro.  there,  1610.  (Vis.  ofChesh.,  1613;  Vis.  of  London,  1568.) 

DALE,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  15, 
1680.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Sandbach,  Cheshire.  School, 
Sandbach. 

DALE,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1616; 
B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1619-20. 

DALE,  VALENTINE.  LL.D.  1562  (incorp.  from  Orleans).  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1541;  B  C.L.  1545.  Incorp.  D.C.L.  1562  (from 
Orleans).  Fellow  of  All  Souls',  1542.  V.  of  Winterbourne 
Earls,  Wilts.,  1550.  R.  of  Llandyssul,  Cardigan,  1554.  Adm. 
advocate,  Jan.  14,  1553-4.  M.P.  for  Taunton,  1555,  1558, 
1559;  for  Chichester,  1572,  1584,  1586,  1588;  for  Hindon, 
1584.  Master  of  the  Court  of  Requests.  Ambassador  in 
Flanders,  1563.  Deanof  Wells,  1575-89.  Master  of  Sherbum 
Hospital,  Durham,  1585.  Judge  of  the  Court  of  Admiralty, 
1585-9.  Died  Nov.  17,  1589.  Buried  in  St  Gregory  by 
St  Paul,  London.    WiU,  P.C.C.    (Cooper,  n.  62;  D.N. B.) 

DALE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1579.  Bapt. 
at  St  Michael's,  Comhill,  Sept.  29,  1563.  William  Dale  was 
adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  13,  1582,  as  s.  and  h.  of 
George,  merchant,  of  London.  Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Com- 
hill, Dec.  31,  1594.  Will  (P.C.C),  'of  the  Middle  Temple,  and 
Staynes,  Middlesex.' 

DALE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1591.  B.  c. 
1573.  S.  of  Jeffrey,  V.  of  Boughton,  Northants.  (will, 
1593).  Scholar,  1593;  B.A.  1593-4.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Peterb.)  June  16,  1595.  V.  of  Moulton,  Northants.,  1598- 
1607.  R.  of  South  Stoke,  Lines.,  1608-19.  R.  of  Hagworth- 
ingham,  1619.   WiU  proved  (Lincoln)  1638. 

DALE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1627. 
Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  5,  1631.  Probably  R.  of  Hag- 
worthinghamj  Lines.   Will  (Lincoln)  i558. 


Dallison,  Thomas 

DALE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  19, 
1635.  S.  of  Ralph.  B.  at  Dalby,  Lines.  Matric.  1635. 

DALE, .   Com.  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1468-9.   Perhaps 

WiUiam,  V.  of  Barrington,  Cambs. ;  resigned,  1476. 

DALECHAMP,  CALEB.  B.A.  1624;  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1624; 
B.D.  1633.  Had  studied  10  years  at  Cambridge  and  then  at 
Sedan,  before  B.A.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1627.  V.  of  Ingham, 
Lines.,  1632.   R.  of  South  Ferriby,  1634.  Father  of  the  next. 

DALECHAMP  or  DE  LA  CHAMP,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age 
20)  at  St  John's,  June  4,  1662.  S.  of  Caleb,  above,  clerk, 
deceased,  of  Ingham,  Lines.  B.  there.  School,  St  Paul's, 
London.  Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1669.  Signs  for 
deacon's  orders  (London)  June  9,  1666.  C.  of  Little  Samp- 
ford,  Essex.  Signs  for  priest's  orders,  Mar.  i,  1666-7.  C.  to 
Dr  Peter  Du  Moulin.  Buried  in  Canterbury  Cathedral 
Cloisters,  Jan.  11,  1678-9- 

DALENDAR,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  27, 
1617.  S.  of  Sir  WiUiam,  Knt.,  of  Buckland,  Surrey.  Schools, 
Croydon,  'Kent'  (Mr  Davie)  and  Charlwood,  Surrey  (Mr 
Bristow).  Matric.  1617;  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1627. 
R.  of  Headley,  Surrey,  tiU  sequestered,  1645.  Will  of  Henry 
DaUender  (Chichester)  1661;  of  Wisborough  Green,  Sussex, 
minister.  Brother  of  the  next.  (Vetm,  i.  236;  Vis.  of  Surrey.) 

DALENDER,  RODOLPH.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Caius, 
July  5,  1613.  S.  of  WiUiam,  Esq.,  of  Buckland,  Surrey. 
Matric.  1614.  Lord  of  the  manor  of  Buckland.  Brother  of 
Henry  (above).   (Venn,  1.  222;  Vis,  of  Surrey.) 

DALGARNO,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  I,  1698.  S.  of  Arthur,  clerk  (preb.  of  York).  B.  at 
Etton,  near  Beverley,  Yorks.  School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert). 
Matric.  1698;  B.A.  1701-2.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  1706. 
V.  of  Lund,  Yorks.,  1706-17.  Died  1717- 

D'ALGRE,  Sir  GASPARD,  Count  of  Beauvoir,  Baron  of  Vivroux. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  Aug.  24,  1624,  as  'M.A.  of  Cambridge, 
Captain  of  50  chevaliers  in  attendance  on  the  King  of  France. 
(Al.  Oxon.;  Fasti,  i.  418.) 

DALIELL,  ROBERT.  Incorp.  M.A.  1663,  from  Edinburgh  (M.A. 
there,  1640).  Master  of  Dedham  School,  Essex,  in  1663.  R. 
of  Stratford  St  Mary,  Suffolk,  1663-77- 

DALKEITH,  Earl  of.  LL.D.  1749;  see  Scott,  Francis. 

DALL, .   B.Civ.L.  i473- 

DALLAND,  SIMON.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1584; 
B.A.  from  Jesus,  1587-8,  as  DoUond. 

DALLAWAY,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Oct.  17,  1747. 
B.  at  Birmingham.  Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1752. 

DALLING,  SIMON.  FeUow  of  Trinity  Hall.  Ord.  sub-deacon 
(Norwich)  Dec.  21,  1419;  priest,  Dec.  19,  1422.  R.  of  AU 
Saints',  Warham,  Norfolk.  Master  of  Trinity  HaU,  1443-53; 
under  whom  the  coUege  greatly  increased.   (Coll.  Hist.,  63.) 

DALLING,  WILLIAM.  B.Can.L.  1460-1;  D.Can.L.  1472. 
Master  of  Trinity  Hall,  1471-1500.  Benefactor  to  the 
CoUege.  R.  of  HolyweU,  Hunts.,  1461-1500.  R.  of  St 
Andrew's,  Huntingdon,  1474-  R-  of  Over,  Cambs.,  1500. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1500;  described  as  of  Over,  Cambs.  (Coll.  Hist, 
of  Trinity  Hall;  Warren.) 

DALLINGTON,  ROBERT.  Scholar  at  Corpus  Christi,  c.  I575- 
80.  B.  at  Geddington,  Northants.,  1561.  Schoolmaster  in 
Norfolk.  Afterwards  travelled  in  France  and  Italy.  There  is 
no  record  of  his  graduation  as  M.A.  at  Cambridge,  but  he 
was  incorporated  at  Oxford  as  such,  Apr.  6, 1601.  Gentleman 
of  the  Privy  chamber  to  Prince  Charles.  Master  of  the 
Charter  House,  1624-37.  Knighted,  Dec.  30,  1624.  Author, 
Aphorisms  Civil  and  Military.  Died  1637.  Buried  m  the 
Charter  House.  Benefactor  to  Geddington.  WiU  (P.C.C.) 
1638.   (Masters;  D.N.B.) 

DALLION, ,  see  DAILLONIUS. 

DALLISON,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1559. 

DALISON,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  King's,  Lent,  1544-5- 

DALLISON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1637. 

DALLISON,  ROGER.  B.A.  1519-20;  M.A.  from  St  John's, 
1523;  B.D.  1531-2;  D.D.  1535-  FeUow  of  St  John's,  1523. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  7,  1529-30.  V.  of  Ravensthorpe, 
Northants.,  1531-4.  V.  of  Standon,  Herts.,  1537.  Dean  of 
Thornton.  Lines.  Preb.  and  Precentor  of  Lincoln,  1554-66. 
Died,  July  24,  1566.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1566.  (Cooper,  1.  243.) 

DALISON,  ROGER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1533; 
B.A.  1537-8; M.A.  1541- 

DALYSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  19)  at  Trinity, 
May  18  1704.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Hampton,  Kent.  School, 
Enfield,  Middlesex  (Mr  Uvedale).  Probably  M.A.  1705  (Com. 
Reg.).  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  12,  1701-2.  Of 
Manton,  Lines.,  and  Hampton,  Kent,  Esq.  Died  at  Plaxtol, 
Kent,  Aug.  4, 1741.  Father  of  the  next,  and  of  WUliam  (1748). 
(Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Vis.  of  Sussex;  G.  Mag.) 


Dallison,  Thomas 

DALYSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  18, 
1750.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.  (above),  of  Middlesex.  B.  in 
London.  School,  Tonbridge.  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  i755.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25 ;  priest,  Dec.  18,  I757.  R.  of  Manton, 
Lines.,  1757-92.  P.C.  of  Plaxtol,  Kent,  1768-91.  Died  1792- 
WiU,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  William  (1748)-  {Scott-Mayor,  ni. 
603.) 
DALLISON,  WILLIAM.  Studied  in  Cambridge.  S.  of  William, 
of  Laughton,  Lines.  Perhaps  of  King's  Hall,  I532-43' 
Afterwards  of  Gray's  Inn,  1535.  Barrister,  1537.  Reader, 
1548.  Serjeant-at-law,  1552.  M.P.  for  Co.  Lmcohi,  15.53- 
JusUce  K.B.,  1556.  Knighted.  Died  Jan.  18, 1558-9.  Buned 
in  Lincoln  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  {Cooper,  I.  191;  D.N.B.; 
Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 
DALYSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  John's,  Jan.  23, 
1748-9.  S.  of  Thomas  (1704).  B.  in  London.  School,  Ton- 
bridge.  Matric.  1748-9.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Feb.  5, 
1750-1,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  late  of  West  Peckham,  Kent, 
Esq.  Colonel  of  the  West  Kent  Militia.  Died  Jan.  11,  1809, 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1750).  {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  584.) 

DALYSON, .   B.Civ.L.  or  B.Can.L.  150CH-1. 

DALLOCK,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1579; 
B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.   Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  3,  1587. 
DALLY  or  DALLAY,  HENRY.   Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Aug.  12, 

1647.   Matric.  1647-8;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655- 
DALLYS,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1565. 
DALRYMPLE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Oct.  20,  1746.  John,  4th  Bart.,  of  Consland  and  Cranstoun. 
Eldest  s.  of  Sir  William.  B.  1726.  Advocate  at  the  Scottish 
Bar,  1748.  Solicitor  to  the  Board  of  Excise.  Succeeded  as 
Bart.,  1771.  Baron  of  the  Court  of  Exchequer,  177&-1807. 
Took  the  name  Dalrymple-Hamilton-Macgill.  Author, 
Historical,  etc.  Died  Feb.  26,  1810.  (D.N.B  ;  G.E.C.) 
DALSTON,  FRANCIS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter, 

1603. 
DALSTON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  c.  1596, 
as  Dolston.  Of  Cumberland.  S.  of  Sir  John,  of  Dalston,  Knt. 
Knighted,  June  26,  1607.  M.P.  for  Cumberland,  1620,  1624, 
1628,  1640-3.  Royalist.  During  the  siege  of  Carlisle  forced 
to  retire  before  General  Lesley.  Died  Sept.  1657.  His  funeral 
sermon  was  preached  at  Dalston,  by  Jeremy  Taylor.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1657.  Father  of  William  ( 1 631).  (Vis.  of  Cumberland; 
G.E.C;  G.  B.  Routledge;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 
DALSTONE,  JOHN.    Matric.   pens,   from  St   John's,  Michs. 

1580. 
DALSTONE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1603; 

B.A.  1606-7. 
DALSTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1570. 
DALSTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
July  6,  1631.  S.  of  Sir  George  (1596),  Knt.,  of  Dalston  Hall, 
Cumberland.  B.  at  Smardale  in  Kirkby  Stephen,  Westmor- 
land. Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Dec.  7, 1631.  Of  Dalston,  Cumber- 
land, Knt.    M.P.  for  Carlisle,  Apr.  to  May,  1640;  and  Nov. 
1640,    Created  Bart.,   Feb.    15,    1640-1.     Knighted,   1641. 
Colonel  of  Horse  in  the  King's  Army.  Royalist.  Died  Jan.  13, 
1683.   {G.E.C.) 
DALTON,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  6, 
1730-1.   S.  of  Darcy  (next),  R.  of  Aston,  near  Rotherham, 
Yorks.     B.    there.     School,    Westminster.     Matric.    1731; 
Scholar,  1733;  B.A.  1734-5;  M.A.  1739-    R-  of  Hauxwell, 
Yorks.,  1737-88.    Succeeded  to  the  Hauxwell  estate,  1747. 
. .         Died,  at  the  Hall,  Dec.  22,  1788.  Buried  at  Hauxwell.  M.I. 
J  Brother  of  D'arcy  (1720).   {Peile,  u.  223.) 

DALTON,  DARCY.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  20, 
1688.  S.  of  Sir  William,  of  Hauxwell,  Yorks.,  Knt.  B.  there. 
School,  Bury  St  Edmunds.  Matric.  1688;  B.A.  1691-2;  M.A. 
1695.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  1693;  priest  (Peterb.)  June  3, 
j  1694.    V.  of  Lissiagton,  Lines.,  1697.    R.  of  Binbrooke  St 

Mary,  1699-1704.    R.  of  Hauxwell,  Yorks.,  1703-11.    Preb. 
(  of  Ripon,  1705-13.   R.  of  Aston,  Yorks.,  1712-34.    Preb.  of 

SYork,  1713-34.  Died  Mar.  27,  1734-  Buried  at  Aston.  M.I. 
Father  of  the  above  and  next.   {Peile,  11.  io8;  F.M.G.) 

DALTON,  D'ARCY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  June  7,  1720. 
Eldest  s.  of  Darcy  (above),  R.  of  Cold  Aston,  Yorks.  School, 
Beighton,  Derbs.  (Mr  Drake).  Matric.  1720;  Scholar,  1721; 
B.A.  1724-5.  Died  unmarried.  Buried  at  Hauxwell,  1746. 
Brother  of  Charles  (1730).  {WhUaker,  i.  328;  Peile,  11. 
198.) 

DALTON,  EDWARD.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1606-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Nov.  1608;  priest,  Sept.  1609.  V.  of  Foston,  Yorks., 
1609.  Cooper  (ill.  15)  makes  him  a  younger  half-brother 
of  Oliver  (1607);  but  the  latter  was  bapt.  at  Wratting,  July  5, 
1609. 


Dalton,  Richard 

DALTON,  FRANCIS.  Matric  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1570. 
S.  of  Roger,  of  Kirby  Misperton,  Yorks.,  Esq.  B.  there,  c. 
1550.  Scholar,  1573;  B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  1577;  B.D.  1586. 
Fellow,  1576.  University  preacher.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1586. 
Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  30,  1583.  V.  of 
Trumpington,  Cambs.,  1584-6.  R.  of  Houghton,  Hunts., 
1586-8.  R.  of  Slaidbum,  Yorks.,  1588-91.  R.  of  St  Dionis 
Backchurch,  London,  1591-6.  V.  of  Tilmanstone,  Kent, 
1597-9.  R.  of  Calverton,  Bucks.,  1600-4.  R-  of  Hope  All 
Saints,  Kent,  1606-8.  Died  1608.  {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1564.) 
DALTON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1584; 

B.A.  1588-9. 
DALTON,   ISAAC.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,   Apr.   24,   1674. 

Matric.  1674;  Scholar,  1676;  B.A.  1677-8. 
DALTON,  JEREMY.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1627.   Of  Hertfordshire.   B.A.  1632-3. 
DALTON,  J.   Fee  for  B.A.  1468-9;  M.A.  Of  Ely  diocese.   Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  29,  1479-80;  title,  St  Radegund's, 
Cambridge. 
DALTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1586; 
B.A.  1571-2,  as  Dawlton.    Perhaps  R.  of  Pudding-Norton, 
Norfolk,  1576.   C.  at  Roydon,  1582. 
DALTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  12, 1622-3. 
S.  of  Edmund,  yeoman,  of  Ipswich.  School,  Ipswich.  Matric. 
1623;   Scholar,    1626-30;   B.A.    1626-7;   M.A.   1630.    Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  June  5;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1631.    Probably 
R.    of    Depden,    Suffolk.     V.   of    Gt    Abington,   Cambs., 
1633-43.   Minister  at  Walthamstow,  1647-8.   Perhaps  V.  of 
Aylesbury,  1665-88.   Father  of  Nathaniel  (1660).   {Venn,  1. 
261;  East  Anglian,  1.  414;  Al.  Oxon.) 
DALTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  14,  1626-7. 

Matric.  sizar,  Lent,  1626-7;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634. 
DALTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Michs.  1642.  S.  of 
Corleby(?),  of  Richmond,  gent.  Migrated  to  Magdalene, 
Dec.  22,  1648,  age  20.  B.A.  1648-9;  M.A.  from  St  John's, 
1652.  Fellow  of  Magdalene.  Intruded  fellow  of  St  John's, 
Dec.  19,  1650.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Aylesbury,  Bucks., 
1665-88,  but  see  above. 
DALTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  4, 
1672-3.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Eastham,  Cheshire.  B.  there. 
School,  Chester.   Matric,  1672,  as  'Dutton.' 

DALTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  23, 
1681.  S.  of  Thomas  (1625),  D.D.,  preb.  of  Durham.  B.  there. 
School,  Durham.  Matric.  1681.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
May  6,  1684. 

DALTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  July  1, 
1724.  S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Nottinghamshire.  B.  at 
South  Scarle.  School,  Newark  (Mr  Warburton).  Matric. 
1724;  B.A.  1727-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  17,  1727-8; 
priest,  Sept.  21,  1729.  V.  of  South  Scarle,  Notts.,  1730-69. 
R.  of  North  Scarle,  1742-69.    {Scott-Mayor,  in.  374-) 

DALTON,  MARMADUKE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
May  24,  1654.  S.  of  John,  of  Hauxwell,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Bedale  (Mr  Rawlin).  Matric.  1654,  as  'Bolton.' 
Died  without  issue.  Will  proved,  1695.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1650)  and  William  (1647)-  {Peile,  l.  563;  F.M.G. .  913;  Vis. 
of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

DALTON,  MARMADUKE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
16,  1672.  S.  of  Su-  William  (1647),  of  Hauxwell,  Yorks.,  Knt. 
B.'there.  School,  Bury  St  Edmunds.  Matric.  1672.  Succeeded 
his  father,  1675.  Knighted,  Nov.  2,  1676.  Drowned  at 
Dalton  Bridge,  Feb.  19,  1680;  buried  at  Hauxwell.  M.I. 
{Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  Peile,  11.  42;  F.M.G.) 

DALTON,  MICHAEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1579- 
80.  Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Hildersham,  Cambs.  Adm. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  from  Fumival's  Inn,  Nov.  25,  1581.  Of 
West  Wratting,  Cambs.  J. P.  for  Cambs.,  and  commissioner 
for  sequestrations,  1648.  Author,  The  Country  Justice,  1618, 
etc.  Died  c.  1650.  Father  of  Thomas  (1610)  and  Oliver. 
(D.N.B.) 

DALTON,  NATHANIEL.  Scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  1660.  S.  of 
John  (1622-3),  clerk.  B.  at  Abington,  Cambs.,  Aug.  16,  1641. 
School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  pens.  Michs.  1660;  LL.B. 
1665.  Signs  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  Dec.  16,  1664;  but 
canceUed.  R.  of  Cucklington,  Somerset,  1674-1706.  R.  of 
Holton,  Lines.,  1681-1706.  Died  1708.  (East  Anglian,  1. 
414-) 

DALTON,  OLIVER.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  1607.  S.  of  Michael  (above),  of  West  Wratting 
Cambs.,  Esq.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  24,  1609-10.  Died 
Jan.  19,  1618-9.  M.I.  at  Little  Abington.  Brother  of 
Thomas  (1610).     (Vis.  of  Cambs.,  i6ig.) 

DALTON,  RICHARD.   B.A.  1520-1. 

DALTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  FcU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Sept.  9, 
1595.    Of  Lancashire. 


Dalton,  Richard 

DALTON,  RICHARD.    M.A.  1682  {Com.  Reg.).    One  of  these 
names,  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Abington,  Cambs.,  deceased; 
adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  5,  1656. 
DAWLTON,  RO.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1545. 
DALTON,  ROBERT.    Incorp.  M.A.  1661,  from  Queen's  CoUege, 
Oxford.     Matric.    there.   Mar.    17,    1653-4;   B.A.    (Oxford) 
1657-8;  M.A.  1660.   Fellow  of  Queen's  College,  1660.   R.  of 
Oaksey,  Wilts.,  1670.    (Al.  Oxon.) 
DALTON,  ROGER.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1570. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  8,  I573-+-  Of  Yorkshire. 
One  of  these  names  M.P.  for  Lancaster,  1588;  for  Scar- 
borough, 1593. 
DALTON,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  i, 
1672.   S.  of  John.   B.  at  Nottingham.   School,  Mackworth, 
Derbs.  (private;  Mr  Ogden).    Probably  adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  1674.    Of  Derby,  gent. 
DALTON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1448.    Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  24,  1458-9;  M-A.;  M.D.    'A 
celebrated  physician.'    (Harwood.) 
DALTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Jan.  1601-2.  B.  at 

Wratting,  Cambs.  Matric.  1601.  Probably  LL.B.  1611-2. 
DALTON,  THOMAS.  FeU.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  1610-9.  S.  of 
Michael  (1579-80).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  27,  1616. 
Of  Little  Abington,  Cambs.  Brother  of  Oliver  (1607). 
(T.  A.  Walker.) 
DALTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1625 ; 
Scholar,  1627;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632;  B.D.  1639;  D.D.  1661 
(Lit.  Reg.).  R.  of  Dalham,  Suffolk,  1633.  R.  of  Redgrave, 
1661.  Perhaps  R.  of  Barwick-in-Elmet,  Yorks.,  1661-72. 
Preb.  of  Durham,  1660-72.  Died  1672.  Father  of  John 
(1681). 
DALTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  11, 
1650.  S.  of  John,  of  Hauxwell,  Yorks.  B.  at  Caley  Hall, 
near  Otley,  Yorks.  School,  York.  Matric.  1650.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  May  17,  1650;  and  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  23, 
1650.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Marm.  Wyvill,  of  Burton 
Constable,  Knt.  Of  York,  and  afterwards  of  Bedale,  Esq, 
Will  (York)  1710.  Brother  of  William  (1647)  and  Marmaduke 
(1654).  (Peile,  I.  534;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  Whitaker,  i.  328.) 
DALTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1706.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1710-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Sept.  20,  1713;  priest  (Norwich)  Oct.  28,  1715.  R.  of  Crost- 
wight,  Norfolk,  1715-24.  R.  of  Whinburgh.  R.  of  Thuxton, 
1728-42.  R.  of  Reymerston,  1728-42. 
DALTON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 

July  29,  1717.  S.  of ,  of  Bury,  Suffolk.  School,  Bishop's 

Stortford,  Herts.  (Dr  Tooke). 
DALTON,  TIMOTHY.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1610, 
as  'Dolson.'  B.  c.  1588.   B.A.  1613-4.   Ord.  priest,  June  19, 
1614.    V.  of  Woolverstone,  Sufifolk,  1615-36:  suspended  by 
Bishop  Wren.  R.  of  Flowton,  1616-24.  Went  to  New  England, 
1636.    At  first  resided  at  Watertown  and  Dedham,  Mass. 
One  of  the  founders  of  Hampton,  N.H.  Minister  there,  1639, 
until  his  death.    Died  there,  Dec.  28,  1661.    (Felt,  397; 
J.  G.  Bartlett.) 
DALTON,  TIRRELL.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Feb.  9, 
1684-5.   S.  of  Tirrell,  of  Fulboum,  Cambs.,  Esq.   B.  there. 
School,  Norwich.   Of  Fulboum,  Esq.  Lord  of  the  manor  of 
Shalford,  Essex.   (Venn,  i.  477.) 
DALTON,   WILLIAM.    University  Bedell,   c.    1460.    (Stokes, 

Bedells,  67.) 
DALTON,  WILLIAM.  A  priest.  B.Can.L.  1519-20. 
DALTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  11, 
1584-5.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  Mayor  of  Hull.  B.  there. 
School,  Hull  (Mr  Margetts).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  11, 
1588.  Recorder  of  Hull.  Attorney-general  to  the  Northern 
court  at  York.  Knighted,  Apr.  28,  1629.  Buried  in  York 
Minster,  Jan.  25,  1649-50.  Will,  York.  (Venn,  1.  123;  Vis. 
of  Yorks.,  1665.) 
DALTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1609;  B.A.  1615-6.  ('Balton,'  in  Grace.)  Probably  ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1616,  as  'B.A.  of  Pembroke'; 
priest,  Mar.  9,  1616-7. 
DALTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
May  7,  1647.  S.  of  John,  of  Hauxwell,  near  Richmond,  Yorks. 
B.  at  Caley  Hall,  near  Otley,  Yorks.  School,  York.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  May  17,  1650.  Knighted,  June  5,  1660.  Of 
Hauxwell.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Sir  Marmaduke 
Wj^vill,  of  Burton  Constable.  Died  Mar.  23,  1675.  Buried 
at  Hauxwell.  M.I.  Father  of  Marmaduke  (1672).  Brother 
of  Thomas  (1650)  and  Marmaduke  (1654).  (Peile,  1.  513; 
F.M.G.,  913;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 
DALTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
29,  1652.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Sutton-in-Holderness, 
Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Pocklington  (Mr  Llewellyn). 
Matric.  1652.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  28,  1652. 


Dan,  William 

DALTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1678.  Of 
Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1679;  B.A.  1682-3;  M-A.  1687.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1682-3;  priest,  June,  1683.  R.  of 
Spixworth,  Norfolk,  1688-1704.  R.  of  St  Edward  and  St 
Julian,  Norwich,  1691-1704.   R.  of  All  Saints',  1691-1704. 

DALTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  15, 
1736-7-  Of  Over  Penn,  Staffs.  Matric.  1737;  B.A.  1740-1; 
M.A.  1744.  Fellow,  1742.  Proctor,  1767.  V.  of  Coton, Cambs., 
1748.    Died  1780.    (G.  Mag.) 

DALTON, .   B.Can.L.  1476-7. 

DALTON, .   B.Civ.L.  1503-4. 

DALTON, ,  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1548. 

DALTON, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  July,  1603. 

DALTON, .   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1656. 

DAMASON  or  DAMERON,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1525-6. 

DAMAT, .  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1608. 

DAME, .   B.Can.L.  1485-6. 

DAMIAN,  HENRY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1459;  B.A.  1463-4;  M.A.  1467.  Died  at  Canterbury',  'much 
esteemed  for  his  piety  and  worth.'   (Harwood.) 

DAMLET,  HUGH.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  as  B.A.  1426.  Proctor, 
1431-2.  Master  of  Pembroke,  1447-50.  R.  of  St  Peter's, 
Comhill,  London,  1447-76.  Referred  to  as  'Master  Hugh 
Damelet,  D.D.'  in  will  of  John  Dun,  mercer,  of  London 
(P.C.C,  1478).  One  of  the  framers  of  the  statutes  of  Queens' 
CoUege.  Died  May  17, 1476.  WiU  (Commis.  C.  London)  1476. 
Bequests  to  Queens'  and  Pembroke.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DAMMANT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  29,  1738.  S.  of  WiUiam,  surgeon.  B.  at  Colchester. 
Schools,  Colchester  (Mr  Smythies)  and  Bury,  Suffolk. 
Matric.  1738;  B.A.  1741-2.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  9, 

1745;  C.  of  Kempston,  Beds.;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1753. 

DAMME, .   B.A.  1474-5- 

DAMMER  or  DAMER,   EDWARD.    Adm.   sizar   (age   18)   at 

Christ's,  July  1, 1650.  S.  of  John  (Damonyor  Damer).  B.  at 

Godmanstone,     Dorset.      School,     Bridport     (Mr     HaUet). 

Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653.  R.  of  Wyke  Regis,  Dorset,  1658-62. 

Chaplain  to  Jersey  Garrison;  ejected,  1660.    Afterwards  at 

Dorchester,  preaching  occasionally.  Steward  to  DenzU,  Lord 

HoUes.   (Peile,  i.  538;  Hutchins,  Dorset,  11.  856,  and  iv.  387.) 
DAMORY,  NICHOLAS.   One  of  the  earliest  '  King's  scholars'  at 

Cambridge,  Apr.  14,  1318.    (He  and  his  brothers  seem  also 

called  'Pour';  Trin.  Coll.  Admissiotis,  i.  83.) 
DAMORY,  RICHARD.  'King's scholar,' Apr.  14,  1318.  Perhaps 

the  nephew  of  Baron  Roger  D'Amorie,  Knt.   Summoned  to 

Parliament  in  1326.  Died  1330.  (li\co\a.%,  Peerage  of  England.) 
DAMORY,  WILLIAM.   'King's  scholar,'  Apr.  14,  1318. 
DAMPIER,  THOMAS.    .Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1731.    S.  of  WiUiam.    B.  at  Blackford,  Somerset.    Matric. 

1732;  B.A.  1735-6;  M.A.  1741;  D.D.  1755.    Fellow,  1735. 

Under-Master  at  Eton,  1745.    Preb.  of  Canterbury,  1765-9. 

FeUow  of  Eton  CoUege,  1767.   Canon  of  Windsor,  1769-74. 

Preb.  of  Durham,   1771-3.    Master  of  Sherbum  Hospital, 

1773-4;  resigned  in  favour  of  his  son  Thomas.    Dean  of 

Durham,  1774.   Died  at  Bath,  July  31,  1777.   Buried  there. 

WUl,  P.C.C.   (Harwood,  95;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

DAMPORT,  see  also  DAVENPORT. 
DAMPORT,  CHRISTOPHER.   B.A.  151 1-2. 

DAMPORT  or  DAVENPORT,  EDMUND.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16) 
at  Caius,  May  15,  1612.  S.  of  Robert,  Esq.,  of  Manby,  Lines.  1 
School,  Roxby  (Mr  Welby).    Matric.  as  FeU.-Com.  1612. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1615. 

DAMPORT,  RICHARD,  see  DANFORD. 

DAMPORT,  SAMPSON    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  ^ 
1625;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  ' 
18,  1631;  priest,  Feb.  26,  1631-2.   V.  of  Thurcaston,  Leics., 
1633- 

DAMPORT,  W.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1561. 

DAN,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1582.      t 
DAN,  JOHN,  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1563-4.  1 

DAN  or  DANN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  17, 
1668.  S.  of  John,  of  Wigston,  Leics.  B.  there.  School, 
Oakham.   Matric.  1668;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  i677- 

DANN,  OLYMPAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1604; 
B.A.  from  Sidney,  1606-7. 

DAN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July  5,  1627; 
B.A.  1629-30. 

DAN  or  DANN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  9, 
1710.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  Matric.  i7io-i;B.A.  1714-5. 


Danby,  Charles 

DANBY,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Caius,  July  2,  1661. 
4th  s.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1626),  Knt.,  of  Famley,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Famley  (Mr  Lovell).  Matric.  1661.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Jan.  29,  1663-4.  Died  1672.  Will  (York)  1672.  (Venn, 
1.  414O 

DANBY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  May  6,  1632. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1632.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Kirkby 
Knowle,  Thirsk,  Yorks.  Of  South  Cave.  Major  in  the  Royal 
army;  surrendered  to  Lord  Fairfax  at  the  taking  of  York, 
1644.   Died  1672.   (A.  Gray.) 

DANBYE,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Michaei,  House,  Easter, 
1545- 

DANBY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1608. 
One  of  these  names  ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  1621.  C.  of  Westacre, 
Norfolk,  in  1635. 

DANBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  23,  1674. 
S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Keighley,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 
Bingley  (Mr  Rawson).  Matric.  1674;  B-A.  1678-9.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Dec.  1679.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1674). 

DANBY,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1623. 
Of  Northamptonshire.  S.  of  John,  alderman,  of  Northamp- 
ton. Matric.  1623.  Migrated  to  Queens',  July,  1626.  B.A. 
1626-7.  Of  Northamptonshire.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of 
W.  Ward,  of  Breafield,  Northants.  Buried,  at  All  Saints', 
Northampton,  May  7,  1644.  Will  (Archd.  Northants.)  1645. 
(H.  I.  Longden.) 

DANBY,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1601; 
B.A.  1605-6.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Dublin)  1626;  of 
Dublin,  clerk. 

DANBIE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1619. 
Will  (York)  1621;  'of  Sleningford,  Yorks.,'  late  student  of 
St  John's;  to  be  buried  at  Bumeston.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DANBY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1626-7.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Christopher,  of  Thorpe 
Perrow  and  Farnley,  Yorks.,  age  2  in  1612.  Succeeded  to  his 
father's  estates  in  1624.  Married  Catherine  Wandesford,  of 
Kirklington,  Yorks.,  1630.  Commissioner  of  the  Peace  for 
the  North  Riding  of  Yorkshire.  High  Sheriff  of  Yorkshire, 
1637-8.  Colonel  in  the  army.  M.P.  for  Richmond,  1640-5. 
Knighted,  1640.  A  staunch  Royalist  and  supporter  of  his 
cousin  and  patron  the  Earl  of  Stafford.  Imprisoned  and 
heavily  fined.  Created  a  Knight  of  the  Royal  Oak,  1660. 
Died  Aug.  5,  1660.  Buried  in  York  Minster.  Father  of 
Charles  (i66i).  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1612;  John  Fisher,  History 
of  Masham.) 

DANBY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  23, 
1674.  S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Keighley,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 
Bingley  (Mr  Rawson).  Matric.  1674;  B-A.  1678-g.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Mar.  1681-2;  priest,  Feb.  1683-4.  V.  of 
Fawsley,  Northants.,  1699-1720.  Perhaps  R.  of  ShaweU, 
Leics.,  1692.  V.  of  Preston-Capes,  Northants.,  1720-3.  Buried 
there,  1723-4.   Brother  of  John  (1674).  (Peile,u.  56;  Baker, 

I.  388.) 

DANBY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Lent, 
1653-4.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  James,  of  City  of 
York,  gent.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  24, 1653.  Called  to  the 
Bar,  1661. 

DANBY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  Aug. 

II,  1730.  Matric.  1730.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Aug.  6, 
1730.  S.  of  Abstrupus,  of  Famley,  Yorks.,  Esq.  Of  Swinton. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Gilbert  Afflick,  Esq.,  of  Dalham  Hall, 
Sussex.  Died  Apr.  8,  1781,  aged  69.  M.I.  at  Masham. 
(J.  Fisher,  Masham,  384.) 

DANCE  or  DANNCE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1617;  B.A.  1619-20.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  11; 
priest,  Sept.  24,  1620. 

DANCE,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1611-2. 

DAND,  EMERY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1558, 
as 'Ed.'  Of  Durham  diocese.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  17, 
1558-9.  R.  of  Oakington,  Cambs.,  1559-64  (deprived). 

DAND,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  May,  1576. 
S.  of  Rowland,  of  Mansfield-Woodhouse,  Notts.  Migrated 
to  Christ's.  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583.  Died  Oct.  28,  1627, 
aged  67.  Father  of  Oliver  (1619).  (Peile,  i.  140;  F.M.G., 
1003.) 

DAND,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  26, 
1651.  Eldest  s.  of  Sir  Roland,  of  Mansfield-Woodhouse, 
Notts.,  Knt.  B.Dec.  3, 1632.  School,  Nottingham  (Mr  Leake). 
Matric.  1651.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  25,  1654.  Of 
Mansfield-Woodhouse,  Esq.   (Peile,  1.  544;  F.M.G.) 

DANDE,  OLIVER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1619. 
Of  Nottinghamshire.  S.  of  Francis  (1576),  of  Mansfield. 
B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627;  B.D.  1634.  FeUow,  1626;  senior 
feUow,  1645.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1628.  R.  of  Warsop,  Notts., 
1647.  Died  May  4,  1661.  Buried  at  Warsop.  (F.M.G. ,  1004; 
Al.  Oxon.) 


Daniel,  James 

DANDE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1614; 
B.A.  1618;  M.A.  1622.  Doubtless  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Mansfield, 
Notts.,  clerk.    Died  at  Dronfield,  Mar.  31,  1669,  aged  71. 

DAND,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  23,  1704-5. 
Of  Leicestershire.  Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1708-9.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  June  19,  1709;  priest  (Lincoln)  May  27,  1711,  as 
Thos.  Raye  Dand.  C.  of  Ason  (?  Ayston,  Rutland).  WiU 
(Leicester)  1732;  of  Sheepy  Magna,  Leics. 

DANDE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1596. 

DAND,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1681;  B.A. 
1684-5.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1695.  V.  of  Sproxton, 
Leics.,  1695-1704.  V.  of  Saltby,  1704-16.  V.  of  Granby, 
Notts.,  1716-20.  V.  of  Howes,  1718.  Died  1720.  Buried  at 
Granby.   (Nichols,  11.  306,  330.) 

DAND,  WILLIAM  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  8,  1703.  S.  of  John,  clerk.  B.  in  London.  School, 
KUworth  (under  his  father),  Leics.  Matric.  1703 ;  B.A.  1707-8. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  19,  1709;  priest.  Mar.  5,  1709-10. 
C.  of  Kibworth  Beauchamp,  1709.   School-master  there. 

DANDY,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1604. 
Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Combes,  Suffolk;  adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Apr.  30,  1605.   (Pedigree  in  Vis.  of  Suff.,  1664.) 

DANDY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  12,  1669. 
Of  Northamptonshire.   Matric.  1669. 

DANDY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  18,  1644-5.  Of 
Suffolk.   Matric.  1645. 

DANDY,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  19,  1683.  Matric. 

1683; B.A.  1686-7. 
DANDYE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1576. 

DANDY  or  DENDY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar. 

21,  1653-4.  Of  Suffolk. 
DANDY, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1626.   Pos- 
sibly Edmund,  s.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  of  Finningley,  Suffolk; 

adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  9,  1626. 
DANE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1633.  S.  of 

John  and  Frances  Dane.   Bapt.  at  Bishop's  Stortford,  Nov. 

20,  1615.   Went  to  New  England,  with  his  parents,  c.  1636. 

Minister  at  Andover,  Mass.,  1648-97.    Died  there  Feb.  17, 

1696-7.   (J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

DANES,  see  DAYNES. 
DANFIELD,  ROBERT.    D.D.  1488. 

DANFORD  or  DAMPORT,  RICHARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney, 

June  23,  1603.   Matric.  1604;  B.A.  1606-7;  M.A.  1610;  B.D. 

1617.   FeUow.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19;  priest,  Sept. 

20,  1613.   R.  of  Stowlangtoft,  Suffolk,  1625-31,  as  Damport. 

R.  of  FeltweU,  Norfolk,  1630;  ejected,  but  reinstated,  1660. 

Will  proved  Oct.  11,  1666.   (E.  Anglian,  i.  75,  82.) 
DANIEL,  BRIAN.   FeUow  of  Queens',  1484-6. 
DANIEL,  CHARLES.   Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Aug.  4,  1655.   S.  of 

Edward,  of  Yorkshire,  of  the  Merchant  Adventurers'  Com- 
pany. B.  at  Dantzig.  School,  Thome.  Matric.  1655.  Readm. 

as  FeU.-Com.  Oct.  24,  1655;  LL.B.  1660.    Perhaps  adm.  at 

Leyden,  Dec.  13,  i66o.  (Venn,  1.  392.) 
DANIEL,  EDWARD.   B.A.  1516-7;  M.A.  1520. 
DANIEL,   EDWARD.    Adm.   at  Corpus   Christi,    1704.    Of 

London.    Matric.  1704.    Migrated  to  Christ's,  1706.    B.A. 

1707-8. 
DANIELL,  FRANCIS.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1601; 

B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1609; 

schoolmaster  and  curate  at  Saxton,  Yorks.    Ord.  priest. 

Mar.  1611-2.  Licensed  to  preach,  1612. 
DANIELL,  GEORGE.    Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  June,  1599.    Of 

Sussex.    B.A.    1599-1600;   M.A.   1603.    Ord.   deacon  (Col- 
chester) June  21;  priest,  June  28,  1601.    V.  of  Bromham. 

Beds.,    1605-8.     V.   of  Stevington,    1608.     Perhaps   R.   of 

Irthlingborough,  Northants.,  1601-61. 
DANIEL,  HENRY.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1576; 

B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.   Probably  V. 

of  Blockley,  Worcs.,  1586-1627. 
DANYELL,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1584. 
DANIELL,  INGLEBY.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  11, 

1588.    S.  and  h.  of  WiUiam,  Esq.    B.  at  Beswick,  Yorks. 

School,  Beswick.    Matric.   1588.    Knighted,  July  23,  1603. 

Of  Beswick,  Yorks.    Died  c.  Jan.   1645-6.    (Venn,  i.  134; 

Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1584.) 
DANYELL,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Sept.  17, 

1622.    S.  of  John,  brewer,  of  Norwich.    School,  Norwich. 

Matric.  1623;  Scholar,  1624-31;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.   1630. 

FeUow,  1631-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1632.  Died 

in  College,  of  the  plague.  Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Cambridge, 

Oct.  27,  1636.    (Venn,  i.  259.) 


Daniel,  James 

DANIEL,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1710.  Matric. 
1711. 

DANIELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1569. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Mar.  21,  1570-1;  as 
s.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  Esq.,  of  Mining  Beynerds,  Essex  (?  in 
Messing  parish:  see  Morant,  11.  176.  If  so,  he  inherited  the 
estate,  and  died  Dec.  15,  1596). 

DANIELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Caius,  Easter,  1583. 

DANIEL,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1592.  One  of 
these  names,  of  KUnwick,  Yorks.,  adm,  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb. 
II,  1594-5. 

DANIEL,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  4,  1677. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Hartshorne,  Derbs.  School,  Repton. 
Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1680-1.  V.  of  CroxaU,  Derbs.,  1690- 
1728.  Father  of  Thomas  (1717)  and  brother  of  Samuel  (1674). 
(Peile,  II.  63.) 

DANIEL  or  DONELLAN,  NEHEMIAH.  Matric.  sizar  from 
King's,  Lent,  1579-80.  B.  in  Galway.  B.A.  from  St  Cath- 
arine's, 1581-2.  Returned  to  Ireland,  and  acted  as  Coadjutor 
to  the  Archbishop  of  Tuam;  whom  he  succeeded  as  Arch- 
bishop, Aug.  17,  1595;  resigned,  1609;  died  soon  after.  A 
skiUed  Irish  scholar.  (Cooper,  in.  15;  D.N.B.;  under 
Donellan.) 

DANIELL,  PETER,  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  8, 
1626.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Peter,  of  Tabley,  Cheshire,  Esq.; 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  9,  1626.  Age  3  in  1613.  (Vis.  of 
Chesh.,  1613.) 

DANIELL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1568;  B.A.  1572-3- 

DANIELL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1587.  Of  Cheshire.  Perhaps  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Tabley. 
Died  1605.   (Genealogist,  N.S.,  xxxji.) 

DANIELL,  RICHARD.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1596-7;  M.A.  1600. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Radclive  with  Chackmore,  Bucks.,  1603.  But 
see  a  contemporary  in  A  I.  Oxon. 

DANIEL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  1, 
1717.  S.  of  John,  grocer  (apothecary),  of  Colchester.  B.  at 
Colchester.  Schools,  Felsted  and  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1717; 
M.B.  1723.  Practised  physic  at  Colchester.  Died  1772.  Will, 
P.C.C.    (Scott-Mayor,  in.  314.) 

DANIELL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  25,  1649. 
Of  London.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  Robert,  merchant,  of 
London.   B.  1631. 

DANIEL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1654.  Of  Norwich.  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  May  18;  priest.  May  23,  1696.  One  of  these  names 
R.  of  Hawkinge,  Kent,  1696-1713.  Died  1713.  (Vis.  of 
London,  1634.) 

DANIEL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Oct.  i,  1706,  from 
Corpus  Christi  (according  to  Peile,  11.  165 ;  probably  a  mistake 
for  Edward). 

DANIELL,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1566.  B.  at  Colchester.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Jan.  6, 1573-4, 
age  25;  of  Thorpe,  Essex  (?  Curate). 

DANIELL,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  22,  1666. 
Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1672-3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1674; 
priest,  Sept.  1675. 

DANIELL,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  23,  1673-4. 
B.  1656.  Matric,  1674.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  26, 
1674;  as  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Over  Tabley,  Cheshire.  Of 
Over  Tabley.  Knighted,  Feb.  21,  1708-9.  Died  Dec.  24, 
1726.   M.I.  at  Over  Tabley.   (Ormerod,  i.  341.) 

DANIEL,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  July  i, 
1674.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Hartshorne,  Derbs.  School,  Repton. 
Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  1683.  Ord.  deacon  (Lich- 
field) Sept.  1678;  priest  (Lincoln)  June,  1680.  V.  of  Rothley, 
Leics.,  1691-1734.  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Burlington.  R.  of 
Cossington,  1704.  Died  Oct.  30,  1735.  Buried  at  Rothley. 
M.l.    Brother  of  John  (1677).   (Peile,  11.  54.) 

DANIELL,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1625. 

DANIEL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  13,  1646.  Of 
London.  Matric.  1646;  Scholar,  1649;  B.A,  1650-1.  Perhaps 
s.  and  h.  of  Roger,  of  London,  gent.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Dec.  31,  1650. 

DANIELL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  1 7)  at  St  John's,  July  2 1 , 
1654.  S.  of  Richard,  druggist,  of  Colchester.  B.  there.  School, 
St  Paul's,  London.  Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662. 
Signs  for  deacon's  and  priest's  orders  (London)  June  4,  1664. 
V.  of  St  Pancras,  Kentish  Town,  London,  1664.  V.  of 
Bengeo,  Herts.,  1668.  R.  of  St  Andrew's,  Hertford, 
1675. 


Danny,  Robert 

DANIEL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
25,  1717.  S.  of  John  (1677),  V.  of  Croxall,  Derbs. 
School,  Loughborough  (Mr  Martin).  Scholar,  1719;  B.A. 
1720-1;  M.A.  1724.  Ord.  priest  (Lichfield)  June,  1723. 
Master  of  Abbot's  Bromley  School,  Stafis.,  1734.  P.C.  of 
Stowe,  Staffs.,  1724.    (Peile,  11.  192.) 

DANIEL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1545.   Left  in  1548. 

DANIELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1572;  B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Fellow,  1578.  R.  of  Spring- 
field Richards,  Essex,  1582-1604.  R.  of  Runwell,  1587- 
1604.   Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1604;  of  Springfield. 

DANIEL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1586;  Scholar,  on  founder's  nomination;  B.A.  1589-90;  M.A. 
1593- 

DANIELL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  11, 
1588.  S.  of  WUliam,  Esq.  B.  at  Beswick,  Yorks.  School, 
Beswick  (Mr  Todd).  Matric.  1588;  B.A.  (71594-5);  M.A. 
1598.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  5,  1594,  from  Staple 
Inn;  s.  of  William,  of  Kilnwick,  Yorks.  Died  without  issue. 
(Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1584;  Venn,  i.  134.) 

DANIELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  c.  1595;  B.A. 
1598-9;  M.A.  1603.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  7;  priest, 
Sept.  14, 1600.  R.  of  Beaumont,  Essex,  1603.  R.  of  Markshall 
till  1642.   Died  1642. 

DANIELL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  29,  1653. 
S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Flitton,  Beds.  Bapt.  there,  Mar.  26, 
1635.  Schools,  Hitchin  (Mr  Jos.  Kempe)  and  Cambridge 
(Mr  Moore).  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  12,  1652;  as  s.  of 
Thomas,  of  Silsoe,  Beds. 

Of  St  Mary  Hostel.  Fee  for  B.A.  1456-7. 

Resident  graduate  at  Corpus  Christi,  1480. 
B.Civ.L.  1497-8. 
B.A.  1498-9. 

Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Easter,  1564. 

Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Queens',  c.  1591. 

DANKES,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Peterhouse, 
July  4,  1656.  Of  Cambridge.  Doubtless  s.  of  John,  cook  of 
Peterhouse.  Matric.  1657;  Scholar;  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A.  from 
Jesus,  1664.  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1663-70.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Mar.  1663-4;  priest,  Mar.  1665-6.  P.C.  of  St  Giles',  Cambridge, 
1666-70.  V.  of  Elm  and  Emneth,  Cambs.,  1676-98.  Buried 
at  Emneth,  Sept.  17,  1698.   Brother  of  the  next. 

DANKES,  THEOPHILUS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  6,  1662-3. 
Of  Cambridge.  S.  of  John,  cook  of  Peterhouse.  Matric.  1663; 
B.A.  1666-7.  Buried  at  Little  St  Mary's,  Cambridge,  Dec.  26, 
1666.  Brother  of  Charles  (above). 

DANN,  see  DAN. 

DANNACKE,  NICHOLAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1575- 
DANNET,  GER.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1548. 

Probably  Gerard   Dannett,  s.   of  John,   of  Leicestershire. 

Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1556.   (Vis.  of  Leics.,  1619.) 

DANNETT  or  DONAT,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1605.  Matric.  1606;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613. 
Fellow,  till  1614.   V.  of  Newington,  Kent,  1613-?  26. 

DANNET,  THOMAS.  Incorp.  D.D.  1479-80.  Chaplain  of  the 
King.  Principal  of  Alban  Hall,  Oxford,  1468-83.  Canon  of 
Windsor,  1472.  Dean,  1481.  Died  Sept.  18,  1483.  Buried  at 
Windsor, 

DANNET,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1548. 
DANNET,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1548.  Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  Leicestershire,  and  brother  of 

Gerard.     Perhaps    the   translator   of   Comines,   and   other 

historical  works.   (See  D.N.B.) 

DANNET,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  King's,  Easter,  1574. 

DANNETT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Pembroke, 
Oct.  10,  1633.  Eldests.  of  John,  of  Peterborough,  Northants., 
Esq.  (and  Margaret,  dau.  of  Thomas  Dove,  Bishop  of  Peter- 
borough). Bapt.  at  St  John's,  Peterborough,  Aug.  5,  1619. 
Matric.  1633.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 

DANNOTT,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1609. 

DANNY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1695.  Of 
Norwich.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Barrow  by  Mattishall,  Norfolk. 
Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699-1700;  M.A.  1703;  B.D.  1711;  D.D. 
1717.  Fellow,  1702-13.  Junior  Proctor,  1708-9.  Chaplain 
to  the  Duke  of  Somerset,  Chancellor  of  the  University.  Ord. 
priest  (Ely)  June  19,  1709.  R.  of  Spofforth,  Yorks.,  1709, 
Preb.  of  Southwell,  1724.  Died  1729.   (Masters.) 


Danser,  Thomas 

DANSER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  4,  1699.  Of 
Northamptonshire.  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1702-3.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  1704;  priest, May  19, 1706.  V.  of  Duston.Northants., 
1706-38.  V.  of  Dallington,  1720-38.  Died  Oct.  27,  1738, 
aged  58.  Buried  at  Duston.  M.I.  Will  (Archd.  Northants.) 
1738.    (H.  I.  Longden.) 

DANSON,  PETER.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1603-4.  B.  at  CartmeU, 
Lanes.  M.A.  1607.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1607.  V.  of  Carshalton, 
Surrey,  1613-24  (as  Dawson).  R.  of  Camberwell,  1618; 
sequestered,  1643.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1653;  as  of  Camberwell. 
{Peile,  1.  235.) 

DANSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  6, 
1637.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Roosecote  in  Dalton,  Lanes.,  gent. 
Matric.  1637. 

DANSON,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1654  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Adm. 
at  New  Inn  Hall,  Oxford,  1648.  Chaplain  of  Corpus,  1648. 
B.A.  (Oxford)  1649-50;  M.A.  1652.  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford,  1652.  Macray  says  that  he  was  bom  at 
St  Mary-le-Bow;  otherwise  it  would  be  possible  that  he 
was  the  same  as  the  last.  R.  of  Sandwich  St  Peter,  till  1660 
(ejected).  Minister  at  Sibton,  Suffolk,  1661;  ejected,  1662. 
Minister  at  Abingdon,  Berks.  Author,  theological.  Died 
1694.   {Calamy,  in.  286;  D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.) 

DANSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  June  13, 
1715.  S.  of  Thomsis,  husbandman.  B.  at  Cross,  in  Millom, 
Cumberland.  School,  Cross  (Mr  Steele).  Matric.  1715;  B.A. 
1718-9.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1720.  R.  of  Maltby, 
Lines.,  1721.   Brother  of  William  (1718). 

DANSON  or  DAUSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at 
Christ's,  Apr.  29,  1659.  S.  of  George.  B.  at  Azerley,  near 
Ripon.  Sciiools,  York  and  Blewhouse,  Barnet  (Mr  Lovell). 
Matric.  1659. 

DANSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  21)  at  St  John's,  May  24, 
1718.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Cumberland.  B.  at 
Cross,  near  Bootle.  School,  Millom  (Mr  Steele).  Matric.  1 718; 
B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1728.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  20, 
1722;  priest  (York)  Dec.  22, 1723.  V.  of  BUsby,  Lines.,  1727- 
47.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1715). 

DANSOR, .  Resident  student  at  Jesus,  1539-40. 

DANSY,  WILLIAM.  Fined  5s.  for  disturbance  of  the  peace, 
1466-7.   {Gr.  Bk,  A,  61.) 

DANTON,  .   Resident  graduate  at  Corpus  Christi  in  the 

fifteenth  century. 

DANVERS,  DANIEL,  M.A.  1655  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Byfield,  Northants.  S.  of  William,  of  London.  Intruded 
fellow  of  New  College,  1648.  B.A,  from  Trinity  College, 
Oxford,  1651;  M.A,  1654;  M.B,  and  M.D,  1666,  Fellow  of 
Trinity  College,  Oxford,  1654.  Died  May  12,  1699.  Buried 
at  All  Saints',  Northampton.  M,I,  there.  {Memorials  of  the 
Danvers  family,  by  Macnamara,  405-6;  Le  Neve,  Mon.,  in. 
179;  Al.  Oxon.) 

DANVERS  or  DAVERS,  HENRY,  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Em- 
manuel, July  21,  1648.  Of  Middlesex.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  John, 
of  Dauntsey,  Wilts.,  Knt,  B,  Dec,  5,  1633.  M.A.  1650  (fil. 
nob.).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  14,  1648.  Died  Dec.  12, 
1654,  of  small-pox,  aged  21,  M.I.  at  West  Lavington,  Wilts. 
(Memorials  of  the  Danvers  family,  by  F.  N.  Macnamara.) 

DANVERS,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  16,  1705.  B 
at  Newington,  Middlesex.  Matric,  1705.  Perhaps  adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct,  4,  1707;  as  2nd  s,  of  Samuel,  late  of 
Swithland,  Leics.,  Esq.,  deceased.    Buried  Oct.  2,   1708, 

i       (Nichols,  IV.  189.) 

'dANVERS,  WILLIAM,  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Feb.  1579- 
80.  Perhaps  s,  of  Mark,  of  Clare,  Suffolk.  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A. 
1587.  One  of  these  names,  of  '  Wennington,'  Essex,  ord. 
deacon  (London)  1587,  age  25;  priest,  Nov.  1589.  R.  of 
Wennington,  1589-1616;  deprived.  (Peile,  i.  158.) 
'  DANWELL,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  30, 
1611,   Matric.  1611. 

DANYE,  JONATHAN,  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs, 
I        1619. 

DANYTH, ,    Rector  of  a  parish.    Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher 

degree,  1468-9. 

DARANDA,  PETER.  M.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1705.  S,  of 
Philip,  of  Canterbury,  clerk.  Matric.  from  University  College, 
Oxford,  Oct.  27,  1694,  age  20;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1697.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  24,  1699.  P.C.  of  Upper  Graven- 
hurst  and  of  Lower  Gravenhurst,  Beds.,  1699-1731.  (Al. 
Oxon.) 

DARANT,  LEONARD,  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  12, 
1699.  S.  of  Simon,  deceased,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1699;  B.A.  1702-3.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  23, 
1703.  Lecturer  at  Berwick-on-Tweed.  V.  of  Alnwick, 
Northumberland,  1722-37,  V.  of  Tjmemouth,  1723-36. 
Married,  at  Berwick,  Apr.  5,  1712,  Mary  Home,  widow, 
(H.  M.  Wood.) 


DarcIe,  Brian 


DARBY,  see  also  DERBY, 

DARBY,  CHARLES,  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  21,  1652.  Of 
Suffolk.  Probably  s.  of  John  (brother  of  Luke,  1612).  B.  at 
Bramford.  Matric.  1652;  Scholar,  1653;  B.A.  1655-6;  M.A. 
1659.  Fellow,  1657-66.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  27, 1662; 
priest  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1663.  R.  of  Kedington,  Suffolk,  1664- 
1709.  Author,  Psalms  in  English  Metre,  1704.  Bvuied  at 
Kedington,  Sept.  19,  1709.  Father  of  Edward  (1692)  and 
the  next.  (V.  B.  Redstone;  Surtees  Sac.  Pub.,  17;  Camden  Soc, 
Woodcock  Papers.) 

DARBY,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  4,  1683-4.  S.  of 
Charles  (above),  R.  of  Kedington,  Suffolk.  B.  at  Kedington, 
1666.  Bapt.  there,  Oct.  12,  1667.  Matric.  1684;  Scholar, 
1685;  B.A.  1687-8;  M.A.  1691.  Fellow,  1692-1702.  Died  of 
small-pox,  Oct.  14,  1702.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1692).   (A.  Gray.) 

DARBY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1578; 
B.A.  1581-2. 

DARBY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  29,  1692.  S.  of 
Charles  (1652),  R.  of  Kedington,  Suffolk.  Bapt.  at  Keding- 
ton, Jan.  6,  1678-9.  Died  in  College.  Buried  in  the  Chapel, 
May  5,  1693.  Brother  of  Charles  (1683-4).   (A.  Gray.) 

DARBY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Nov.  30,  1699.  Of 
Suffolk.  Doubtless  s.  of  Charles  (1652).  Bapt.  at  Kedington, 
Nov.  5,  1685.  Matric.  1700;  Scholar,  1700;  B.A.  1703-4; 
M.A.  1707.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  19,  1706;  priest, 
Sept.  25,  1709.  V.  of  Stowmarket,  Suffolk,  1710.  V.  of 
Bramford  and  R.  of  Baylham,  1722.  R.  of  Combs,  1723-35. 
Died  Dec.  10,  1735.   Father  of  the  next,  and  Samuel  (1739). 

DARBY,  HENRY  HARWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St 
John's,  Apr.  17,  1735.  S.  of  Henry  (above),  of  Suffolk.  B.  at 
Stowmarket.  School,  Suffolk  (private;  Mr  Ray).  Matric. 
1735;  B.A.  1738-9;  M.A.  1742.  Fellow,  1739-51.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1739;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1741.  V.  of 
Fordham,  Cambs.,  1754-68.  Died  at  Boxford,  Suffolk,  Apr.  i, 
1800.   Brother  of  Samuel  (1739).   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  465.) 

DARBY,  JOHN,  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1639.  Of  Norwich. 
Matric.  1640;  B.A.  1643-4;  M.A.  1647. 

DARBY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  28,  1676. 
Of  Derbyshire.  School,  Ashby-de-la-Zouch.  B.A.  1680-1; 
M.A.  1684.   Perhaps  V.  of  Waltham  Abbey,  1693. 

DARBY,  LUKE.  Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  June  4,  1612.  Matric. 
pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1612.  Probably  ist  s.  of  John, 
of  Bramford,  Suffolk.  Of  Ipswich,  merchant.  (V.  B.  Red- 
stone.) 

DARBY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Sept.  7,  1739.  Of 
Suffolk.  S.  of  Henry  (1699),  clerk,  deceased.  Rustat  scholar. 
Matric.  1740;  B.A.  1743-4;  M.A.  1749.  Fellow,  1749-73. 
Ord.  deacon  (Rochester)  Dec.  25,  1744;  priest  (Norwich) 
Sept.  1748.  V,  of  Fordham,  Cambs.,  1768-73.  R.  of  What- 
iield,  Suffolk,  1773.  V.  of  St  Mary,  Stowmarket,  and  Stow 
Upland  1785-8.  V.  of  Bradfield,  Suffolk.  Married  Martha, 
dau.  of  Dr  Jortin.  Died  at  Ipswich,  Mar.  31,  1794,  aged  72. 
(A.  Gray.) 

DARBY,  THOMAS,  Matric.  pens,  from  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1623. 

DARBY, Doctor  in  some  faculty,  in  1444. 

DARBYSHIRE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  1590-1,  as 

Darbisher;  B.A.  1593-4. 
DARBISHIRE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Aug.  2,  1654. 

Of  Lancashire.    Matric.  1654;  Scholar,  1657;  B.A.  1658-9. 

R.  of  Piddletrenthide,  Dorset,  1680-2.  R.  of  Portland,  1682- 

1712, 
DARBISHIRE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1619. 
DARBYSHIRE  or  DERBISHIRE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18) 

at  St  John's,  Oct.  25,  1707.  S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at 

Dalton,  Lanes.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1711-2. 

R.  of  Davenham,  Cheshire,  1725-45.  Buried  Jan.  23, 1744-5. 

DARCET,  JAMES.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1610, 

as  'Tasset.'   Of  Warwickshire, 
DARCH,  ROBERT,  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  June 

19.   1736.    Of  Somerset.    School,  Tiverton.    Matric.   1736; 

Scholar,    1736;   B.A.    1740-1;   M.A.    1744.     Perhaps   R.   of 

Tillingham,  Lines.   Died  Nov.  17,  1768.   (G.  Mag.) 

DARCIE  or  DARSEY,  ARTHUR.  MaUic.  Fell.-Com.  from 
Trinity,  Michs.  1561.  Of  London.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Nov.  1564.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Tolleshunt, 
Essex.   (Vis.  of  Essex,  1558.) 

DARCIE,  BRIAN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  10,  1604. 
S.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Berechurch,  near  Colchester.  School, 
Brentwood  (Mr  Greenwood).  Probably  adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  1606.    (Vis.  of  Essex,  T.si'i.) 


Darcie,  Conyers 

DARCIE,  CONYERS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Dec. 
10,  1588.  Of  Hornby  Castle,  Yorks.  S.  of  Thomas.  Bapt.  at 
St  Michael-le-Belfry,  York,  Aug.  27,  1570.  School,  York. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  May  22, 1593-  Knighted,  July  23, 
1603.  Succeeded  his  father,  1605.  Title  restored  to  him,  in 
1641,  of  Baron  Darcy  and  Conyers.  Died  Mar.  3,  1653-4. 
Buried  at  Hornby.  Father  of  Marmaduke  (1631).  {Venn,  i. 
135;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 
DARCEY,  CONYERS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1703.  Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  Aske,  Yorks.  Comptroller 
of  the  King's  Household.  Lord  Lieutenant  of  the  North 
Riding,  1722-40.  M.P.  for  Yorks.,  1707-8,  1747-58;  for 
Newark,  1715-22;  for  Richmond,  1722-7,  1728-47.  Died 
Dec.  I,  1758,  aged  73.  M.I.  at  Hornby.  Brother  of  Robert 
(1698).  (Whitaker,  Rickmondshire,  11.  46;  M.  H.  Peacock; 
A.  B.  Beaven.) 
DARSEY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1561.  Of  Stamford,  Yorks.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Nov.  1561.  Perhaps  created  M.A.  at  Oxford,  1588  {Al.  Oxon; 
where  the  date  given  is  1592).  If  so,  probably  s.  of  Sir 
Arthur.  M.P.  for  Truro,  1584.  Knighted,  Apr.  23,  1603. 
Died  Oct.  28,  1612,  aged  69. 
DARCIE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Sx  John's,  Easter, 

1571.   Perhaps  knighted,  1591. 
DARCY,  GEORGE.    Adm.   Fell.-Com.   (age   16)   at  Christ's, 
Oct.  24,  1649.  S.  of  Sir  William,  Knt.  B.  at  Hornby  Castle, 
Yorks.  Matric.  1650.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  20,  1649-50. 
(Peile,  I.  530.) 
DARCY,  JAMES.   Adm.  pens,  ('age  15')  at  Sidney,  Apr.  11, 
1668.    S.  of  James,  of  Sedbury  Park,  Yorks.  B.  at  Rich- 
mond, Yorks.,  Aug.  25, 1650.  Matric.  1668,  as' Jenner.'  M.P. 
for  Richmond,  1698,  1702.    Created  Lord  Darcy  of  Navan, 
1721.    Died  July  19,  1731.    Buried  at  Gilling.    Brother  of 
Marmaduke  (1668).    {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  J.  Ch.  Smith; 
G.E.C.) 
DARCY.  JAMES.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Apr.  21,  1722. 
Probably  s.  of  James,  of  Bromehall,  Yorks.  (and  grandson 
of  James,  above).    B.  in  London.    Matric.  1723.  Succeeded 
as  Baron,  1731.    Died  June  15,  1733)  aged  26.    Buried  at 
Gilling.   {G.E.C.) 
DARCIE,  JOHN.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

I57I- 
DARCY,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  Easter,  1577. 

Of  Essex. 
DARCYE,  JOHN.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  22, 
1585.  S.  of  Brian,  gent.,  of  St  Osyth,  Essex.  Schools,  Walden 
and  Dedham.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.   11,   1592-3. 
Barrister.  Died  1638.  Brother  of  Robert  (1595-6).  {Vis.  of 
Essex,  1558;  Venn,  i.  126.) 
DARCY,  JOHN.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Oct.  1595,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Michael, 
Esq.,  of  Aston,  Yorks.   Succeeded  his  grandfather  as  Lord 
Darcy,   1602.    Died  July,   1635.    (Hunter,  S.    Yorks.,  n. 
165.) 
DARCY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  10, 1636.  Matric. 

1635;  Scholar,  1638. 
DARCY,  MARMADUKE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1631.  S.  of  Sir  Conyers  Darcy  (1588),  of  Hornby  Castle, 
Yorks.  Bapt.  at  Hornby,  June  4,  1615.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Nov.  2, 1633.  Created  M.A.  at  Oxford,  1663.  Gentleman 
Usher  of  the  Privy  Chamber  to  Charles  II.  M.P.  for  Rich- 
mond, 1665-79.  Died,  immarried,  July  3,  1687.  Buried  at 
Windsor.  {Al.  Oxon.) 
DARCY,  MARMADUKE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney, 
Apr.  II,  1668.  S.  of  James,  of  Sedbury  Park,  Richmond, 
Yorks.  B.  at  Richmond.  Matric.  1668.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  May  19,  1670.  Died  s.p.  Will  (York)  1713.  Brother  of 
James  (1668).   {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

DARCY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  25, 
1595-6.  S.  of  Brian,  gent.,  of  Tiptree  Priory,  Essex.  School, 
Cheknsford  (Mr  Bradway).  Matric.  1596.  Of  Tiptree,  Esq. 
{Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 

DARCY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1698.  S.  of  John,  M.P.  for  Yorks.  B.  in  London,  Nov.  24, 
1681.  Succeeded  his  grandfather  in  1692,  as  3rd  Earl  of 
Holdemess.  Lord  Lieutenant  of  the  North  Riding,  1714-22. 
First  Commissioner  of  Trade,  1718.  P.C.  Died  at  Bath, 
Jan.  20,  1721-2.  Buried  at  Hornby.  Brother  of  Conyers 
(1703),  father  of  Robert,  Earl  of  Holderness.  {G.E.C.) 

DARCY,  ROBERT  (1732),  see  HOLDERNESS,  Earl  of. 

DARCEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr. 
22, 1601.  S.  of  Thomas,  Baron  Darcy.  B.  at  St  Osyth,  Essex. 
Matric.  i6or.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  10,  1600-1.  Died 
1614.  Buried  at  Hengrave.  M.I.  there.  {Venn,  i.  175.) 


Darley,  John 

DARCEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1618-9. 

Of  Suffolk.   B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625. 
DARCIE  or  DARSEY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 

Easter,  1631. 
DARCY,  THOMAS.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  May  28,  1650. 

Of  Essex.  B.  1632.  Matric.  1650.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  12, 

1651-2,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  late  of  Pattiswick,  Essex. 

Created  Bart.,  June  19,  1660.  M.P.  for  Maldon,  1679.  1681, 

1685,  1689,  1690.    Died  1693.    Father  of  Thomas  (1683). 

{G.E.C.) 
DARCY,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  14,  1652.    Of 

Yorkshire.  Matric.  1652;  Scholar,  1653;  B.A.  1655-6. 

DARCY,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Jan.  12,  1653-4. 

S.  of  Sir  William,  of -Wilton  Castle,  Knt.   Matric.  1653-4; 

B.A.  1657.  Obtained  a  mandate  for  a  fellowship  at  Christ's, 

and  at  Trinity,  1660.  Brother  of  George  (1649)  and  William 

(1651). 
DARCY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Apr.  10,  1683. 

S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Bart.  (1650),  of  St  Osyth  and  Tiptree, 

Essex.   Died  in  College  of  small-pox,  July  7,  1683.   M.I.  in 

the  Chapel,  erected  by  his  father.  (A.  Gray.) 
DARCY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Christ's,  Dec.  2,  1651. 

S.  of  Sir  WUUam,  of  WUton  Hall,  Yorks.,  Knt.  Brother  of 

Thomas  (1653-4)  and  George  (1649). 

DARCEY, .  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1615. 

DARDIS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1585. 
DAREY,   ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Lent, 

1597-8. 
DARGENT,  JAMES.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.   (age  25)  at  Sidney, 

Jan.  31,  1749-50.    S.  of  John,  deceased.    B.  in  London. 

School,  St  Paul's.   Matric.  1750,    F.R.S.  1768.   Surgeon,  of 

London. 
DARICK,  JOHN  (1688),  see  DERRICK. 
DARINGTON,  see  also  DORINGTON. 

DARINGTON,    NICHOLAS.     B.A.    1510-1;    M.A.    1514;    B.D. 

1524-5.  Fellowof  St  John's,  1516.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1524. 

Died  c.  1542.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1543;  of  Wybunbury,  Cheshire; 

s.  of  Nicholas.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DARKER,  EDWARD.   Matric.  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1689; 

B.A.  1692-3.  (Perhaps  adm.  in  College  as  'Henry.') 

DARKER,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  14, 

1625.  Of  Scalford,  Lines.  S.  of  Edward,  gent.  Matric.  1625; 

Scholar.  Living,  1651.   {Venn,  1.  271.) 
DARKER,  HENRY  (perhaps  a  mistake  for  Edward).    Adm. 

sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  July  4,  1689.   S.  of  Henry. 

B.  at  Wisbech,  Isle  of  Ely.  School,  Wisbech. 
DARKNOLL,  PHINEAS.  B.A.  1609  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 

Kent.    B.A.  (Oxford)   1608-9;  M.A.   1612.    R.  of  Titsey. 

Surrey,  1619.  Buried  there  Oct.  12,  1662.  {Al.  Oxon.;  which 

dates  his  matriculation  in  1577;  'aged  15.') 

DARLEY,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  9,  1656. 
Of  Yorkshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  Bishop  Wilton, Yorks., 
Esq.  Bapt  there,  Nov.  12,  1639.  Matric.  1656.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  June  21,  1658.  Died  1659.  Brother  of  Joshua 
(1660)  and  William  (1652).  {F.M.G.,  994.) 

DARLEY,  BRIAN.  B.A.  1489-90;  M.A.  1493-4-  Described  a; 
D.D.  from  c.  1512.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1494-1512. 
Bursar,  1502-3.  R.  of  St  Mary,  Calais,  1509.  Custos  of  the 
CoUegiate  Church  of  Ulcombe,  1512.  R.  of  St  Botolph, 
Bishopsgate  till  1512.  R.  of  Gt  Linford,  Bucks.,  1518.  Preb. 
of  the  Free  Chapel  of  Tamworth,  till  1527.  Died  1526-7. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1527;  to  be  buried  at  Elsing  Spital.  {Lipscomb, 
IV.  224;  T.  A.  Walker;  Hennessy.) 

DARLEY,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1571;  B.A.  1574-5,  as  Darlowe.  Perhaps  V.  of  Ugley,  Essex, 
1580-96.  I 

DARLY,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1611. 
Henry  Darley,  s.  and  h.  of  Richard  (1586),  Esq.,  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  May  18,  1610.  M.P.  for  Aldborough,  1628;  for 
Mai  ton,  1641-53;  for  East  Riding,  1656.  Parliamentarian. 
Taken  prisoner  to  Scarborough,  June,  1644.  Of  Butter- 
crambe,  Yorks.,  Esq.  Age  16,  in  1612.  (F.A/.G.,  995;  Ws.  0/ 
Yorks.,  1612;  Vis.  of  London,  1634.) 

DARLEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  May  9,  1681. 
One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  Aldby,  Yorks., 
Esq.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  27,  1680.  Of  Buttercrambe, 
Esq.   Died  June  24,  1720,  aged  58.   {F.M.G.,  994.) 

DARLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1544. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Henstead,  Suffolk,  1558.  R.  of 
North  Cove,  1567-80. 

DARLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1578. 


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Darley,  John 

DARLEY,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Macdalenb,  1615-6.  S.  of  Nathan, 
of  Beccles,  Suffolk.  Matric.  (Oxford)  Apr.  23,  1613.  Incorp. 
B.A.  at  Oxford  from  Cambridge,  1618;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1618; 
B.D.  1627.  R.  of  NorthiU,  Cornwall,  1619-64.  Buried  there 
Nov.  9,  1664.  Admon.  (Exeter)  1665.   {AI.  Oxon.) 

DARLEY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  8,  1657.  Of 
Yorkshire.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  School,  Pocklington. 
Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1660-1. 

DARLEY,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  1, 
1660.  S.  of  Richard,  Esq.,  of  Yorks.  B.  at  Bishop  Wilton. 
Schools,  Pocklington  (Mr  Greenwood)  and  Coxwold  (Mr 
Littelton).  Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A.  1667.  Fellow, 
1664.  Chaplain,  East  India  Co.,  1673-  Drowned  in  the 
Hughli,  1676  or  1678.  Brother  of  Benjamin  (1656)  and 
William  (1652).    {F.M.G.,  994;  F.  Penny.) 

DARLEY,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Michs 
1586.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Buttercrambe.  Age  16  in  1584. 
Doubtless  of  Buttercrambe,  Yorks.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  21,  1588.  J. P.  Knighted,  Apr.  11,  1617.  Married  and 
had  issue.  Father  of  Henry  (1611).  (F.M.G.,  994;  ^«-  of 
Yorks.,  1584.) 

DARLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  16,  1651.  Of 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1651;  B.A.  1654-5;  M.A.  1658.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  1661.  V.  of  Ludham,  Norfolk,  1662.  V.  of 
Swaffliam  St  Mary,  Cambs.,  1664-7. 

DARLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1577.  MatriCi 
1577;  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584.  R.  of  Benacre,  Suffolk, 
1595-1613.  Will  proved,  1613  (Norwich).  Father  of  the 
next. 

DARLIE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  26, 
1608.  S.  of  Thomas  (above),  R.  of  Benacre,  Suffolk.  B.  at 
Beccles.  Matric.  1608;  Scholar,  1608-12;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A. 
1615. 

DARLEY,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1493;  M.A.  1497-8.  Of  York  diocese. 
Ord.  sub-deacon  (Ely)  Apr.  4,  1495. 

DARLEY,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  25,  1652. 

Of  Yorkshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  Bishop  Wilton,  Yorks., 

Esq.  Adm.atGrav'sInn,  June6, 1655.  Buried  Sept.  3, 1656, 

aged  21.    Brother  of  Benjamin  (1656)  and  Joshua  (1660). 

{F.M.G.,  994.) 
DARLING  or  DARLYN,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity 

Kali.,  Easter,  1580.    S.  of  John.    B.  at  Stevenage,  Herts. 

Schools,  Letchworth,  Stevenage  and  Hitchin.    Migrated  to 

Caius,  Nov.  3,  1580,  age  16.   Scholar  of  Caius;  B.A.  1583-4- 

V.   of  Codicote,   Herts.,   1593-1609.     Died   1609.  Admon. 

(Archd.  St  Albans).    (Venn,  i.  108.) 
DARLING,  JOHN  (1588),  see  DERLINGE. 
DARLING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  as  Dearlinge, 

Sept.  13,  1595.    B.  at  Clifton,  Staffs.,  1580.    Matric.  1595; 

B.A.  1598-9;  M.A.  1602.   Ord.  deacon  (Lichfield),  Sept.  29, 

i6o6.  V.  of  Ashbv-de-la-Zouch,  Leics.,  1606.  V.  of  Packing- 
j      ton-on-the-Heath',  1610.   Buried  at  Clifton,  Mar.  12,  1612. 
'dARNALD  or  DARNOLD,  THOMAS.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St 

Catharine's,  May  i,  1661. 
]DARNALL,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1580. 
\     Of  Middlesex,  late  of  Barnard's  Inn,  gent.,  when  adm.  at 
3      Gray's  Inn,  June  27,  1582.   Utter-barrister,  1590.   Ancient, 
i      1598.     Died  Feb.   1607-8,  aged  42.     M.I.   at   Essendon, 

Herts. 
(DARNELL,  JEREMY,    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  1569;  B.A. 

1573-4,  as  Henry;  M.A.  1578.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Oct.  21, 

1580.   V.  of  Dunton,  Beds.,  1580. 

\  DARNELL,  JOHN,  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1551; 

f  j         imputes. 

V.DARNALL   or   DARNELL,    JOHN,     Matric.   FeU.-Com.   from 

'       King's,  Easter,  1662.  S.  and  h.  of  Ralph,  of  Gray's  Inn  and 

Loughton's  Hope,  Pembridge,  Heref.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 

Dec.  2,  1662.  Serjeant-at-law,  1692.    King's  Serjeant,  1698. 

Knighted,  June  1,  1699.    Died  Dec.  14,  1706.    Buried  in 

St  Clement  Danes,  London.   (D.N.B.) 

DARNELL,  RALPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  May  i,  1624. 
Of  Hertfordshire.  Matric.  1624.  Attorney  in  the  Court  of 
Wards.  Subscribed  to  the  New  Building  of  Christ's.  (Peile, 
I.  358.) 

DARNELL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1570. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  22,  1582;  priest  Jan.  16,  1582-3. 
V.  of  Eyeworth,  Beds.  Perhaps  V.  of  Bentley  Magna,  Essex, 
1585-1602.  Will  (Consist.  C.  London)  1602. 

DARNELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1606; 
;         Scholar,  1608;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613.   V.  of  Thorpe-le- 
y  Soken,  Essex;  ejected,  1642. 

I      DARNILL,    THOMAS.     Matric.    FeU.-Com.    from   Sx   John's, 
I  Easter,  1610. 


Darrell,  John 

DARNELLY,  DANIEL.    M.A.  1634-5  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  Daniel,  of  London,  clerk.  Bapt.  at  St  Mary  Woolchurch, 

Dec.  a,  1604.   Matric.  from  New  College,  Oxford,  Nov.  14, 

1623,  age  19;  B.A.  1627;  M.A.  1629-30.  R.  of  Curxey  Mallett, 

Somerset,  1632.    V.  of  Walden  St  Paul,  Herts.,  1634.   R.  of 

Teversham,  Cambs.,  1635-46  (sequestered).    Father  of  the 

next.   {Al.  Oxon.) 
DARNELLY,   DANIEL.    Matric.   pens,   from  Trinity  Hall, 

Easter,  1652,  as  'Davine.'   S.  of  Daniel  (above).   Bapt.  at 

Teversham,  Cambs.,  Aug.  18,  1636.  B.A.  1655-6;  M.A.  1659. 

Fellow,  1656-9.    Died  Sept.  23,  1659.    M.I.  in  the  College 

ChapeL   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iv.  70.) 
DARNLEY,  RICHARD,   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Nov,  15, 

1649.   Of  Yorkshire. 
DARNELLY,  RICHARD,    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sx  John's, 

Oct.  24,  1668.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Thames  Street,  London  (who 

was  probably  a  brother  of  Daniel,  of  1634-5).    B.  there. 

School,  Tottenham.    Matric.  1668;  M.B.  1674;  M.D.  1681. 

Candidate,  R.C.P.  1682.  Fellow,  1685.  Censor,  Died  Jan.  11, 

1732-3.    (Munk,  I.  434.) 
DARNTON,  HENRY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1579- 

80;  Scholar,  1584;  B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588. 
DARNTON,  HENRY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1584;  B.A.  1588-9,  as  Darton.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1588-9; 

M.A.  (Oxford)  1596.   R.  of  Goldsborough,  Yorks.,  1592;  and 

of  West  Tanfield,  1601.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
DARNTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  39, 

1647.   S.  of  Richard  (next),  R.  of  Tanfield,  Yorks.   School, 

Sedbergh.    Matric.  1647;  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654-    Incorp. 

at  Oxford,  1654.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1647.  V.  of  Bedlington, 

Northumberland,  tUl  1662  (ejected).  Died  at  Tanfield,  Yorks., 

July  9,  1680.    (Calamy,  iii.  55.) 
DARNTON,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1615;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept. 

1620;  priest.  May,  1624.    R.  of  Tanfield,  Yorks.,  1657-64- 

Buried  Feb.  16,  1664.   Father  of  John  (above). 
DAROURY    (?DICONRY),    RICHARD.     Matric.    pens,    from 

Trinity,  Easter,  1620. 

DARRELL,  see  also  DORRELL. 

DARRELL  or  DORRELL,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's, 
July  3,  1648.  S.  of  Sampson.  B.  at  Fulmer,  Bucks.  School, 
Hertford  (Mr  Minors).   Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1651. 

DARRELL,  CHARLES.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1676.  Of 
London.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683;  B.D.  1691. 
Fellow,  1682-1700.  Died  1700.   (Masters.) 

DARRELL,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Lent, 
1582-3. 

DARELL,  GEORGE.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1554. 

DARRELL,  GEORGE,  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  27, 
1588.  Matric.  Michs.  1587,  from  Magdalene,  as  Dorrell. 
George  Darrell,  s.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Little  Chart,  Kent,  Esq., 
was  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  3,  1590-1.  Died  before  1619. 
Brother  of  Robert  (1588).  (Darrell  pedigree  in  Kent  Vis.) 
DARRELL,  GEORGE.  M.A.  1601  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Edward,  of  Pagham,  Sussex,  gent.  Matric.  from  New  College, 
Oct.  25, 1589,  age  14;  B.A.  from  All  Souls,  1594;  M.A.  1597-8; 
B.D.  1605;  D.D.  1607-8.  Proctor,  1604.  R.  of  Digswell, 
Herts.,  1606-12,  Preb.  of  Westminster,  1607-31.  R.  of 
Wormley,  1610-30;  of  West  Hanningfield,  Essex,  1611-30. 
Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1618-31.  R.  of  Beaconsfield,  Bucks., 
1630-1.  Died  Oct.  31,  1631.  Buried  in  Westminster  Abbey. 
Will,  P.C.C.  (Al.  Oxon.;  A.  B.  Beaven;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DARELL,  HENRY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1554 

(imputes). 
DARRELL,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1523;  B.A.  1527-8;  M.A.  1531.  R.  of  Cogenhoe,  Northants., 
1538.  R.  of  Drayton  Beauchamp,  Bucks.,  till  1547.  'Em- 
inently learned  in  Latin  and  Greek.'  (Harwood.) 
DARRELL,  JOHN,  B.Can.L.  1523-4-  V.  of  Cressing,  Essex, 
1526-8.  Perhaps  R.  of  Holy  Trinity-the-Less,  London,  i534- 
55.  (Called  B.D.)  Died  1555. 
DARRELL,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  June,  1575- 
Probably  B.  at  Mansfield,  Notts.,  c.  1562.  B.A.  1578-9- 
Studied  law  in  London.  Returned  to  Mansfield  where  he 
became  a  preacher  and  exorcist.  Resided  at  Bulwell,  Notts., 
and  at  Ashby-de-la-Zouch.  Examined  at  Lambeth,  1599; 
pronounced  an  impostor,  degraded  from  the  Ministry  and 
committed  to  the  Gatehouse.  Author  of  works  on  the  de- 
tection of  witchcraft,  etc.  (Cooper,  11.  380;  D.N.B.) 
DARRELL  or  DORRELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Em- 
manuel, Feb.  12,  1632-3.  Of  Kent.  Doubtless  s.  of  Sir 
Robert  (1588),  of  Little  Chart.  Bapt.  there,  Jan.  28,  1615-6. 
Aged  5  in  1621.  Matric.  1633.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  10, 
1634.  Knighted,  1670.  Died  1675 •  (Vis.  of  Ketit,  ifii^;  Le 
Neve,  240.) -~ 

II 


Barrell,  Nicholas 

DARELL,  NICHOLAS.  Incorp.  M.A.  from  Oxford,  1677;  M-D. 
from  Caius,  1678  [Lit.  Reg.).  S.  of  Marmaduke,  of  Horkstow, 
Lines  ,  gent.  Matric.  from  Lincoln  CoUege,  Oxford,  May  21, 
1660,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1672-3;  M.A.  1675.  Adm. 
candidate  R.C.P.  Sept.  30.  1678.  Buried  at  St  Stephens, 
Walbrook,  London,  Mar.  18,  1678-9.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1679- 
(Al.  Oxon.;  Venn,  1.  457-) 

DARRELL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1587,  as 
DorreU.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  27, 1588;  B.A.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  Oxford,  1590-1;  M.A.  1594.  S.  and  h.  of 
John,  of  Little  Chart,  Kent,  Esq. ;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  5. 
1594.  Knighted,  Apr.  i,  1614.  Died  1645.  aged  76.  Brother 
of  George  (1588),  father  of  John  (1632-3).  (Km.  0}  Kent, 
1663;  Al.  Oxon.;  Hasted,  in.  224.) 

DARRELL  or  DORRELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
Oct.  1564.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Nicholas,  gent.,  of  Leman, 
Kent.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  from  Staple  Inn,  Oct. 
1572. 

DARELL,  WILLIAM.  Resident  M.A.  at  Corpus  Christi,  m 
Aug  1564.  Preb.  of  Canterbury,  1554-70.  Sub-dean,  1560. 
Chaplain  to  the  Queen.  ChanceUor  of  Bangor  1565-70. 
Author  of  a  treatise  on  the  Kentish  Castles.  Died  1570. 
(Cooi>er,  I.  430;  D.N.B.  No  such  M.A.  degree  found  at 
Cambridge.  Jos.  Foster  gives  one  at  Oxford,  B.A.  and  M.A. 
1554;  with  a  list  of  benefices  in  Kent.  Probably  the  same.) 

DARRYS, .   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1563- 

DARTE,  CHARLES.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1608. 

OfComwaU.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1609.  Of  Plymouth. 

D'ARTIGUES,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Jan.  25,  i730-i. 

B.  at  Bury,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1731 ;  B.A.  1734-5-  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  June,  1735.    V.  of  Gooderston,  Norfolk    1740-4. 

C.  of  Wereham,  till  i744.   Died  1744-   M.I.  at  Wereham. 
DARTNOLL,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  12, 

1592-3.   Matric.  c.  1593;  Scholar;  B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600. 
DARWENT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
23,   1685.    S.  of  Charles,  gent.    B.  at  Rotherham,  Yorks. 
School,  Rotherham  (Mr  Ferrer).   Matric.  1685. 
DARWENT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's  Apr.  6, 
1726    S   of  Robert,  clerk,  of  Yorkshire.    B.  at  Rotherham. 
School,  Rotherham  (Mr  Withers).  Matric.  1726.   R.  of  West 
Itchenor,  Sussex,  in  1735-  Died  soon  after.  (Scott-Mayor,  in. 
394-) 
DARWIN,   ERASMUS.    Adm.  pens,   (age  18)  at  Sx  John's, 
Tune  30,  1750.    4th  s.  of  Robert,  barrister.    B.  at  Elston 
Notts     School,  Chesterfield.    Scholar;  M.B.  1755-    Studied 
medicine  at  Edinburgh.   EstabUshed  a  practice  at  Lichfield. 
F  R  S    1761.    Author  on  evolution,  and  poet.    Died  at  the 
Priory   near  Derby,  Apr.  18,  1802.   Grandfather  of  Charles. 
Brother  of  the  next  two.    (D.N.B.;  Scott-Mayor,  iii.  601.) 
DARWIN,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 
1750    S  of  Robert,  barrister,  of  Elston,  Notts.  B.  at  Elston. 
School,  Chesterfield,  Derbs.    Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1754;  M.A. 
1757     Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  4.  1754;  pnest,  May  25, 
1755    R.  of  Cariton  Scroop,  Lines.,  1762-1805.  R.  of  Elston, 
Notts.,  1766-1805.    Died  1805.    Brother  of  the  above  and 
next.    (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  601.) 
DARWIN,  ROBERT  (WARING).    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St 
Tohn's    July  I    1743.    S.  of  Robert,  hamster,  of  Elston, 
Notts  '  B.   at  Elston.    School,  Chesterfield   (Mr  Burrow). 
Matric    1743-4.    Adm.   at  Lincohi's  Inn,  June   18,   1743. 
Barrister    1751.    Probably  Solicitor  to  Gray's  Inn  Society. 
Succeeded  his  father  at  Elston,  1754-    Author,  botamcal 
Died,  unmarried,  Nov.  3,  1816.    Brother  of  Erasmus  and 
John  (above).   (Scott-Mayor,  ill.  538.) 
DARWIN,   THOMAS.    Adm.   at  Corpus   Christi,    1598.    Of 
Lincolnshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Richard,  of  Marton.  B.A.  1600-1; 
MA  1604.  OfFenton.  Died  c.  1632.  Buried  in  Kettlethorpe 
Church.  One  of  these  names,  M.A.,V.  of  Shenstone,  Staffs., 
1631-?  1635.  (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  in   13.) 
DARWIN    WILLIAM.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1640.   S.  and  h.  of  William,  late  of  Cletham,  Lines., 
gent.,  'deceased.    Adm.   at  Lincoln's   Inn,  Oct.   24,    1645. 
Recorder  of  the  City  of  Lincohi.  Will  proved,  Nov.  23, 1675. 
Doubtless  father  of  the  next.   (Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  iii. 
14-) 
DARWYN,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
Apr    3,    1672.    S.   of  William,   Esq.,  of  Lincoln.    School, 
Lincoln.    Matric.   1672.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.   17, 
1673.    Died  Aug.  28,  1682,  at  Elston.    M.I.    (Misc.  Gen.  et 
Her.,  2nd  S.,  in.  i5-) 
DARWIN,  WILLIAM  MORGAN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  27, 
1730     Of  Nottingham.    S.  of  William,  of  Cleatham,  Lines. 
B    at  Newark,  1710.    Matric.  1730;  M.B.  1736.    Practised 
medicine  at  Gainsborough.  Died  there  July  20, 1762.  (Misc. 
G*n.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  lu.  i6.) 


Davenant,  Charles 

DASH,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1604. 
Probably  s.  of  John  Dasche  and  Ahee  (Coleman).  B.  at  Long 
Melford,  Suffolk.  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Sept.  25,  1609,  age  24;  C.  of  High  Ongar,  Essex; 
priest,  Sept.  22,  1611.  V.  of  West  Mersea,  Essex,  1628. 
Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London)  Aug.  14,  1630.  (V.  B.  Redstone; 
J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DASHFIELD,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1621.  Prob- 
ably the  student,  adm.  at  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  Mar.  12, 
1618-9,  age  16.  Of  Surrey.  V.  of  Littleport,Cambs.,  1627-38. 
Perhaps  R.  of  All  Saints',  Colchester,  1639-40.  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Sutton  Bonnington,  Notts.,  1662-5.  Preb.  of 
BristoL   Died  Apr.  1665.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

DASHWOOD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Mar.  27, 
1697.  S.  of  Samuel,  citizen  of  London  (?  afterwards  Lord 
Mayor).  B.  at  Salisbury.  Schools,  Broome,  Norfolk  (Mr 
Robbins)  and  Norwich.  Matric.  1697.  (Apparently  adm.  at 
Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  25,  1698.)  Scholar  of  Caius, 
1697-1701;  B.A.  1700-1.  Probably  adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  May  11,  1697;  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  3,  1702;  and 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  16,  1709  and  called  to  the  Bar,  1709. 
If  so,  M.P.  for  Sudbury,  1703-5;  for  Stockbridge,  1710-3. 
Died  1762.    (Venn,  i.  499;  Al.  Oxon.) 

DASHWOOD,  LEONARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1631.   Of  Dorset.  B.A.  1634-5. 

DASHWOOD,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  King's,  1710.  S.  of  Robert, 
of  Stogumber,  Somerset.  Matric.  from  Balliol  CoUege, 
Oxford,  Mar.  18,  1688-9,  age  I5;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1694.  R.  of 
Little  Thurrock,  Essex,  1697.  V.  of  West  Thurrock,  1710. 
R.  of  Enbome,  Berks.,  1718.  Died  July  10,  1734-  M.I.  at 
Enbome.  Will  (Archd.  Berks.)  1734.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
DASSET,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  19,  1669;  B.A. 

1672-3. 
D'ASSIGNY,  MARIUS.  B.D.  1668  (Lit.  Reg.).  'After  long  and 
painful  study  in  foreign  universities.'  S.  of  Peter,  French 
Protestant  Minister  at  Norwich  B.  1643.  Chaplain  at 
Tangier,  to  the  forces.  V.  of  Penrith,  Cumberland,  1667-8. 
V.  of  Cuteombe,  Somerset,  1672-99.  R.  of  Tidmarsh,  Berks., 
1702.  V.  of  Aveley,  Essex,  1706-12.  V.  of  Blackmore,  1712. 
Author,  classical,  etc.  Died  Nov.  14,  1717.  Buried  at 
Woodham  Walter,  Essex.  M.I.  Will  (Commis.  C.  Essex), 
1718.    (Z).iV.B.;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DASTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  2, 
1745.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Isleham,Cambs.  B.  at  Isleham. 
School,  Bury.  Matric.  1746.  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  Dec. 
9, 1747;  B.A.  1749-50.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Aug.  12, 
1747.   Died  at  Isleham,  Feb.  28,  1758.   (G.  Mag.) 

DAUBNEY,  see  DAWBNEY. 

DAUBURNE  or  DAWBURNE,   ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from 

King's,  1598.    Donor  to  the  Library. 
DAUBUZ  or  DAWBUZ,  CHARLES.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens' j  , 
Jan.  10,  1689-90.   S.  of  Isaie  d'Aubus,  protestant  pastor  at  ■ 
Nirac,  Guienne.  B.  there,  1673.  Refugee  family  of  Hugenots, 
School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4;  M.A. 
1697.    Master  of  Sheffield  Grammar  School,  1696-9.    Ord, 
deacon  (York)  Sept.  1698;  priest,  1698.   V.  of  Brotherton,^ 
Yorks.,  1699-1717.  Author,  theological.   Died  June  14, 17I7). 
Father  of  the  next.   (D.N.B.) 
DAUBUZ,  CLAUDE.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Oct.  2c    • 
1722.  Of  Brotherton,  Yorks.  S.  of  Charles  (above).  Matric 
1722;  B.A.   1726-7;  M.A.   1749.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  i745 
Preb.  of  Southwell,  1750-60.    V.  of  Huddersfield,  c.  1750 
Died  at  Pontefract,  Sept.  11,  1760.   (G.  Mag.) 
DAUDESON  (?DANDESON),  JOHN.   B.Can.L.  1488-9. 
DAULING,  see  DAWLING. 

DAULY  (?  DANBY),  ALFRED.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1609.  \ 

DAUNCIE,  GERVASE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1609/ 
DAUS,  see  DAWES.  \ 

DAUTRE  or  DAUNTRE,  LIONEL.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall^ 
1359.    Left  1362.  I 

DAVELL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1570. 
DAVELL,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1504-5.  Perhaps  V.  of  Gt  Bursted, 
Essex,  1512.  One  of  these  names  (Davell  or  Dovell)  Arch- 
deacon of  Northumberland,  1518-57.  Died  1557. 
DAVENANT,  CHARLES.  Incorp.  LL.D.  1675.  from  Oxford. 
S.  of  Sir  WilUam,  the  poet.  B.  in  London,  1656.  School 
'Chedin'  (?Cheam),  Surrey.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Balliol 
CoUege,  Oxford,  July  21,  1671,  age  15.  Practised  at  Doctors* 
Commons.  Commissioner  of  Excise,  1678-89.  M.P.  for 
St  Ives,  ComwaU,  1685;  for  Gt  Bedwyn,  1698,  1701.  In- 
spector-General of  the  Customs,  1703-14.  Died  Nov.  6,  1714- 
(D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 


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Davenant,  Edward 

DAVENANT,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1584-5  S.  of  John.  B.  in  London.  Bapt.  at  All  Hallows, 
Bread  St,  Jan.  29,  1568-9.  Of  Whiddy  Island,  Cork.  Died 
at  Salisbury.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  John  (1587),  William 
(1590)  and  George  (1602),  father  of  the  next.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DAVENANT,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1610.  S.  of  Edward  (above).  Bapt.  at  All  Hallows,  Bread 
St,  Apr.  25,  1596.  B.A.  1613;  M.A.  1617;  B.D.  1624;  D.D. 
1629.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1619.  Fellow,  1615-25.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1621.  R.  of 
Poulshot,  Wilts.,  1623.  V.  of  Gillingham,  Dorset,  1626-80. 
Archdeacon  of  Berks.,  1630.  R.  of  North  Morton,  Bucks., 
1631.  Treasurer  of  Salisbury,  1634.  Died  Mar.  12,  1679-80, 
aged  84.  M.I.  at  GiUingham.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1680.  Father  of 
George  (1657),  Ralph  (1663)  and  WiUiam  (1659).   {Al.  Oxon.) 

DAVENANT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  1602.  Of 
London.  S.  of  John.  Bapt.  at  All  Hallows,  Bread  St,  Oct.  i, 
1587.  Matric.  1604;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.  Fellow,  1608- 
14.  Buried  at  St  Botolph's,  Cambridge,  Apr.  2,  1614. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1584-5),  John  (1587)  and  William  (1590). 

DAVENANT,  GEORGE.  M.A.  1657  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Edward  (1610),  D.D.,  V.  of  Gillingham,  Dorset.  Matric.  from 
Queen's  College,  Oxford,  Nov.  18,  1650;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A. 
1655.  Fellow  of  Oriel  College,  1653.  Died  at  GiUingham, 
Dorset,  Sept.  11,  1661.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  Ralph  (1663) 
and  William  (1659).    {A  I.  Oxon.) 

DAVENANT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1587. 
2nd  s.  of  John,  citizen  and  merchant  taylor,  of  London. 
B.  in  Watling  Street,  London.  Bapt.  at  All  Hallows,  Bread 
St,  May  25,  1572.  B.A.  1590-1;  M.A.  1594;  B.D.  1601;  D.D. 
1609.  Fellow,  1597-1614.  President,  1614-21.  Lady  Mar- 
garet Professor  of  Divinity,  1609-21.  R.  of  Fleet,  Lines., 
1609.  R.  of  Leake,  Notts.,  16x2.  R.  of  Cottenham,  Cambs., 
1620.  Bishop  of  Salisbury,  1621-41.  One  of  the  delegates  at 
the  Synod  of  Dort.  Author,  theological.  Died  Apr.  20,  1641. 
Will,  P.C.C.  Uncle  of  Thomas  Fuller,  the  divine.  Brother 
of  Edward  (1584-5),  William  (159°)  and  George  (1602). 
{D.N.B.) 

DAVENANT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1636. 
Of  Nottinghamshire.  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643;  M.D.  1661 
{Lit.  Reg.) 

DAVENANT,  RALPH.  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1663.  S.  of 
Edward  (1610),  D.D.,  V.  of  Gillingham,  Dorset.  Fellow, 
July,  1664-9  (by  royal  recommendation).  Matric.  from  Oriel 
College,  Oxford,  July  25,  1655;  (?  B.A.  Oxford).  R.  of 
St  Mary  Matfellon,  Whitechapel,  i668-8r.  R.  of  Stepney, 
1669-81.  Canon  of  Exeter,  1677.  Died  Mar.  1680-1.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1681.  Brother  of  George  (1657)  and  William  (1659). 
{Al.  Oxon.) 

DAVENANT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1552. 

DAVENANT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  9,  1590. 
Of  London.  3rd  s.  of  John.  Bapt.  at  All  Hallows,  Bread  St, 
Mar.  13,  1574-5.  Brother  of  Edward  (1584-5),  John  (1587) 
and  George  (1602). 

DAVENANT,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Queens',  1659  (Incorp. 
from  Oxford).  S.  of  Edward  (1610).  Matric.  from  Queen's, 
Oxford,  July  15,  1652;  B.A.  1654;  M.A.  from  Magdalen  Hall, 
1657.  Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall,  Cambridge,  1659-61.  V.  of 
Watford,  Herts.,  1661-2.  Buried  May  15, 1662,  at  Gillingham, 
Dorset.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  George  (1657),  Ralph  (1663) 
and  William  (1659).   (Hutchins,  Dorset,  iii.  643.) 

DAVENPORT,  see  also  DAMPORT. 

DAVENPORT,  ADAM.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1372.  Bene- 
ficed, 1376. 

DAVENPORT,  BOSVILE,  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  30,  1692. 
Of  Lancashire.  School,  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1693 ;  Scholar, 
1693;  B.A.  1695-6;  M.A.  1699.  Died  in  College.  Buried  at 
All  Saints',  Cambridge,  Sept.  27,  1701.   (A.  Gray.) 

DAVENPORT,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  i6o2.  Perhaps  s.  of  Henry,  of  Coven  try.  B.A.  1606-7; 
M.A.  1610.    (Vis.  ofWarws.,  1619.) 

DAVENPORT,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Sept. 
II,  1673. 

DAVENPORT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  July  15, 1604; 
B.A.  1606-7;  M.A.  1611.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1611.  R.  of 
Edgmond,  Salop,  1620. 

DAVENPORT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  24)  at  Sx  John's, 
Apr.  2, 1650.  S.  of  John  (1605),  of  Didsbury,  Lanes.  School, 
Didsbury  (private).  M.B.  (Oxford)  1657.  Afterwards 
practised  in  London.  Married  EUen,  dau.  of  WiUiam  Newton, 
of  WUmslow,  Cheshire.  Father  of  the  next.  {Al.  Oxon.; 
Mumford,  Manch.  Gr.  Sch.;  Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 

DAVENPORT,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
July  4,  1668.  S.  of  Edward,  M.B.  (above).  School,  Man- 
chester.   {Vis.  uf  Lanes.,  1664.) 


David,  Richard 

DAVENPORT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  r, 
1646.  Of  Leicestershire.  B.  at  Wigston.  Matric.  1647;  B.A. 
1649-50;  M.A.  1653.  R.  of  Houghton-le-Spring,  Durham, 
1664-77.  Perhaps  R.  of  St  Peter,  Cheapside,  London,  1661-5. 
Died  July  6,  1677.  Buried  at  Houghton-le-Spring.  Brother 
of  John  (1642).    (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iv.  176;  Nichols,  iv.  38.) 

DAVENPORT,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse, 

Oct.  15,  1668.  Of  Leicester.  Probably  s.  of  Stephen.  School, 

Leicester.    Matric.  1669;  Scholar,  1669;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A. 

1676.  R.  of  Steeple,  Essex,  1678.  V.  of  Althome. 
DAVENPORT,  GEORGE.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  i, 

1695.    Of  Lincolnshire.    Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1698-9;  M.A. 

1712.   Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1712;  C.  of  Wardley, 

Rutland. 
DAVENPORT,  HENRY,    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1634.    S.  and  h.  of  John,  Esq.,  of  Burley  Park,  Leicester. 

Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Oct.  26,  1635. 
DAVENPORT,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 

Feb.  26,  1637-8.    Of  Coventry.    School,  Warwick.    Matric. 

1638;    Scholar,    1638-9;    B.A.    1641-2;    M.A.    1645.     Ord. 

deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  May  24,  1646. 

DAVENPORT,  HUMFREY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
June  17,  1689.  S.  of  William,  gent.  B.  at  Bramhall,  Cheshire. 
School,  Stockport  (Mr  Dobson).  Matric.  1689.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  19,  1689.  CaUed  to  the  Bar,  1701.  Bencher, 
1724.  Buried  at  Stockport,  June  21,  1726.  Brother  of 
WiUiam  (1681).    {A I.  Oxon.) 

DAVENPORT,  HUMFREY.  Adm,  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Jan.  29,  1693-4.  S.  of  Edward,  gent.  B.  at  Stockport, 
Cheshire.  School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1695.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Jan.  31,  1693-4. 

DAVENPORT,  ISAAC.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Mar.  15,  1664-5. 
Matric.  1665. 

DAVENPORT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1597-8.    Of  London. 

DAVENPORT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1605.  Of  London.  Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  WiUiam,  of  BramhaU, 
Cheshire.  Bapt.  at  Stockport,  Aug.  5,  1586.  B.A.  1607-8; 
M.A.  1611.  R.  of  Didsbury,  Lanes.,  1612-39.  Buried  there 
Mar.  18,  1638-9.  Father  of  Edward  (1650).  {Earwaker,  i. 
438.) 

DAVENPORT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  9, 1642-3. 
Of  Leicestershire.  B.  at  Wigston.  Matric.  1643;  B.A.  1646-7; 
M.A.  1650.  FeUow,  1649-54  (ejected).  R.  of  West  Rasen, 
Lines.  V.  of  Wigston,  Leics.,  1693-1706.  Buried  Mar.  9, 
1708,  aged  81.  M.I.  at  Wigston.  WiU,  Leicester.  Brother  of 
George  (1646). 

DAVENPORT,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1 581-2.  Of  Cheshire.  Scholar,  1580;  B.A.  1581-2;  M.A. 
1585;  B.D.  from  Queens',  I593-  FeUow  of  Queens',  1585- 
1605.  R.  of  Barton  MiUs,  Suffolk,  1592-1604.  R.  of  Toppes- 
field,  Essex,  1604-5.  WUl  proved  (V.C.C.)  1605;  and  (P.C.C.) 
1606. 

DAVENPORT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  17,  1724-5.  S.  of  George,  gent.,  of  Calveley,  Cheshire, 
Esq.  B.  at  Whitmore,  Staffs.  Schools,  Chester  and  West- 
minster.  Matric.  1725.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Aug.  16, 

1725.  Of  Davenport  and  Calveley,  Esq.  Died  May,  i77i- 
(For  his  connexion  with  J.  J.  Rousseau,  see  Scott-Mayor,  in. 
380.) 

DAVENPORT,  RICHARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens  ,  Apr.  12, 

1726.  Of  Cheshire. 

DAVENPORT,  SHARINGTON.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Apr. 

21,  1728.   Migrated  to  Trinity,  Feb.  21,  1728-9.   S.  and  h. 

of  Henry,  of  Salop,  Esq.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  23, 

1727-8.   Died  1744- 
DAVENPORT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  21, 1677- 

8.  S.  of  John,  of  Woodford,  Cheshire,  Esq.   Died  m  College. 

Buried  at  AU  Saints',  Cambridge,  1678.   (A.  Gray). 
DAVENPORT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 

c.  June,  1681.    ist  s.  of  Wmiam,  gent.    B.  at  Bramhall, 

Cheshire,  1663.  Schools,  Nottingham,  Chester  and  Man- 
chester.  Matric.  1681.   Buried  at  Stockport,  Apr.  21,  1706. 

Brother  of  Humfrey  (1689).   {Earwaker,  1.  439.) 
DAVENPORT,   WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's, 

Nov.  7,  1716. 
DAVERS,  HENRY.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1623. 

One  of  these  names  M.P.  for  Devizes,  1640. 
DAVERS,  JEROME.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1568; 

B  A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575.  Buried  at  St  Benet's,  Cambridge, 

Oct.  8,  1622.  WiU  proved  (V.C.C.)  1622. 
DAVYDE,  GILES.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1557. 
DAVID,  RICHARD.    Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  i477.    R-  of 

St  Benet's,  Cambridge. 


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David,  Roger 

DAVYD,  ROGER.  Of  Jesus,  when  ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  23, 
1566-7. 

DAVID,  SAMUEL.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1602;  B.A.  1603-4. 

DAVYD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1565. 

DAVID, .   A  friar.    Cautio  for  degree,  1460. 

DAVID, .  Fellow  of  Clare,  Apr.  27,  1467;  M.A.;  B.D. 

DAVID, .  B.Can.L.  1482  (or  1488). 

DAVID, .    Incorp.  B.A.  1482. 

DAVID, .   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1559. 

DAVIDSON,  CHARLES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638. 

DAVIE,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
July  4,  1712.  S.  of  Alexander,  Esq.,  of  Salford,  Lanes. 
School,  Lichfield  (Mr  Hunter).  Matric.  1713;  M.A.  i7i7(Com. 
Reg.).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1714. 

DAVY,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  Caius,  May  3,  1739. 
S.  of  Charles,  gent.,  of  Ipswich.  B.  in  Norwich.  Schools, 
Market  Rasen,  Lines.  (Mr  Haslehurst),  Watton  (private; 
Mr  Pigge)  and  Seaming,  Norfolk  (Mr  Brett).  Matric.  1739; 
Scholar,  1739-46;  B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1748.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1744;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1747.  Usher  of 
the  Perse  School,  Cambridge,  1747.  R.  of  Topcroft,  Norfolk, 
1764-97.  R.  of  Benacre,  Suffolk,  1766-76;  of  Onehouse, 
1776-97.  Died  Apr.  8,  1797.  Buried  at  Onehouse.  (D.N.B.; 
Venn,  it.  46.) 

DAVIE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Dec.  31, 
1582.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  in  London.  Schools,  Holt, 
Norfolk  and  Brentwood,  Essex.  Matric.  1582-3.  Readm.  as 
Fell. -Com.  1585. 

DAVIE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  7, 
1615.  S.  of  Henry  (1580),  gent.,  steward  of  Norwich.  School, 
Norwich.  Matric.  1615;  B.A.  1618-9.  Brother  of  Henry 
(1613).   (Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

DAVY,  EDMUND.   B.A.  1481-2;  M.A.  i486.   Proctor,  1489-90. 

DAVY  or  DAVID,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi, 
1647.  Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1651-2.  R.  of  Frostend- 
en,  Suffolk,  1660. 

DAVEY,  GEOFFRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  12,  1617. 
Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  King's  Lynn.  Bapt,  Sept.  15,  1602. 
Matric.  1617.  Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi,  1617.  B.A.  1620-1, 
as  Davys;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  19,  1624. 

DAVIE,  GREGORY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Caius,  May  3,  1595.  S.  of 
Christopher,  gent.,  of  Norfolk.  B.  at  Brinton.  Schools, 
Fakenham  and  Creake.  Matric.  c.  1595;  Scholar,  1595-1602; 
B.A.  1598-9;  M.A.  1602.  Fellow,  1603-5.  Will  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1605.   (Venn,  1.  156;  Vis.  of  Norfolk,  1563.) 

DAVEY,  HENRY.  B.Can.L.  1505-6.  Probably  R.  of  Boldon, 
Durham,  1525.   Died  1541. 

DAVIE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  27,  1580. 
S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Norwich.  School,  Norwich.  Matric. 
1580.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  21,  1580.  Steward  of 
Norwich,  1613-8.  Father  of  Christopher  (1615)  and  Henry 
(1613).  Died  i6i8.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1619.  (Km.  of  Norfolk; 
Venn,  i.  107.) 

DAVIE,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  c.  1593;  B.A. 
1595-6;  M.A.  1599.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Dengie,  Essex, 
1606-13.    Died  1613. 

DAVY,  HENRY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr.  17, 
1613.  Eldest  s.  of  Henry  (1580),  gent.,  of  Norwich.  School, 
Norwich.   Brother  of  Christopher  (1615).   (Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

DAVY,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  26, 1662.  Perhaps 
s.  of  James,  of  Lynn,  hatter.  Bapt.  Aug.  15,  1647.  Matric. 
1662;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1672.  R.  of  Watlington,  Norfolk, 
1670-1710.   Died  1710.   (Carthew,  Launditch,  in.  282.) 

DAVY,  JOHN.   B.Can.L.  1470-1. 

DAVY,  JOHN.   B.Can.L.  1481-2. 

DAVY  or  DAVID,  JOHN,   B.A.  1520-1. 

DAVYE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1555 
(impubes). 

DAVIE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Caius,  Easter,  1582. 

DAVIE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Michs.  1589. 

DAVIE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  10,  1597. 
S.  of  Robert,  citizen  of  Norwich.  School,  Norwich.  Migrated 
to  Corpus  Christi,  1597.  B.A.  1600-1;  M.A.  1604.  Licensed  to 
practise  medicine,  1609.  Of  Maidstone,  Kent,  M.D.  Died 
May  11,  1649.  Buried  at  Maidstone.  (Vis.  of  Norf.;  Venn,  i. 
162.) 

DAVY,  JOHN.  Adm.  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  19,  1616.  S.  of 
John,  gent.,  of  Kenninghall,  Norfolk.  School,  Roydon 
(Mr  Hall).  Matric.  1616;  Scholar,  1617-20;  B.A.  1619-20; 
M.A.  1623.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  1622.  V.  of  Kenninghall, 
1634-45;  sequestered.  Buried  at  Kenninghall,  July  12,  1684. 
(Venn,  i.  233.) 


Da  VIE,  William 

DAVY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  June  20, 1629.  S.  of 
James,  attorney-at-law,  of  Lynn,  Norfolk.  School,  Lynn 
(Mr  Laboume  and  Mr  Woodmansey).  Matric.  1629;  Scholar, 
1629-36;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln); 
priest  (Norwich)  June  12,  1642.  Probably  C.  of  Wormegay, 
Norfolk,  1637.  R.  of  Heydon,  1645.  Buried  there  Apr.  18, 
1651.  Will  (Norwich)  1651.  (Died  1647,  aged  39;  according 
to  Blomefield,  in.  534.)   (Venn,  i.  290.) 

DAVIE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1634-5; 
Scholar,  1638;  B.A.  1638-9.  Fellow,  1645.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1641. 

DAVYE,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1667.  Matric.  from  Brase- 
nose,  Oxford,  July  15,  1652;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1655-6.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Frodsham,  Cheshire,  1663.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DAVY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  July  ir,  1685. 
Matric.  1687.  Possibly  the  same  who  matric.  from  St  Mary 
Hall,  Oxford,  Dec.  17,  1684;  s.  of  Laurence,  of  Cheriton, 
Devon. 

DAVY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  22,  1700. 
S.  of  Samuel,  harness  maker,  of  Ipswich.  B.  there.  School, 
Ipswich.  Matric.  1700;  Scholar,  1700;  B.A.  1704-5.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1706;  priest,  June,  1721.  C.  of 
Halvergate,  Norfolk.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  St  Mary, 
Whitechapel,  1750-6.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1756.  (Venn,  i. 
505.) 

DAVY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  3,  1739.  S.  of 
John,  surgeon,  of  Lowestoft,  Suffolk.  B.  at  Yarmouth. 
School,  Beccles  (Mr  Symonds).  Scholar  1739-45;  Matric. 
1740;  B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1746.  Fellow,  1747-63.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  22,  1745;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1746,  as 
C.  of  Lowestoft.  R.  of  Teversham,  Cambs. ,  to  1763;  of 
Lavenham,  Suffolk,  1763-92;  of  Bucklesham,  Suffolk.  Died 
Apr.  28,  1792.    (Venn,  11.  46.) 

DAVIE,  JONATHAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1619;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627. 

DAVY,  OSMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1557.  Of  Buckinghamshire.  B.A.  1560-1;  M.A.  from 
Trinity,  1564;  B.D.  1572.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1560. 
Fellow  of  Trinity,  1563.  University  preacher,  1570.  R.  of 
Wilby,  Suffolk,  1569-1609.   R.  of  Barking,  1579-1609. 

DAVY,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1493;  M.A.  1496.  Fellow  of  Queens', 
1497-8.  Perhaps  pens,  at  Gonville  Hall,  1500.  V.  of  Kirk- 
ham,  Lanes.,  1504.   R.  of  Norton,  Norf.,  1535. 

DAVIE,    RICHARD,     Matric.    pens,    from   Gonvillk   Hall, 

Easter,  1553. 
DAVY,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  18,  1662-3. 

Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A.  1670.  Perhaps 

of  Ditchingham,  Norfolk;  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1667. 
DAVIE,  ROBERT,  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1575;  B.A.  1577-8. 
DAVIE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Jan.  23, 1581-2. 

S.  of  Richard.    B.  at  Sawston,  Cambs.    School,  Mansfield, 

Notts.   Matric.  1582.    (Venn,  i.  113.) 
DAVY,  ROBERT,    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  3, 

1653-4.  S.  of  Matthew,  baker,  of  Braintree,  Essex.  B.  there. 

School,   Braintree   (Mr   Adamson).     Matric.    1653-4;    B.A. 

1657-8;   M.A.    1661.    V.   of  Gestingthorpe,   Essex,    1661; 

ejected,  1662. 
DAVYE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  16, 

1688.  S.  of  Robert,  merchant.  B.  at  York.  School,  Newton 

(private;  Mr  Denton).    Matric.  1688.    Adm.  at  the  Middle 

Temple,  Aug.   27,   1688.    Recorder  of  Norwich.    M.P.  for 

Norwich,  1698-1703.   Died  Oct.  1703. 
DAVY,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  2,  1700.    B.  at 

Norwich.    Matric.  1700.    One  of  these  names,  s.  of  Robert, 

of  the  Inner  Temple,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1701. 

DAVY,  SIMON,  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  30,  1620. 
S.  of  Simon,  citizen  of  Norwich.  Bapt.  at  St  Peter  Mancroft, 
Norwich,  Apr.  17,  1603.  School,  Norwich.  Matric.  1620; 
Scholar,  1620-7;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Norwich)  Jan.  4,  1628-9.  R-  of  one  mediety  of 
Seaming,  Norfolk,  1628.  R.  of  Ingoldisthorpe,  1638.  (Venn, 
1.  249.) 

DAVIE,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1623;  M.A.  1626.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb)  Dec.  24,  1625.  Perhaps  V.  of  Kenninghall, 
Norfolk,  1634-84.   Died  July  12,  1684,  aged  83. 

DAVY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1625.    Of 

Norfolk.    Matric.  1626. 
DAVY,  THOMAS,  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  20,  1679. 

S.  of  William,  tanner,  of  Swanton  Morley,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 

School,  Seaming  (Mr  Burton).    Matric.   1679,  ^  Davies; 

Scholar,  1679-84;  M.B.  1684.  Died  Mar.  23,  1692-3.  Buried 

at  Swanton  Morlev    M.I.   (Venn,  i.  462.) 
DAVY,  WILLIAM.    B.Can.L.  1519-20.   Gr.  for  D.Can.L.  1529- 

30;  but  not  admitted.  Prior  of  St  Martin's. 


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Davie,  William 

DAVY,  WILLIAM.  Fellow  of  King's  Hall,  I53I-43-  B.Can.L. 
1520-1.  V.  of  Shepreth,  Cambs.,  till  1536.  R.  of  St  Benet's, 
Cambridge,  1545.  Buried  at  St  Benet's,  Feb.  8,  1545-6. 
Will  (V.C.C).  He  left  a  sum  of  money  for  celebrating  his 
exequies  at  St  Benet's.   (Masters,  68.) 

DAVY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1606; 
B.A.  i6o8-g. 

DAVIE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  scholar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Nov.  2, 
1613.  S.  of  Henry,  gent.  Bapt.  at  St  Peter  Mancroft, 
Norwich,  Jan.  18,  1595-6.  School,  Thetford  (Mr  Jenkenson). 
Matric.  1614;  B.A.  1617-8;  M..'^.  1621.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1621.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  8,  1630.  (Venn,  i.  223.) 

DAVY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  23, 
1648.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Beckley,  Sussex.  B.  there.  School, 
Tonbridge.  Matric.  1648. 

DAVY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  19,  1655-6.  Of 
Suffolk.  S.  of  William,  of  Isleham,  Cambs.,  gent.  School, 
Bury.  Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1659-60;  Scholar,  1660;  M.A.  1663. 
Fellow,  1662-6  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1663.  C.  of  Fen 
Ditton,  Cambs.,  1664.  Died  Nov.  15,  1667,  aged  26.  Buried 
in  the  CoUege  Chapel.  M.I.  there.  Will  proved  (V.C.C). 
(Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iii.  124;  A.  Gray.) 


DAVY, 
DAVY, 
DAVY, 
DAVY, 


B.A.  1518-g. 

B.A.  1534-S. 

Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1575. 

Sizar  at  Peterhouse,  1599-1601. 

DA  VIES,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  May  12, 

1729.  S.  of  Henry,  of  BuckereU,  Devon,  gent.  Matric.  1729; 
B.A.  1732-3.  Brother  of  John  (1719-20). 

DA  VIES,  EDWARD.    B.A.  from  Jesus,  1606;  M.A.  1610,  as 

Edmund.    Perhaps  R.  of  West  Clandon,  Surrey,  tiU  1625. 

Buried  there  Mar.  13,  1625.  But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contem- 

por£ury. 
DAVIS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  15, 

1637.    S.  of  Edward,  yeoman,  of  Eye,  Suffolk.    B.  there. 

School,  Eye  (Mr  Hall).  Matric.  1637-8;  B.A.  1641-2. 
DA  VIES,  EDWARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  2,  1690. 

Of  Suffolk.    Migrated  to  St  Catharine's,  Nov.   10,   1692. 

Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1694-5.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept. 

1695;  priest,  Sept.  1697. 
DAVIS,  EDWIN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June  30, 

1730.  S.  of  Jeremiah.  B.  at  Stroud,  Gloucs.  School,  Stroud. 
Matric.  1730;  Scholar,  1731;  B.A.  1733-4. 

DAVIES,  FRANCIS.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 

Oct.  17,  1683.    S.  of  John,  Fsq.    B.  at  Radwell,  Herts. 

School,  Chigwell,  Essex  (Mr  Davies).  Matric.  1684.  Perhaps 

adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  27,  1683. 
DAVIES,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  11, 

1 718.    S.   of  George,   druggist.     B.   at   Beverley.    School, 

Beverley  (Mr  Lambert  and  Mr  Johnstone).    Matric.  1719; 

B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1726;  B.D.  1733.  Fellow,  1725-48.  Ord. 

priest  (Lincoln)  June  4,  1732.  R.  of  Starston,  Norfolk,  1746- 

68.   Died  Nov.  5,  176S.   (Scctt-Mayor,  111.  316.) 
DAVIS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  25, 

1747.    S.  of  James,  gent.,  of  Berkshire.   B.  at  Hare  Hatch, 

Berks.   School,  Westminster.  Matric.  from  Queen's  College, 

Oxford,  July  i,  1748. 
DAVIS,  GERSON.    B.A.  1580-r  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).   S.  of 

Richard,  Bishop  of  St  David's.    Matric.  from  Brasenose 

College,  July  20,  1578,  age  19;  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1582. 

Preb.  of  St  David's,  1578;  of  Brecon,  1582.   V.  of  Penbryn, 

Cardiganshire,  1584.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
DAVIES,  GRIFFITH.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  25,  1677. 

Of  Carmarthen.   Matric.  1677;  B.A.  i68o-r.   Perhaps  adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  22,  1687,  as  GrifBn  Davis,  s.  of  Griffin, 

of  Drasleyne,  Carmarth.,  gent. 
DAVYS,  HATTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  20, 

1685.   From  Magdalene,  where  he  had  been  adm.  Apr.  12, 

1683.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Long  Stanton,  Cambs.  School, 

Eton.    Colleger,   1677-82.    Matric.   1683.    V.  of  AmweU, 

Herts.,  1694-1713.  Died  May  31,  1713.   M.I. 
DAVIS,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  c.  1596. 
DAVIES,  HENRY.  M.A.  1631  (Incorp.  from  Oxford);  B.A.  from 

Exeter  College,  Oxford,  1617;  M.A.  1620. 
DAVIS,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  10, 1726. 

S.  of  Henry,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric,  1726; 

Scholar,  1727;  B.A.  1729-30;  M.A.  1733;  B.D.  1742;  D.D. 

1749.   Fellow,  1732.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1733; 

priest,  June  i,  1740.    V.  of  Over,  Cambs.,  1745.    V.  of 

Trumpington,  1747-63.  R.  of  Fakenham,  Norfolk,  1763-70. 

WiU  (P.C.C.)  1770. 
DAVIS,  HUGH.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 

1668.  S.  of  Robert,  deceased,  of  Anglesey,  Wales.  B.  there. 

School,  Anglesey  (Mr  Owen).   Matric.  1668. 


Davies,  John 

DAVIES,  HUGH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Nov.  12,  1733. 
Matric.  1733;  Scholar,  1735.  Perhaps  ain.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  July  30,  1734,  as  s.  and  h,  of  Henry,  clerk,  of 
Caerhun,  Carnarvonshire. 

DAVIS,  HUGH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  May  7, 
1748.  Of  Flint.  B.  in  Anglesey.  Matric.  1748;  Scholar,  1748; 
B.A.  1752;  M.A.  1763.  R.  of  Aber,  Carnarvonshire.  Fellow 
of  the  Linnaean  Society,  1790.  Retired  to  Beaumaris,  in 
1813.  Learned  Botanist  and  author.  Died  Feb.  16,  1821. 
(D.N.B.) 

DAVIES,  HUMPHREY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1567.  Of  Warwickshire  (probably  of  Leamington  Hastings). 
B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575.  R.  of  Llanvyllin,  Montgomery, 
1571  (allowed  absence  at  Cambridge).  V.  of  Darwen,  1577. 
Founded  a  fellowship  at  Queens',  1607;  but  the  estate  was 
lost,  1642.  (Browne  Willis,  St  Asaph,  i.  384;  Cooper,  11. 
474) 

DAVIES,  ISAAC.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  i737-  Of  London. 
Matric.  1737;  B.A.  1740-1.  Perhaps  R.  of  Caldecot,  Herts., 
1747-89.  Died  1789.  Will  (P.C.C),  as  of  Edworth,  Beds. 

DAVIES,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  2, 1687. 
S.  of  James,  R.  of  Barton  Mills,  Suffolk.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  1687;  Scholar,  1688;  B.A.  1690-1.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Sept.  1693.  Doubtless  V.  of  Cavenham,  Cambs., 
and  R.  of  Tuddenham,  Suffolk. 

DAVIES,  JAMES.  M.A.  from  King's,  1726.  Of  Jesus  College, 
Oxford.  Probably  s.  of  Daniel,  of  Llanfair  ar-y-Bryn,  Car- 
marthen. Matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  24, 
1714-5,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1718-9.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DAVIES,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  18,  1730.  B.  at 
Dunchurch,  Warws.  Matric.  1730. 

DAVIES,  JOHN  (1536-7),  see  DAWES. 

DAVIS,  JOHN.  M.A.  1584  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  John, 
of  London.  B.A.  from  Gloucester  Hall,  1577;  M.A.  1581. 
Knighted  for  his  services  at  Cadiz,  1596.  Surveyor  of  the 
Ordnance,  1598.  An  eminent  mathematician.  Implicated  in 
the  plot  of  the  Esurl  of  Essex;  condemned,  but  pardoned. 
Died  at  Pangboume,  Berks.,  May  14,  1625.  Buried  at 
Berecourt.  Will  (P.C.C; /o.  69,  Hele)  1626.  (Al.  Oxon.) 

DAVIS,  JOHN.   M.A.  from  Jesus,  1608. 

DAVIS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1622; 
B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  June,  1629,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  John,  Knt.,  of  Pang- 
boume, Berks.   If  so,  s.  of  the  last  but  one. 

DAVIS,  JOHN.  B.A.  1627  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 

DAVIES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  3,  1636. 
S.  of  Evans.  B.  at  Thurleigh,  Beds.  School,  Clapham,  Beds. 
(Mr  Crawley).  Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1639-40.  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Pitsea,  Essex,  1656-9.  V.  of  Homdon-on-the- 
Hill,  1659.    Died  1662. 

DAVIES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  29, 
1642.  S.  of  John,  R.  of  Garthbeibio,  Montgoms.  B.  at 
Cherbury,  Salop.  School,  Shrewsbury.  Matric.  1642.  Twin- 
brother  of  Peter  {1642). 

DAVIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  May  14,  1646.  S.  of 
William,  of  Kidwelly,  Carmarthens.  B.  there,  May  25,  1625. 
School,  Carmarthen.  Matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Oxford, 
June  4,  1641,  age  16;  B.A.  (Cambridge)  1646;  by  incorpora- 
tion from  Oxford.  Buried  at  Kidwelly,  July  22,  1693.  (Al. 
Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

DAVIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  June  21, 
1649.  Of  London.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1649 ; 
Scholar,  1650;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656.  Perhaps  R.  of  West 
Leake,  Notts.,  1667.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  St  James, 
Dover,  1656-62;  ejected. 

DAVIES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  July  3,  1651.  Of 
Leicestershire.  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1654-5.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1657-8. 

DAVIES,  JOHN.  B.D.  1668  (Lit.  Ree.).  Matric.  from  Balliol 
College,  Oxford,  July  25,  1655;  B.A.  1665.  Created  D.D. 
(Oxford)  1670.  R.  of  Heydon,  Essex,  1676.  R.  of  Little 
Chishall,  1684.  Died  Oct.  4,  I7i7,  aged  82.  WUl,  P.C.C. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Hunsdon,  Herts.,  1661-78.  (Al. 
Oxon.) 

DAVIES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Pembroke,  Jan.  13,  1681-2. 
(Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  Apr.  r,  1679.  age  17-) 
S.  of  John,  of  St  HUary,  ComwaU,  gent.  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A. 
1687.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Wharton,  Lanes.,  1711-4- 
Died  1714. 

DAVIES,  JOHN  (JONES).  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Nov.  8,  1684, 
as  John  Davies  Jones.  Matric,  as  John  Jones.  S.  of  David 
Jones.  B.  at  Dolgelley.  School,  Llanigryn  (Mr  Owen  Jones). 
B.A.  i688-g,  as  John  Jones. 


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Da  VIES,  John 

DAVIES,   JOHN.    Adm.  pens,   (age   17)   at  Trinity,   Feb.   i, 
1685-6.    3rd  s.  of  Mutton,  of  Gwysaney,  Flints.    School, 
Westminster.    Matric.   1685-6.    Adm.   Fell.-Com.   Apr.   27, 
1688;   M.A.   1690  {Com.   Reg.);  D.D.   1715.    Adm.  at  the 
Inner   Temple,    1686.     Fellow   of    Peterhouse,    1690-1704. 
(Evidently  this  man,  and  not  the  last,  as  inT.  A.  Walker.) 
Ord.  deacon,  1690.    Presented  to  Cherry  Hinton,  Cambs., 
1691,  but  not  instituted.    Preb.  of  St  Asaph,  1697.    Preb.  of 
Hereford,  1711.    R.  of  Kingsland,  Hereford.    V.  of  Kerry, 
Montgom.,  1717.    Precentor  of  St  David's,  i7i7-    Married 
Honora,  dau.  of  Ralph  Sneyd,  Esq.   Died  at  Bath,  Dec.  14, 
1732.   Buried  at  Kingsland.   M.I.  there.  Brother  of  Richard 
(1692),  father  of  Sneyd  (1728).   (Burke,  L.G.;  Browne  Willis, 
St  Asaph,  I.  195.) 
DAVIES,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  8,  1695.  B.  in 
London,  1679.    School,  Charterhouse.    Matric.   1695;  B.A. 
1698-9;  M.A.   1702;  LL.D.  1711;  D-D-   I7i7  (Com.  Keg.). 
Fellow,  1701-12.  Junior  Proctor,  1709-10.   President,  1717- 
32.    Vice-ChanceUor,  1725-6-    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  21, 
1711;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1711.   Chaplain  to  Bishop  Moore,  of 
Ely.  R.  of  Fen  Ditton,  Cambs.,  1711-32.  Preb.  of  Ely,  1711- 
32.   R.  of  Glemsford,  Sufiolk,  1712-9-  Author.  Died  Mar.  7, 
1731-2,    Will   (P.C.C.)    1735.    {Qtieens'   Coll.   Htst.,   237; 
D.N.B.) 
DAVIES,  JOHN.   Incorp.  B.A.  1698,  from  Jesus  CoUege,  Oxford. 
Probably  s.  of  Henry,  of  '  Gragge,"  Salop,  gent.  Matric.  from 
Jesus  College,  Oxford,  June  8,  1693,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1697;  M.A.  1700;  B.D.  1701.    R.  of  Bucknell,  Salop,  1702. 
R.  of  Pitchford.    Buried  at  Pitchford,  Mar.  2,  1741-2.    (Al. 
Oxon.;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  v.  188.) 
DAVIES,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Oct.  16,  1712.    S.  of 
William  (1671),  deceased,  R.  of  Abington,  Northants.  Bapt. 
there,  Nov.  18,  1695.    Matric.  1713;  Rustat  Scholar;  B.A. 
1716-7;  M.A.  1720.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  21,  1718; 
priest,  Dec.  20,  1719. 
DAVIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  1,  1712. 
S.  of  Henry,  deceased.    B.  in  London.    School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  Matric.  1712;  B.A.  171&-7;  M.A.  1720    Ord.  priest 
(London)  Dec.  20,  1719.   Perhaps  R.  of  Barking  and  Darms- 
den,  Suffolk,  1722.    One  of  these  names  V.  of  Brampton, 
Hunts.,  1737-43,  and  R.  of  Sawtry  St  Andrew,  1743-67.  Died 
1767.   Will,  P.C.C. 
DAVIES,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Jan.  23, 
1719-20.    S.  of  Henry,  of  Buckerell,  Devon,  gent.    Matric. 
1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1728.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  i, 
1723-4;  priest  (Exeter)  Sept.  25,  1726.   V.  of  Stockland  w. 
Dalwood,  Devon,  1726-47.   Chaplain  to  Earl  Poulet.   V.  of 
Axmouth,  Devon,  1746.   Brother  of  Charles  (1729)-    (F-  S. 
Hockaday.) 
DAVIES,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  June  3, 
1721.   Of  Salop.   Probably  s.  of  John  (1685-6),  R.  of  Kings- 
land,   Heref.    School,   Westminster.    Scholar,    1721.     Died 
Sept.  5,  1735,  aged  31.  M.I.  at  Kingsland.  Brother  of  Sneyd 
(1728). 
DAVIES,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1731;  B.A.  of  Magdalen 
Hall,  Oxford.    (Probably  s.  of  Dav.  Jones,  of  Ystrad,  Car- 
digan.) Matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  19,  i7i3-4i 
age  19;  B.A.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  Mar.  18,  1718-9. 
{Al.  Oxon.) 
DAVIES,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  23,  i737.   Of 

Wales.  Matric.  1737. 
DAVIES,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  King's,  1738.  S.  of  David,  of 
Trawsfynydd,  Camarvs.  Matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Oxford, 
Mar.  i8,  1718-9,  age  18;  B.A.  from  St  Edmund  Hall,  1722-3. 
One  of  these  names  (M.A.)  V.  of  Fawsley,  Northants.,  1738- 
65.  Buried  there  1765.  {Al.  Oxon.) 
DAVIES,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Magdalene,  June  24,  1673- 
S.  of  Joseph,  merchant,  of  Wisbech.  School,  Wisbech. 
Matric.  1673.   Will  proved,  P.C.C,  1682. 

DAVIS,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  16,  1721. 
S.  of  George,  of  'Holford,'  Cheshire.  School,  Macclesfield 
(Mr  Allen).  Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1724-5;  M.A.  1736.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  18,  1726.  C.  of  Swafiham  Bulbeck, 
Cambs.,  1728.  V.  of  Stoke  Nayland,  Suffolk,  1730-51.  V.  of 
Gt  Wilbraham,  Cambs.,  1736.  R.  of  Barton  Mills,  Suffolk, 
1751.  V.  of  Bottisham,  Cambs.,  1758-63.  Died  May  5, 
1763.   Buried  at  Bottisham.   M.I.  Will,  P.C.C. 

DAVYES,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  i,  1670; 
B.A.  1673-4. 

DAVYS,  OWYN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1561.  Of 
Wales.  B.A.  1566;  M.A.  from  Queens',  1569;  B.D.  1577. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Oct.  lo,  1576. 

DAVIES,  OWEN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Mar.  11,  i653-4-  Of 
Wales.  Matric.  1654;  Scholar,  1657;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1662. 
V.  of  St  Ippolytes,  Herts.,  1670-7.  Died  1677.  (The  Preb. 
of  Bangor  was  probably  his  Oxford  contemporary.)  {Al. 
Oxon.) 


Davies,  Theophilus 

DAVIES,  OWEN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  i735;  B.A. 
1739-40.  V.  of  South  Stoneham,  Hants.,  1744.  R.  of  Exton. 
C.  of  St  Mary's,  Southampton,  1747-94.  Died  Sept.  30,  i794. 
{Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  3rd  S.,  11.  20.) 
DAVIES,  PETER.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  29, 
1642.  S.  of  John,  R.  of  Garthbeibio,  Montgom.   B.  at  Cher- 
bury,  Salop.    School,  Shrewsbury.  Twin-brother  of  John 
(1642). 
DAVIS,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  June  20,  i74i. 
Of  Chester.  Matric.  1741 ;  B.A.  i744-5-  One  of  these  names, 
s.  of  Robert,  late  of  Llanerch,  Denbigh,  deceased;  adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  29,  1739-40. 
DAVIES,  PHINEAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  25,  1691.   Of 

Salop.    Matric.  1691;  B.A.  1694-5. 
DAVIES,  RANDOLPH.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  2,  1632-3. 
Of  Montgomeryshire.     Matric.    1633;   Scholar,   1634;   B.A. 
1636-7;  M.A.  1640.    V.  of  Meifod,  Montgom.,  1647-9;  de- 
prived; and  1660-97.   R.  of  Cwm,  1661-97. 
DAVYSE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1567. 
DAVIES,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Dec.  9,  1664. 

Matric.  1665. 
DAVIES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  June  10, 
1671.    S.  of  Randolph,  clerk,  of  'Peniarth,'  Montgom.    B. 
there.   School,  Shrewsbury.   Matric.  1671. 
DAVIES,   RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,   (age   z7)  at  Peterhouse, 
July  2, 1692.  Of  Denbighshire.  5th  s.  of  Mutton,  of  Gwysaney 
and  Llanerch.  School,  Ruthin.  Scholar,  1693;  Matric.  1694; 
B.A.  1695-6;  M.A.  1699.   Fellow,  1699-1702.  V.  of  Ruabon, 
Denbighs.,  1706-46.   Preb.  of  St  Asaph,  1710.  R.  of  Kilken, 
1721-46.    R.  of  Erbistock.    Preb.  of  Brecon.     Preb.  of  St 
David's,  1723.    Archdeacon  of  St  David's,  1737-46-   Bene- 
factor to  Peterhouse,  and  to  Ruabon  School.  Died  May  25, 
1746.    Buried  at  Mold.     M.I.   Brother  of  John   (1685-6). 
(Browne  Willis,  St  Asaph.) 
DAVIES,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Aug.  19,  1726. 
Of  Salop.  Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1730-1;  M.A.  1734;  M.D.  1748- 
Fellow,  1730-40.    F.R.S.   1738.    Practised  at  Shrewsbury, 
afterwards  at  Bath.  Author,  medical.  Died  at  Bath.  Buried 
there  Dec.  25,  1761.  WiU,  P.C.C.   {D.N.B.) 
DAVIS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Oct.  19, 
1733.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Shrewsbury.  School,  Shrewsbury. 
Matric.  1735;  B.A.  1737-8.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1740. 
DAVIES,  ROBERT.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Mar.   13, 
1655-6.    Of  Wales.    Perhaps  s.  of  Robert,  of  Gwysaney, 
Flints.,  Esq.   Bapt.  at  Mold,  Apr.  15,  1639.   Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Nov.  26,  1658.    Of  the  Guard  of  Horse  to  Charles  II, 
Died  Nov.  8,  1668,  aged  28.   (Burke,  L.G.) 
DAVYES,  ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Jan.   20, 

1661-2.   Of  Norfolk.   Matric.  1663. 
DAVIES,  ROBERT.    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  23,  1680. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Mutton,  of  Llanerch,  Denbs.,  Esq.;  adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1677-  High  Sheriff  for  Flints.,  1704.  Died 
July  8,  1710.    If  so,  brother  of  John  (1685-6)  and  Richard 
"(1692). 
DAVIES,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  28, 
1716.  S.  of  Francis,  collector  of  taxes.  B.  at  Ruthin,  Denbigh. 
School,  Shrewsbury.  Matric.  1716;  B.A.  1719-20- 
DAVIES,  ROGER.   M.A.  from  King's,  1724-   S.  of  William,  of 
Lampeter,  Pembs.,  gent.    B.  Mar.  5,  1686-7.    Matric.  from 
Jesus  College,  Oxford,  Jan.  16,  1702-3,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1706.    Master  of  Carmarthen  School,   1724.    R.  of  Rhos- 
crowther,  Pembs.,  1724.  Probably  preb.  of  St  David's,  1733. 
{At.  Oxon.) 
DAVYS,  SIMON,  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Caios,  June  13,  1566. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Howden,  Yorks.  School,  Howden.  Brother 
of  Thomas  (1556). 
DAVIES,  SNEYD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1728. 
S.  of  John  (1685),  R.  of  Kingsland,  Hereford.  B.  at  Shrews- 
bury, 1709.    Matric.  1729;  B.A.  1732-3;  M.A.  1737;  D.D. 
1759.    FeUow,  1732.   Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  1733-   Chaplain 
to  Comwallis,  Bishop  of  Lichfield.   Canon  of  Lichfield;  and 
Master  of  St  John's  hospital  there.    R.  of  Kingsland,  Here- 
ford, 1732.  Archdeacon  of  Derby,  1755-69-  Author,  poetical. 
Died  Jan.  20,  1769.  M.I.  at  Kingsland.   Probably  brother  of 
John  (1721).   {D.N.B.;  Browne  Willis,  St  Asaph,  I.  196.) 
DAVIS,  STAPLETON.  Adm.  at  Clare,  Aug.  30, 1718.  Migrated 
to  Christ's,  Feb.  29,  1719-20,  age  22.    Previously  adm.  at 
Trinity  College,  Dublin,  Aug.  20,  1717.   S.  of  John.    B.  at 
Montserrat.  School, Westminster.  Matric.  1719; B.A.  1721-2. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1723-  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  17, 1727- 
8.  Went  out  to  the  Leeward  Islands,  Nov.  12,  1729.  {Peile, 
n.i97-) 
DAVYS,  THEOPHILUS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  22, 
1702.     Of   Nottinghamshire.     Matric.    1702;   B.A.    1705-6. 
Died  in  College.  Buried  Mar.  20,  1708. 


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DAVYS,  THOMAS.  LL.D.  1548,  from  St  John's.  B.  at  Llan- 
bedr-y-Cennin,  Camarvs.  (B.Civ.L.  at  Oxford.)  Perhaps 
B.A.  (Oxford)  1515-6;  M.A.  1521;  B.Can.L.  1530;  B.Civ.L. 
1535-6.  R.  of  Llanbedr-y-Cennin,  Camarvs.,  and  V.  of 
Caerhun,  1535.  Chancellor  of  Bangor,  1546;  deprived,  1554; 
restored,  1558.  Archdeacon  of  St  Asaph,  1558.  Bishop  of 
St  Asaph,  1561-73.  Benefactor  to  Queens'  College.  Died 
Oct.  r6,  1573.  Buried  at  Abergele.  WiU,  P.C.C.  {D.N.B.; 
Cooper,  I.  319,  and  iii.  82;  Browne  Willis,  St  Asaph,  i. 
104.) 

DAVYS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1556. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Howden,  Yorks.  Scholar;  B.A.  1559-60. 
Migrated  to  Caius,  as  Fell.-Com.  June  26,  1564,  age  27.  One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Shelfhanger,  Norfolk,  1579-80.  Brother 
of  Simon  (1566).    {Venn,  1.  54.) 

DAVIES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1572. 
B.  at  Caerhun,  Carnarvon.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  28, 
1579;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1579. 

DAVIES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  23,  1575.  Of 
Wales. 

DAVIES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1577. 
Of  London.  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584;  M.D.  1591.  Licentiate 
R.C.P.  1593.  Fellow,  1594.  Censor.  Lumleian  Lecturer, 
1607.  Buried  at  St  Dunstan-in-the-West,  Aug.  20,  1615. 
Will,  P.C.C.   {Munk,  I.  107;  Peile,  1.  141.) 

DAVIES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  24,  165 1.  Of 
London.  Probably  s.  of  John,  draper,  of  Old  Jewry,  London. 
School,  Westminster.  Scholar,  1651;  Matric.  1652.  One  of 
these  names,  of  Fumival's  Inn,  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  late  of 
Droitwich,  gent.,  deceased,  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  21, 
1653-4-  Sheriff  of  London  and  Middlesex,  1667-8.  Knighted, 
1667.  Mayor  of  London,  1676-7.  'Davies,  the  little  fellow, 
my  schoolfellow,  the  bookseller;  and  is  now  become  sheriff, 
which  is  a  strange  turn  methinks'  (Pepys,  Diary).  Died 
Mar.  1679-80.   Father  of  Thomas  (1704). 

DAVIES,  THOMAS.  Incorp.  M.A.  1665,  from  Jesus  College, 
Oxford.  Matric.  there,  Nov.  7,  1650;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1653; 
M.A.  1655-6.  Probably  ord.  priest  (Brian  Duppa,  Sarum) 
Mar.  12,  1658-9;  C.  of  St  Leonard,  Shoreditch,  in  1664. 

DAVYS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Nov.  8,  1675. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Mutton,  of  Llanerch,  Denbs.,  Esq.;  adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1677.  Died  1697.  If  so,  brother  of  John 
(1685-6),  Robert  (1680)  and  Richard  (1692). 

DAVIES,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1704.  S.  of  Sir 
Thomas  (1651),  sheriff  of  London,  Knt.  Matric.  from  Trinity 
College,  Oxford,  July  13,  i686,  age  15;  B.A.  from  Oriel 
College,  1690.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  13,  1687.  In- 
herited the  manor  of  Cressing,  near  Braintree,  Essex,  where 
he  shot  himself,  before  July  23,  1705.  {Al.  Oxon.;  Her.  and 
Gen.,  VI.  155,  357.) 

DAVIS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  July  12, 
1727.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Shepton  Mallet,  Somerset.  School, 
Wells  (^fr  Creyghton).  Matric.  1727;  B.A.  1731-2.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Ilminster,  Somerset,  till  1768.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1768. 

DAVYS,  WILLIAM  (1506-7),  see  DAWES. 

DA  VICE  or  DAVIS,  W.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  1564. 

3AVYS,  W.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1565. 

DAVIES,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1577. 
Of  Salop. 

DAVYES,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Oct.  16,  1596. 

Of  Camar\'onshire.    Matric.  c.  1596. 
DAVIES,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Oct.  21,  1650.   Of 

Denbighshire.   Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1654-5;  M.A.  1658. 
DAVIES,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  i,  1661-2. 

Matric.   1661-2;  Scholar,   1664;   B.A.   1665-6;   M.A.    1669. 

Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June,  1669. 
DAVIES,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  5,   i668. 

School,   Westminster.    Matric.    1668;   Scholar,   1669;   B.A. 

1671-2;  M.A.  1675.    Fellow,  1674. 
DAVIES,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  19,   1671. 

Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1675-6.    Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24, 

1676.    One  of  these  names  R.  of  Papworth,  Cambs.,  1689. 

R.  of  Abington,  Northants.,  1692-1709.   Died  1709.    Father 

of  John  (1712). 
DAVIS,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  28, 

1678.  S.  of  George,  deceased.  B.  at  Beverley,  Yorks.  School, 

Beverley  (Mr  Lambert).    Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A. 

1685.   Ord.  priest  (York)  Sept.  1685.  Perhaps  V.  of  Beverley, 

1683-92,  and  V.  of  Rudstone,  1692-1717.   Died  1717. 

DAVIES,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  King's,  1706.  S.  of  Hugh,  of 
Titley,  Hereford.  Matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Oxford,  Feb.  28, 
1699-1700,  age  21;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1703;  M.A.  (Incorp.  from 
Cambridge)  1709.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Aldbury,  Herts., 
1708-54.    Died  1754.   Will,  P.C.C.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

V.  A.  C.  II, 


Davison,  Jonathan 

DAVIS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  19, 
1743-  S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Lancashire.  B.  at  Exton. 
School,  Clitheroe. 

DAVYS, .    B.A.  1513-4. 

DAVIES,  .   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  27,  1645.   From 

Oxford. 
DAVIS, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  1734-5. 

DAVILL,  CHARLES.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1623; 
B..^.  1627-8;  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1631. 

DAVYLL,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 

1568. 
DAVIL,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1641.  Probably  brother  of  Thomas  (1641)  and  John  (1645-6). 
DAVILLE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1610; 

B..\.  1613-4. 
DAVILE,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  26, 

1645-6.  S.  of  Thomas,  attorney,  of  Kirkby  Fleetham,  Yorks. 

B.   there.    School,  Fleetham  (Mr  Smelt).    Matric.   1645-6; 

B..^.  1646-7;  M.A.  1650.   (Had  been  a  student  at  Edinburgh 

for  two  years  before  admission.) 

DAVILE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  21,  1733.  Matric. 
1733;  Scholar,  1736;  B.A.  1736-7.  Master  of  Doncaster 
School,  1737-43.  Perhaps  V.  of  Islington,  Norfolk,  1755- 
1800.  V.  of  WiggenhaUSt  Mary,  1755-1800.  R.  of  Boughton, 
1765-1800.   Died  Feb.  8,  1800,  aged  90. 

DAVILL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1572. 
S.  of  William,  of  Coxwold,  Yorks.  Migrated  to  Caius,  Apr.  25, 
1576,  age  19.   School,  Newburgh.   B.A.  1576-7;  M.A.  1580. 

DAVIL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1641.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Kirkby  Fleetham,  Yorks.; 
age  40  in  1665  and  brotherof  Henry  (164 1)  and  John  (1645-6). 

DAVYLL, .   B.D.  1482-3. 

DAVINE,  DANIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 
1652. 

DAVISON,  ANDREW.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1544-5.  as  B.A.  of 
Cambridge  (ikyxee  not  found).  Of  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  in 
1547.   'M..\.  from  beyond  the  seas.'   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DAVISON,  ASHTON.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1626; 
B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.   ('Anthony'  in  grace.) 

DAVISON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's, 
c.  1595.  Probably  s.  of  William,  Secretary  of  State;  and 
brother  of  Walter  of  the  same  date,  and  of  Francis. 

DAVISON,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  (age  12)  from  Em- 
manuel, Easter,  1586.  Doubtless  s.  of  William,  Secretary 
of  State.  B.  c.  1575.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  14,  1593. 
Travelled  abroad,  1595-7.  Author,  Poetical  Rhapsody,  etc. 
Probably  died  in  or  before  1619.   (D.N.B.) 

DAVISON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Oct.  25,  1609. 
Matric.  pens.  1609;  B.A.  1613-4. 

DAVISON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  21, 
1723-4.  S.  of  Thomas  (1681),  physician,  of  Durham.  School, 
Sedbergh.   Matric.  1724.   Brother  of  Robert  (1727). 

DAVISON,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  26,  1740-   Ot 

Norton,  Durham. 
DAVYSON,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Max.  1557-8. 

Perhaps  ord.  acolyte  at  Chester,  Sept.  1557.   {Peile,  i.  65.) 

DAVISON,  JOHN.  Resident  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  Aug. 
1564. 

DAVISON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1625. 

DAVISON,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  June 
3,  1679.  S.  of  Alexander,  Esq.,  deceased.  B.  at  Wynyard 
House,  Durham.  Bapt.  at  Grindon,  Mar.  29,  1664.  School, 
Coxwold.  Matric.  1679.  Of  Blakiston,  Esq.  Married  Mary, 
dau.  of  Sir  Richard  Musgrave,  Bart.  Died  Nov.  22,  1690. 
Buried  at  Norton,  Durham.  M.I.  Pedigree  in  Le  Neve's 
Knights,  101.    (Surtees,  Durham,  iii.  166.) 

DAVISON,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
May  30,  1665.  S.  of  Thomas,  merchant,  of  Newcastle, 
Northumberland.  B.  there.  Bapt.  at  St  Nicholas,  Jan.  14, 
1649-50.  School,  Newcastle  (Mr  Oxley).  Matric.  1665;  B.A. 
1668-9;  M.A.  1672;  B.D.  1679.  Fellow,  1670.  Ord.  pnest 
(London)  Feb.  24,  1677-8.  V.  of  Aldworth,  Berks.,  1687. 
Died  Oct.  6, 1690,  aged  40.  MI.  at  Norton,  Durham.  (Surtees, 
Durham,  lii.  157.) 

DAVISON,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  6,  1703.  S.  of  Timothy,  deceased.  B.  at  Beamish, 
Durham.  Bapt.  Dec.  29,  1686.  School,  Isleworth,  Middlesex 
(private;  Mr  Ellis).  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  2S,  1703-4.  Living,  1732.  Brother  of 
William  (1690).    (H.  M.  Wood.) 


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Davison,  Jonathan 

DAVISON,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  3,  1732- 
Of  Durham.    Matric.  1732-3-    Migrated  to  Jesus,  Feb.  15, 
1734-5.   Scholar.   Died  at  Norton,  Durham,  Nov.  8,  1788. 
(G.  Mag.) 
DAVISON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  15, 
1702.    S.  of  William,  deceased.    B.  at  Durham.    School, 
Durham  (Mr  Ross).   Matric.  1702;  B.A.  1705-6;  M.A.  1709. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  19,  1709;  C.  of  King's  Cliffe, 
Northante.     V.   of   Ellingham,   Northumberland,    I7I4-59- 
Died  Oct.  i,  1759.  Buried  at  Ellingham. 
DAVISON,  MORTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
23,  1739.    S.  of  William,  Esq.  (1690),  of  Durham.    B.  at 
Beamish.  Bapt.  at  Tanfield,  May  29,  1721.  School,  Durham 
(Mr  Dongworth).    Matric.  1739-    Married  Dorothy,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Younghusband,  of  Budle,  Durham.    Died  without 
issue.   Buried  at  Tanfield,  Durham,  Feb.  21,  i774-   Brother 
of  Thomas  (1740).  {Scott-Mayor,  in.  501;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
DAVISON,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs. 
1624.  Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  Alexander,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
Knt.    Bapt.  at  St  Nicholas,  July  11,  1609.    B.A.  1628-9. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  28,  1629.   Of  Thomley,  Durham, 
Esq.     Married,   at   Houghton-le-Spring,   Jan.    16,    1637-8, 
Timothea,  dau.  of  Sir  WiUiam  Belasyse,  Knt,  Died  Aug.  15, 
1684,  aged  74.    M.I.  at  St  Oswald's,  Durham.    Father  of 
William  (1655),  brother  of  Thomas  (1623).   (Le  Neve,  Mon., 
V.  56;  Vis.  of  Durham,  1666;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
DAVISON,  RALPH.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  9, 
1687.    S.  of  William  (1655),  Esq.    B.  at  Layton,  Durham. 
School,  St  Paul's,  London.   Matric.  1687;  B.A.  from  Trinity 
HaU,  1690-1.    Barrister-at-law.    Of  Elvet.    Buried  May  5, 
1699.    (Surtees,  Durham,  in.  167.) 
DAVISON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  May,  1569. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Holton,  Suffolk,  1574-85.  One  R. 
of  Kirby  Cane,  Norfolk,  1579-1619.   {Peile,  i.  no.) 
DAVISON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1602. 
DAVISON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  18, 
1677-8.   S.  of  Robert,  farmer.  B.  at  Warkworth,  Northum- 
beriand.    School,  Warkworth  (private;  Mr  Cogin).    Matric. 
1678;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685.    P.C.  of  Bamburgh,  North- 
umberland, 1690-1702.  V.  of  Warkworth,  1696-1702.  Died 
1702.   Buried  at  Warkworth. 
DAVISON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  1, 
1727.    S.  of  Thomas  (1681).    B.  at  Durham.    Bapt.  at  St 
Mary-Ie-Bow,  Nov.  25,   1708.    School,  Sedbergh.    Matric. 
1727.  Probably  V.  of  St  Giles',  Durham,  till  1742;  and  V.  of 
Croxdale,  1742-59.   Brother  of  George  (1723-4).  The  V.  of 
Ellingham,  Northumberland,  seems  to  have  been  an  Oxford 
contemporary.     {Scott-Mayor,   in.   407;   G.   B.    Routledge; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 
DAVYSON,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1566. 
DAVISON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  26, 1723. 
Of  Salop.    Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1730.    Fellow, 
1727.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  17, 1727-8;  priest,  Sept.  21, 
1729. 
DAVISON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Lent, 
1623-4.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Alexander,  of  Newcastle-on- 
Tyne,  Esq.  (afterwards  Knt.).    Bapt.  May  14,  1607.    B.A. 
1627-8.    Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  17,  1628.    Knighted, 
July  30,  1660.  Sheriff  of  Durham,  1661.  Died  May  23,  1667. 
M.I.  at  Norton.   Brother  of  Ralph  (1624). 
DAVISON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  12, 
1652.    S.  of  Thomas,  merchant,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.    B. 
there.     Bapt.   at   St   Nicholas,   Mar.   20,    1635-6.    School, 
Houghton-le-Spring.  Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1655-6;  M.A.  1659. 
Fellow,    1660.     Incorp.   at   Oxford,    1663.     V.   of   Norton, 
Durham,  1663-90;  deprived,  as  a  non-juror;  afterwards  con- 
formed. Married,  at  Durham  Cathedral,  Oct.  15,  1663,  Mary, 
dau.  of  Joseph  Naylor,  D.D.   Died  Dec.  15,  1715-   M.I.  at 
Norton.   Father  of  Thomas  (1681). 
DAVISON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  2, 
1658.   S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Harrington,  Lines.  B.  there. 
School,  Partney  (Mr  Booker),  Lines.   Matric.  1658. 
DAVISON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  8, 
1660.  S.  of  John,  deceased,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  B.  there. 
School,  Newcastle  (Mr  Fretevile).  Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1664-5; 
M.A.  1668.   Ord.  priest,  1665.   C.  of  Bamborough,  1665-90. 
Licensed,    Mar.    27,    1666,    to   marry   Elizabeth   Burtown. 
(H.  M.  Wood.) 
DAVISON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  23, 
1681    S.  of  Thomas  (1652).  B.  at  Norton,  Durham.  School, 
Durham  (Mr  Batterson).    Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A. 
1688.   Fellow,  1689-93.  Non-juror.   Extra-licentiate  R.C.P. 
1692.    Practised  for  many  years  in  Durham.   Died  Apr.  30, 
1724.  Father  of  George  (1723-4)  and  Robert  (1727)-   {Munk, 
I.  496.) 


Dawbney,  Rainor 

DAVISON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Magdalene, 
July  8,  1682.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Utterby,  Lines. 
School,  Alford.  Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1686-7.  Fellow,  1688. 
DAVISON,  THOMAS,  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  18, 
1731.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.  B.  at  Blakiston,  Durham.  Bapt. 
at  Norton,  June  19,  1712.  School,  Kirk-Heaton,  Yorks. 
(Mr  Clarke).  Matric.  1731.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
June  II,  1730.  Died  Feb.  5,  1756.  M.I.  at  Norton,  Durham. 

DAVISON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
27,1740.  S.  of  William  (1690),  of  Beamish,  Durham.  B.  there. 
Bapt.  at  Tanfield,  June  15,  1723.  School,  Durham  (Mr  Dong- 
worth).  Matric.  1740.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Dec.  8,  1743- 
Brother  of  Morton  (i739)- 

DAVISON,  WALTER.  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  King's,  1595. 
S.  of  WiUiam,  secretary  of  State.  B.  in  London,  Dec.  17, 
1581.  Afterwards  a  soldier  in  the  Netherlands.  Probably 
died  before  Dec.  1608.  Author,  Poems.  Brother  of  Francis 
(1586)  and  probably  of  Christopher  (i595)-  {Cooper,  in.  13; 
D.N.B.) 

DAVISON,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1491-2. 

DAVISON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1634;  B.A. 
1641-2;  M.A.  1661. 

DAVISON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1636.  S.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  deceased.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Nov.  1637.  Of  Homcastle,  Lines. 

DAVISON  or  DAVIDSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's, 
Easter,  1655;  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662.  One  of  these  names 
lecturer  at  Berwick-on-Tweed.  Buried  there  Dec.  18,  1672. 

DAVISON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs. 
1655.  Doubtless  s.  of  Ralph  (1624),  of  Wynyard,  Durham, 
Esq.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  i,  1656.  Barrister-at-law, 
1666.  Buried  Apr.  29,  1696.  Father  of  Ralph  (1687). 

DAVISON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene, 
Jan.  13,  1673-4.  S.  of  John,  of  Cambridge.  School,  Perse. 
Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept. 
1679- 

DAVISON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May 
22,  1690.  S.  of  Timothy,  gent.  B.  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne. 
School,  Houghton  (Mr  Stubbard).  Matric.  1690.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  12,  1691-2.  Barrister,  1700.  Died  Aug.  27, 
1734.  M.I.  at  Tanfield,  Durham.  Brotherof  Jonathan  (1703), 
father  of  Morton  (1739)  and  Thomas  (1740).  (Surtees,  n.  227.) 

DAVISON, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  1587-8. 

DAVISON, .  Adm.  FelL-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  1627. 

DAW,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  28, 
1666.  S.  of  George,  of  Drayton,  Somerset.  School,  Martock. 
Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1670-1. 

DAW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  25,  i745-  B.  in 
London.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of  the 
Inner  Temple,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1744. 

DAWANCE, .   Fee  for  B.A.  1466-7. 

DAWBER,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  May 

31  or  June  i,  1670.   S.  of  William,  deceased,  of  Kirton-ia- 

Lindsey,  Lines.  School,  Kirton.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4- 
DAWBER,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  RUgdalene,  Easter, 

1575- 
DAWBNEY,  ARTHUR.    Matric.  pens,  (age  13)  from  Peter- 

house,   Michs.   1576.    S.  of  Christopher,  of  Sharrington, 

Norfolk.  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583,  as  'Danby.'  Brother  of 

the  next,  and  of  Robert  (1581).   {Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 
DAWBNEY,  CLEMENT.  Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  3, 

1581.    S.  of  Christopher,  gent.    B.  at  Sharrington,  Norfolk. 

School,  Eye,  Suffolk.    Matric.  pens.   1581.    Adm.  at  the 

Middle  Temple,  Oct.  1 602,  as  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Sharrington , 

Norfolk,  late  of  New  Inn.  Buried  at  Swanton  Morley,  Oct.  8, 

1638.    {Venn,  i.  111.) 
DAUBNEY,  ISAAC.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  16,  1588. 

Matric.  1588,  as  Dawney. 
DAWBNEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1551. 

Of    Lincolnshire.     B.A.    1554-5;    M.A.    1561;    B.D.    1569. 

Fellow  of  Magdalene,  in  1561.    Fellow  of  St  John's,  1562. 

University  preacher,  1566.    Proctor,  1567-8.    Ord.  deacon 

(Ely)  June  8;  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1561. 
DAWBNEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1588. 

B.  at  Scotter,  Lines.,  1570.   B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1592-3; 

M.A.  as  'Dawbury,'  1598.    Ord.  priest  (Salisbury).    V.  of 

Calverton,  Notts.    R.  of  Scotter,  Lines.,  1605-10.   Admon. 

(Lincoln)  1610. 
DAUBNY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1631;; 

B.A.  1634-5.  Perhaps  R.  of  Brigsley,  Lines.,  1642. 
D'AUBENAY,  RAINOR.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c.  1360.  Proctor 

for  the  College  at  Rome    {Loder.) 


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Dawbney,  Robert 

DAWBNEY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1581.    Probably  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Sharrington,  Norfolk. 

Brother  of  Arthur  (1576)  and  Clement  (1581). 
DAWBUZ,  see  DAUBUZ. 

DAWES,  ABRAHAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1575;  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1587.  Ord.  priest 
(Colchester)  Apr.  6,  1602.    V.  of  Stutton,  Suffolk,  1602-15. 

DAWES,  DARCY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  May  4, 
1720.  S.  of  Sir  William  (1695),  Archbishop  of  York.  Matric. 
1721;  M.A.  1722.  Succeeded  as  baronet,  1724.  Died  Aug.  16, 
1732-  Will  (P.C.C.)  1734-  Left  a  son  WiUiam,  with  whom  the 
title  became  extinct  in  1741.   (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

DAWES,  DORMER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  4,  1694. 
Of  Salop.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  1701;  B.D.  1710. 
Fellow.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  29,  1701;  priest,  Dec.  21, 
1701.   V.  of  Sawston,  Cambs.,  1706-13. 

DAWS,  ED.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Lent,  1564-5. 
One  Edward  Dawes,  'preacher  and  blind,'  was  buried  at 
Berwick -on-Tweed,  June  20,  1578.  A  contemporary  in  ^/. 
Oxon. 

DAWES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  25, 
1742.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Solihull,  Warws.  B.  there.  School, 
Solihull  (Mr  Mashiler).  Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1745-6.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  June,  1747;  C.  of  Foulmere,  Cambs.  R.  of 
Elmdon,  Wanvs.,  1756-89.  V.  of  Radford  Semele,  1761-89. 
Died  Feb.  1789.    (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  529.) 

DAWES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  12,  1750.  Of  Middlesex.  S.  of  Francis.  Bapt.  Oct.  27, 
1733.  at  St  George's,  Hanover  Square.  School,  Charterhouse. 
Matric.  1751;  Scholar,  1751;  B.A.  1754;  M.A.  1757.  Fellow, 
1758.  Assistant  Master  at  Charterhouse,  1754.  Esquire 
Bedell,  1755-89-  Taxor,  1770.  Hanged  himself  in  the  bell 
ropes  of  the  College  Chapel.  Buried  at  Little  St  Mary's, 
Cambridge,  Oct.  2,  1789.  WiU,  P.C.C.  (T.  A.  Walker,  zaa- 
Al.  Carthus.)  >    »»■ 

DAWES,  JOHN.  B.A.  I53&-7;  M.A.  1540.  Probably  fellow  of 
Christ's  (as  Davys),  1540-1.  One  of  these  names  Master 
of  Ipswich  School,  1567-82.  R.  of  Stutton,  Sufiolk,  1570- 
1602.    (Peile,  I.  22.) 

DAWES,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1614-5. 

DAWES,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1620.   Of 

Hampshire.    B.A.  1624;  M.A.  1628.    Licensed  to  cure  of 

Martin  (?  Merton),  Surrey,  Oct.  31,  1629. 

DAWES,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter,  1659. 
Bapt.  at  Putney,  Feb.  i,  1643-4.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Mar.  8,  1658-9;  as  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Knt.,  of  Roe- 
hampton,  Surrey.  Gentleman  of  the  Privy  Chamber. 
Created  Bart.,  June  1,  1663.  Buried  at  Putney,  Dec.  5,  1671. 
Admon.  P.C.C.  Father  of  Robert  (1686)  and  WiUiam  (1695). 
(Bm)it,  Ext.  Bart.;  G.E.C.) 

DAWES,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1571;  B.A.  1574-5;  M.A.  1579.  Usher  of  Ipswich  School,  till 
1580.  V.  of  Wycombe,  Bucks.,  1592.  R.  of  Harlington, 
Midds.,  1599-1603.  R.  of  Luddenham,  Kent,  1604. 

DAWES,  LANCELOT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May 
15,  1664.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  High  Barton,  Westmorland. 
B.  there.  School,  Kendal  (Mr  Jackson).  Matric.  1664;  B.A. 
1667-8.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  13,  1665. 

DAWES,  OWEN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1578.  Matric. 
Michs.  1579. 

DAWES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Sept.  13, 
1 66 1.   Of  Leicestershire. 

DAWES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  25, 
1697.  S.  of  William,  of  Northants.  School,  Winchester. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25,  1698  (of  'Trinity  College')- 
priest,  Sept.  22,  1711  ('B.A.').  C.  of  Hazelbeach,  Northants., 
1698;  of  Maidwell;  and  of  Kelmarsh,  till  his  death.  Buried 
there  July  17,  1719.    (H.  I.  Longden.) 

DAWES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  18, 1725-6. 
Bapt.  at  Market  Bosworth,  June  27,  1709;  as  s.  of  Richard, 
maltster.  School,  Market  Bosworth.  Matric.  1726;  B.A. 
1729-30;  M.A.  1733-  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1735-49.  Fellow, 
1731-  Master  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne  Grammar  School,  1738. 
Master  of  St  Mary's  Hospital,  Newcastle,  1738-49.  Retired 
from  Newcastle  school  1749,  to  Heworth,  where  he  died  Mar 
21,  1766,  aged  57.  M.I.  Great  Greek  Scholar.  Author,  Mtsce/- 
lanea  critica.  (D.N.B. ;  Surtees'  Durham,  11.  70;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

DAWES,  ROBERT.  Adm.  as  nobleman  at  St  Catharine's 
June  22, 1686.  S.  of  Sir  John  (1659).  LL.D.  1690  (Com.  Reg.). 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  27,  1688-9.  Succeeded  as 
2nd  Bart.,  1671.  Died  at  Cambridge,  1690.  Admon.,  P.C  C 
Brother  of  William  (1695).   (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  G.E.C.) 

DAWES  or  DAWSON,  THOMAS.   B.A.  1508-9. 


Dawling,  John 

DAWp,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens'.  Mar.  26  1668  Of 
Salop.  Matnc.  i668;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1675-  BD  168^ 
]^';yv^nf^f^'^-''^lt-  \°'  Ekon  CoSlie  SaJop,' 
iJi^sTaged  63."^   '  '^^'  ^^79-1715.  Died  Jan.  lo) 

DAWS,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1496-7. 

DAWES  or  DAVYS,  WILLIAM.   M.Gram.  1506-7. 

DAWES,  WILLIAM.  B.Civ.L.  1532-3.  V.  of  AU  HaUows 
Barking,  1542-65.  R.  of  All  Saints,  Maldon,  Essex,  1551-61' 
R.  of  Rivenhall,  1560-5.  Died  1565.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1565.      " 

DAWES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  7,  1591 

DAWES,  WILLIAM.  M.D.  July,  1682  (Li(.  Reg.).  'Student  m 
one  of  our  Universities.'  Probably  matric.  from  AU  Souls' 
CoUege,  Oxford,  1672.  Studied  at  Leyden;  admitted  there 
July  12,  1680.  M.D.  1680,  age  25.  Candidate  R.C.P.  1683' 
FeUow,  16S5.  Censor.  Elect.  ConsUiarius.  President' 
1712-6.  Retired  and  resided  in  Guernsey.  Died  Mar  o  1771' 
(Munk,  I.  437.)  *'    '•'■'■ 

DAWES,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1695.  S  of 
Sir  John  (1659),  of  Hocking,  Essex,  Bart.  B.  Sept.  12,  1671 
School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  from  St  John's,  Oxford 
July  I,  1687,  age  15.  Migrated  to  St  Catharine's,  1689.  DD 
1696  (Lit.  Reg.).  Master  of  St  Catharine's,  1697-1714  Vice- 
ChanceUor,  1698-9.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  1690.  Chaplain  to 
William  III,  1697;  and  to  Queen  Anne.  Preb.  of  Worcester, 
1698-1708  R.  and  Dean  of  Bocking,  Essex,  1699.  Bishop 
of  Chester,  1708-14.  Archbishop  of  York,  1714-24.  Married 
Frances,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  d'Arcy,  of  Braxted  Lodge,  Knt 
Died  Apr.  30,  1724.  Buried  in  St  Catharine's  Chapel.  M  I. 
, /,''®A  Father  of  Darcy  (1720),  brother  of  Robert  (1686). 
(Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

DAWES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  2, 
1703.  S.  of  Thomas,  Sheriff  of  KUdare,  Ireland.  B.  in  London. 
School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7;  M.A. 
1714-  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  29, 1707-8;  priest.  Mar.  15I 
171X-2.  C.  of  Furthoe,  Northants.,  1708.  One  of  these  names, 
of  Shalford,  Essex,  clerk.  WiU  (Comm.  C.  Essex)  1752. 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DAWES, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1576. 

DAWES,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  13, 

1715-6-    Of  London.    Matric.  1716;  B.A.  1719-20.    Ord. 

priest  (London)  Dec.  20,  1724. 

DAWES, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1580. 

DAWGHS  or  DAUGES,   JOSEPH.    Adm.   pens,   at   Queens', 

June  5,  1654.    Of  Essex.    Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A. 

1661.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  19,  1662.  Probably  R.  of  Little 

Bardfield,  Essex,  1665.    Died  1666. 
DAWGHS  or  DAWG,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  1651. 

Of  Essex.    S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Loughton,  Essex,  Esq. 

Matric.  Lent,  1653-4;  B.A.  1655-6.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 

Oct.  29,  1655. 

DAWKES,  THOMAS.  Student  of  Pembroke.  B.  at  SouthweU, 
Notts.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  Jan.  24,  1559-60,  age  23. 

DAWKYN,  EDMUND.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1584. 

DAWKYN,  JEREMY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  16, 
1690.  S.  of  Jeremy,  gent.  B.  at  Ynysawdre,  Glamorganshire. 
School,  Swansea  (Mr  Davys).   Matric.  1691. 

DAWKINS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
26,  1673  S.  of  Rowland,  of  Swansea,  Glamorgan.  B.  there. 
School,  Swansea  (Mr  Davys).  Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1676-7; 
M.A.  1680;  B.D.  1688.  FeUow,  1680-1717;  ejected  as  non- 
juror. 

DAWKINS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  June 
23,1669.  S.  of  Jenkins,  of  Co.  Carmarthen.  B.atLlangadock. 
School,  'Boxrood'  (?  Broxted).  Matric.  from  Christ's,  1669. 
Migrated  to  St  John's,  Oct.  25,  1669.  M.B.  from  St  John's, 
1674;  M.D.  1679.  Candidate  R.C.P.  1679.  FeUow,  1682. 
Gulstonian  lecturer,  1684.  Censor.  Died  in  great  poverty, 
Jan.  1690-1.  Buried  at  St  Catherine  Cree,  London.  Son-in- 
law  of  John  Smith,  M.D.,  who  died  in  1679.  (Munk,  i.  422; 
Peile,  II.  24;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DAWLING,  JOHN.  B.A.  1537-8;  M.A.  1541.  FeUow  of  St 
John's,  1538. 

DAULING,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1661.  Of  Kent. 
Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1669.  Signs  for  deacon's 
orders  (London)  Sept.  19,  1668;  for  priest's.  May  25,  1670. 
R.  of  Ringwould,  Kent,  1679-1727.  R.  of  Alkham,  till  1727. 
Died  1727.  One  of  these  names,  of  Westerham,  Kent;  adm. 
at  the  Inner  Temple,  1662.  (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DAWLINGE  or  DAULINGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel, 
June  14,  1688.  Of  Kent.  Doubtless  s.  of  the  above.  Matric. 
1688;  B.A.  1691-2;  M.A.  1695.  Ord.  priest  (London)  July  21, 
1695.  V.  of  EweU  and  .Alkham,  Kent,  succeeding  his  father. 
Father  of  the  next. 


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Davvling,  John 

DAWLING,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  12,  1734-5- 
Afterwards  Fell. -Com.  Of  Kent.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  John 
above,  clerk,  of  Alkham.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov. 
1734. 

DAWLING  or  DAWLYN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at 
Christ's,  Feb.  11,  1631-2.  S.  of  Richard,  mercer.  Bapt.  at 
Westerham,  Kent,  June  22,  1615.  School,  Westerham 
(Mr  Walter).  Matric.  1632;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.  R.  of 
Frinsted,  Kent,  1645.  R.  and  patron  of  Ringwould,  Kent, 
till  his  death,  1679.  Perhaps  father  of  John  (1661).  (Peile, 
1.  416.) 

DAWNET  or  DAWNYLL, .  A  friar.   D.D.  1485-6.   Perhaps 

Danet,  chaplain  to  the  King.    (See  Gr.  Bk,  A,  138.) 

DAWNEY,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Oct.  6, 
1637.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  John,  late  of  Womersley,  Yorks., 
Esq.  B.  c.  1620.  Matric.  1637.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  2, 
1639.  Succeeded  to  his  grandfather's  estates  at  Sessay  and 
Cowick,  Yorks.,  1642.  Created  Bart.,  May  19,  1642.  Died 
July  13,  1644.  Buried  at  Sessay.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1634) 
and  John  (1641).   {G.E.C.) 

DAWNEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  14, 
1634.  S.  of  Thomas  (1603-4),  R.  of  Salthouse,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  School,  Salthouse  (Mr  Woodmansey).  Matric. 
1634;  Scholar,  1635-9;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Sept.  20,  1640.  R.  of  Salthouse,  Norfolk,  1643. 
WiU  proved  (Norwich)  1676-7.  Father  of  John  (1667-8), 
brother  of  John  (1638).    (Venn,  I.  312.) 

DAWNAY,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  John's,  Mar.  14, 
1670-1.  S.  of  Sir  John  (1641),  Knt,  of  Cowick,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  at  Snaith,  Sept.  14,  1654.  School,  Cheam,  Surrey 
(Mr  Aldridge).  Deputy  Lieutenant,  East  Riding,  1687-8. 
Buried  at  Snaith,  Feb.  21,  1691-2.   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1666.) 

DAWNEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Nov.  8,  1638. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1603-4),  R.  of  Salthouse,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
School,  Holt  (Mr  Tallis).  Matric.  1639.  Brother  of  Edward 
(1634)- 

DAWNEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  17,  1641.  2nd  s. 
of  John,  of  Cowick,  Yorks.,  deceased.  Bapt.  at  Hooton 
Pagnel,  Jan.  25,  1624-5.  Matric.  1641.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Mar.  16,  1640-1.  Knighted,  June  2,  1660.  M.P.  for  Yorks., 
i66o;  for  Pontefract,  1661-87,  1689.  Created  Viscount 
Downe,  Feb.  19,  1680-1.  Sat  in  the  Irish  Parliament  of 
James  II,  in  1689.  Died  Oct.  i,  1695.  Buried  at  Snaith. 
Brother  of  Christopher  (1637)  and  Thomas  (1634),  father  of 
George  (1670).   (G.E.C;  A.  Gray.) 

DAWNEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  July  21,  1647.  Of 
Radnorshire. 

DAWNEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  17, 
1667-8.  S.  of  Edward  (1634),  R.  of  Salthouse,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  Schools,  Holt  (Mr  Mazey)  and  Nonvich.  Matric. 
1668;  Scholar,  1668-75;  B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  i675-  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Aug.  1675;  priest  (Ely)  Oct.  3,  1675.  R. 
of  Roydon,  Norfolk,  1675-1704;  of  Caston,  1691-1704.  (Venn, 
I-  433-) 

DAWNAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Jan.  12,  1690-1. 
Of  Yorkshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  late  of  Selby,  Yorks., 
Esq.  Bapt.  there,  Mar.  18,  1674.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb. 
II,  1690-1.   Perhaps  M.P.  for  Aldborough,  Yorks.,  1713-15. 

DAWNEY,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  c.  Apr.  1724. 

S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Roydon,  Norfolk.    B.  there.    Schools, 

Botesdale  (Mr  Maboume)  and  Norwich  (Mr  Reddington). 

Matric.   1724;  Scholar,  1724-30;  B.A.   1727-8;  M.A.   1731. 

Fellow,  1730-53.   Proctor,  1746.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar. 

24i  1730;  priest  (Norwich)  June  4,  1732.  R.  of  Long  Stratton, 

Norfolk,  and  St  Clement's,  Norwich,  1753-66.   Died  July  7, 

1766.    (Venn,  11.  20.) 
DAWNEY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  Caius,  Mar.  23, 

1603-4.   S.  of  John,  of  Little  Walsingham,  Norfolk.    Bapt. 

Oct.  6,  1588.   School,  Holt  (Mr  GiUott).    B.A.  1607-8;  M.A. 

1611.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  12,  1608-9.  R.  of  Sadthouse, 

1613-42.    Will  proved  (Norwich)  1642.    Father  of  Edward 

(1634)  and  John  (1638). 

DAWNEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Oct.  20,  1626.  Of 
Lancashire.   Matric.  1626,  as  Dawning;  B.A.  1631-2. 

DAWNEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
Apr.  19,  1634.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Cowick,  Yorks.  Bapt. 
at  Snaith,  Dec.  15,  1616.  Schools,  Wakefield  and  York. 
Matric.  1634.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  i,  1634.  Buried  at 
Snaith,  Apr.  19,  1639.  Brother  of  Christopher  (1637)  and 
John  (1641).    (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1666;  Surtees  Society,  xxxvi. 

lOI.) 

DAWNYE, .   B.A.  1455-6. 

DAWNY, .    Matric.  from  Trinity,  c.  1590. 

DAWNSER  or  DAUSER,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's, 
1592-3- 


Dawson,  George 

DAWNSER,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  1592-3- 

DAWNSER,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1563. 
Matric.  1563;  B.A.  1567-8;  M.A.  1571.  Fellow  till  1578. 
Held  a  lease  of  College  lands  at  Halstead,  Essex. 

DAWNCER,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1592; 
B.A.  1594-5;  M.A.  1598. 

DAWNSER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1557.  Matric.  1557-8.   Died  1559. 

DAWSON,  ABRAHAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1639;  B.A.  1642-3.  Perhaps  V.  of  Stannington,  Yorks., 
1689-96. 

DAWSON,  ALEXANDER.    B.Civ.L.  1494-5- 

DAWSON,  ALEXANDER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1588-9;  Scholar,  1590;  B.A.  1593-4;  M.A.  1597- 

DAWSON,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Chri.st's,  July  4,  1724. 
S.  of  William  (1691-2),  of  Langclifi  HaU,  Settle,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Giggleswick  (Mr  Carr).  Matric.  1724; 
Scholar,  1725;  M.B.  1730;  M.D.  1735-  F.R.C.P.  1737- 
Censor.  Physician  to  St  George's  Hospital,  1745  Retired 
to  his  estate  of  Langcliff  HaU,  1776.  Author.  Died  at 
Liverpool,  Dec.  23,  1794,  aged  88.  Buried  at  Bolton  in 
Craven,  Yorks.  M.I.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  i795-  (D.N. B.;  Peile,  u. 
209;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DAWSON,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Nov. 
21,  1748.  S.  of  Anthony,  attorney-at-law,  of  Yorkshire. 
B.  at  Azerley,  near  Ripon.  School,  Coxwold  (Mr  Midgeley). 
Matric.  1748.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  17,  1748-9- 
Barrister,  1762. 

DAWSON,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  14,  1720. 
B.  at  Wakefield,  Yorks.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric.  1720; 
Scholar;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727-  FeUow,  1724-38.  Re- 
ceived testimonial  for  deacon's  orders,  Dec.  10,  1724,  by 
Bishop  of  Gloucester.  R.  of  Fomham  All  Saints,  Suffolk, 
1738-45.   R.  of  Burgh.   Died  i745- 

DAWSON,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Oct.  2,  1634. 
S.  of  Charles,  of  Cambridge,  bookbinder.  School,  Perse. 
Matric.  1634-5.  Migrated  to  Caius,  Feb.  21,  1641-2,  age  25. 
B.A.  1641-2. 
DAWSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
Mar.  31,  1663.  S.  of  Josias.  B.  at  Langclifi,  Yorks.  School, 
Giggleswick.  Matric.  1663.  Of  Langclifi.  Married  Margaret, 
dau.  of  Sir  Thomas  Craven.  M.I.  in  Giggleswick  Church, 
dated  1695.  Father  of  WUliam  (1691).  (Peile,  i.  601;  Yorks. 
Bibliographer,  i.  166.) 
DAWSON,  DAVID.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1703.  S.  of  David,  husbandman.  B.  at  Allerthorpe,  Yorks. 
School,  Sherbum  (Mr  Baines).  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1708;  priest,  1709.  R.  of  Didsbury, 
Lanes.,  1709.  V.  of  Aberford,  Yorks.,  1716-33.   Died  1733. 

DAWSON,  EDWARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  18,  1613. 

Matric.  1613;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620.    Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1620.    Licensed  to  practise  physic,  1621.    M.B.  and  M.D. 

(Oxford)  1633.   F.R.C.P.  1634.   Died  Dec.  16,  1635.   (Mimk  , 

I.  218.) 
DAWSON,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,   1655. 

Of  Nottinghamshire.   Matric.  1655;  B.A.  1658-9. 

DAWSON,  EDWARD  COOKE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  ,St  Cath- 
arine's, Feb.  21,  1727.  S.  of  James,  of  Kendal,  Westmor- 
land, gent.  Matric.  1727,  from  Queen's  CoUege,  Oxford; 
admitted  there,  Feb.  20,  1721-2,  age  18;  M.B.  (Cambridge) 
1727.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  July  15,  1721. 

DAWSON,  GABRIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  8, 
1683.  S.  of  James,  shoemaker.  B.  at  Kendal,  Westmorland. 
School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1683.  C.  of  Pilling,  Lanes.,  1689. 
Died,  1692.  Admon.  (Archd.  Richmond)  1692.  (Sedbergh 
Sch.  Reg.,  131.) 

DAWSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  16, 
1655.  S.  of  William,  of  Lotherton,  near  Tadcaster,  Yorks., 
yeoman.  School,  Sherbum  (Mr  Clarke).  Matric.  1655,  as 
'Pawson';  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669. 
V.  of  Sunninghill,  Berks.,  1664-1700.  Author,  Origo  Legum. 
Buried  at  SunninghiU,  Oct.  5, 1 700.  Father  of  the  next,  Robert 
(1695)  and  Thomas  (1692).    (D.N.B.;  Ashmole,  Berks.) 

DAWSON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  3, 
1697.  S.  of  George  (above).  B.  at  SunninghiU,  Berks.  School, 
Eton.  Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1700-1;  M.A.  1704.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Mar.  12,  1703-4;  priest,  Feb.  17,  1705-6.  Minister 
of  Cowshete,  near  Woking  for  50  years.  Died  there  i755> 
aged  76.  M.I.  Brother  of  Robert  (1695)  and  Thomas  (1692). 
(Manning  and  Bray,  !.  151.)  (For  another  of  these  names 
see  Al.  Oxon.) 

DAWSON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1735; 
Scholar,  1735;  B.A.  1739-40.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  2, 
1739-40;  priest.  May  29,  1743.  V.  of  Rushden,  Herts., 
1750-70.  Died  1770.  (Peile,  n.  232.) 


Dawson,  Gilbert 

DAWSON,  GILBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1616.  Probably  s.  of  Robert,  of  Ripen.  B.A.  1620-1.  Adm. 
at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  1620. 

DAWSON,  GODFREY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1568;  B.A.  1571-2. 

DAWSON,  HENRY.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Lent,  1580-1. 

DAWSON,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  13,  1710.  Of 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1710-1;  Scholar,  17x2;  LL.B.  1715;  LL.D. 
1720.  Fellow,  1717-37-  Will  (P.C.C.)  1755;  of  Groton, 
Suffolk. 

DAWSON,  HUTTON.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1624;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.  R.  of  Sowton,  Devon,  1635; 
sequestered,  c.  1646. 

DAWSON,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  21, 
1737.  S.  of  William,  apothecary,  of  Lancashire.  B.  in 
Manchester.  School,  Salford  (Mr  Clayton).  Matric.  1737. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  23,  1733-4.  Joined  the  Pre- 
tender's forces,  becoming  a  captain  in  the  'Manchester 
Regiment.'  Taken  prisoner  at  Carlisle,  Dec.  30,  1745. 
Executed  on  Kennington  Common,  July  30,  1746.  (Scott- 
Mayor,  III.  488;  D.N.B.) 

DAWSON,  JOHN.  B.Civ.L.  1483-4;  D.Can.L.  1489-90.  Perhaps 

R.  of  Debden,  Essex,   1484-92.    Died  1492.    Will  (P.C.C.) 

1492;  of  St  Michael's,  Cambridge. 
DAWSON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1554. 

One  of  these  names,  s.  of  Henry,  of  Loughborough,  Leics. 

Bapt.  May  13,  1540.  Clerk.  Master  of  Loughborough  School. 

Buried  Feb.  24,  1615.    (Llew.  Jewitt,  The  Reliquary,  xvii. 

127.) 

DAWSON,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1617; 

B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624. 
DAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1625.  Of  Norfolk. 

B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633. 
DAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  25, 

1633-4,  from  Trinity.    S.   of  George,  Esq.    B.  at  Ripon. 

School,  Ripon  (Mr  Ri.  Palmes.) 

DAWSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  18, 

1639.   S.  and  h.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Swaby,  Lines.,  deceased. 

B.   there.    School,  Sleaford   (Mr  Trevilion).    Matric.   1637. 

Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  1641. 
DAWSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  30,  1662.    Of 

Suffolk.   Matric.  1662;  Scholar,  1664;  B.A.  1665-6;  'M.A.  of 

a  Dutch  University.'    P.C.  of  Blackley,  Lanes.,   1669-71. 

Perhaps  V.  of  Chediston,  Suffolk.  Buried  there  Sept.  4,  1684. 

(A.  Gray.) 

DAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  June  25, 
1679.  S.  of  John,  gent.  (?  apothecary  at  Framlingham;  died 
1687).   B.  at  Framlingham,  Suffolk.   Matric.  1679. 

DAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  July  7,  1693. 
S.  of  Thomas.  B.  in  Cambridge.  Matric.  1693;  Scholar, 
1694-5;  B.A.  1696-7.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  25,  1698. 

DAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  25,  1724-5. 
B.  in  Kent,  1706.  Matric.  1724-5;  B.A.  1728-9.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Dec.  21,  1729.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1767; 
of  Burton-on-Trent,  clerk. 

DAWSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  16, 
1738.  S.  of  John,  of  Lancashire.  B.  in  Rochdale.  School, 
Rochdale.  Matric.  I738;B. A.  1741-2.  Ord. priest  (Rochester) 
Sept.  23,  1744.  Perhaps  V.  of  Selling,  Kent,  1 761-2.  Died 
1762.    (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  494;  G.  Mag.) 

DAWSON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sr  John's,  Apr.  26, 
1653.  S.  of  Abraham,  clothier,  of  Leeds,  Yorks.  Bapt.  there, 
July  5.  1636.  School,  Bradford.  Matric.  1653.  Previously 
matric.  from  University  College,  Oxford,  May  29,  1652.  B.A. 
(Cambridge)  1656-7.  Ejected  from  Thornton  Chapel,  Yorks., 
1662.  Minister  at  Morley,  Leeds,  1688.  Died  June  26,  1709. 
Buried  at  Morley.   (Calamy,  11.  577;  F.M.G.,  g7;  Al.  Oxon.) 

DAWSON  ('DORSON'),  JOSIAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's, 
Mar.  12,  1689-90.  Doubtless  s.  of  Christopher  (1663),  of 
Langcliff,  Yorks.  Died,  aged  16,  before  coming  into  residence. 
Brother  of  William  (1691-2). 

DAWSON,  JOSIAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  23, 
1711-2.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Halton  Gill,  Yorks.  School, 
Giggleswick  (Mr  Armitstead).  Matric.  1712;  Scholar,  1713; 
B.A.  1715-6;  M.A.  1719.  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle)  Dec.  1717; 
priest  (London)  Mar.  1719-20.  V.  of  Giggleswick,  1719-30. 
Died  1730.    Father  of  William  (1741).    (Peile,  it.  178.) 

DAWSON,  JOSIAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Nov.  10,  1729. 
S.  of  Josias  (?  V.  of  Giggleswick).  B.  at  Halton  Gill,  near 
Settle.  School,  Giggleswick  (Mr  Carr).  Matric.  1729.  (Peile, 
II.  220.) 

DAWSONE,  LAMBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1566.  Probably  master  of  Kirkby  Ravensworth  School, 
Yorks.,  in  1593.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 


Dawson,  Thomas 

°^y(fi?\^^.^^^°J.V^.l*"?-  P^'^^-  fr°'°  St  John's,  Michs. 
1567;  B.A.  from  St  Cathanne's,  1573-4-  MA    is77    V   of 

Aspatna,  Cumberland.  1578-1610.  Died  i6io' 
DAWSON  LAURENCE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter. 
,S  'I'^^fi^"'?^'  '^'9;  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lichfield)  June  13,  1624.  V.  of  Uttoxeter,  1653-8  R  of 
Bramshall,  Staffs.,  1659-74-  Buried  there  Oct.  3",  1674. 
(Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915.) 
DAWSON,  MARK.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  26 
1694.  S.  of  Godfrey.  B.  at  Coverham,  Yorks.  School 
BumsaU  (Mr  Hey).  Scholar,  1694-5;  Matric.  1695:  BA 
1697-8. 

DAWSON,  MILES.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1584; 
B.A.  1588-9.  V.  of  Burton,  Westmorland,  1599-1622.  V.  of 
Bolton-le-Sands,  Lanes.,  1618. 

DAWSON,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1589- 

DAWSON,  PETER,  see  DANSON. 

DAWSON,  PHILIP  (1581),  see  DAWTON. 

DAWSON,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1577. 
Of  London.  B.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1580-1;  M.A.  1584;  B.D. 
from  Corpus  Christi,  1591;  D.D.  1601.  Fellow  of  Corpus 
Chnsti,  1586-97.  R.  of  Rotherhithe  ('Redriffe'),  Surrey, 
1594-1611.  R.  of  St  Mary  Abchurch,  1597;  and  Master  of 
St  Lawrence  Pountney,  London,  1597-161X.  Died  1611. 
Win,  P.C.C. 

DAWSON  or  DOWSON,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Cath- 
arine's, Easter,  1648.  Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  165 1-2;  M.A. 
1655.  Fellow.  Perhaps  s.  of  Marmaduke,  of  'Suncliffe  ' 
Yorks.,  gent.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  23,  1651-2. 

DAWSON,  RICHARD.  A  priest.  B.Can.L.  1519-20.  Will  of  one 
of  these  names  proved  (P.C.C.)  1548.    'Of  Thoresway,  Lines.' 

DAWSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter 
1570.  S.  of  William,  D.D.,  of  Holt,  Norfolk.  Schools, 
Reepham  and  Aylsham.  Migrated  to  Caius,  Oct.  26,  1571. 
R.  of  Reepham,  1574-94. 

DAWSON,  RICHARD.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Emmanuel,  1599,  as 
'Samuel';  B.A.  (?  1602-3);  M.A.  1606.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  21;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1606.  V.  of  Pinchbeck,  Lines., 
1609-18.   Will,  Lincoln. 

DAUSON,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  10,  1630.   Of 

Leicestershire.    Matric.  1631;  Scholar,  1633;  B.A.  1633-4; 

M.A.  1637.    Perhaps  R.  of  Congerstone,  Leics.,  1641.    Will 

(P.C.C.)    1652.     (Nichols   gives   George   Dawson   as   R.   of 

Congerstone,  1640;  sequestered.) 
DAWSON,  ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1544.    One  of  these  names,  V.  of  Ro.xby,  Lines.,  was  ord. 

priest  (Lincoln)  July  27,  1560;  'bred  in  the  schools.'    (Lib. 

Cler.  Line.) 

DAWSON,   ROBERT.    B.A.  from  St  John's,   1608-9.    B.   at 

Kendal,  Westmorland,  1589.   School,  Sedbergh.   M.A.  1612; 

B.D.  1620.    Fellow,  1609.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24; 

priest,  Sept.  25,  1615.   Chaplain  to  Lord  Deputy  of  Ireland. 

Dean  of  Dromore,  1623-7;  of  Down,  1623-7.    Precentor  of 

Connor,  1623-8.   Preb.  of  Lismore,  1624-6;  of  Dublin,  1627- 

30;    of   Clonfert,    1630-43.     Bishop   of  Clonfert,    1627-43. 

During  the  Rebellion  retired  to  England.    Author.   Died  at 

Kendal,  Westmorland,  Apr.   13,   1643.    Father  of  Robert 

(1635).    (Cotton,  Fast.  Hibern.) 
DAWSON,   ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,   from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1616;  B.A.  1620-1. 
DAWSON,   ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Lent, 

1620-1;  B.A.  1623-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  22,  1623-4; 

priest,  May  23,  1624.  Admon.  1644  (Lincoln)  of  one  of  these 

names;  of  Upper  Toynton,  Lines.,  clerk. 
DAWSON,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  (age  13)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  14, 

1631.    S.   of   Robert.     B.   at   Hertford.    School,   Hertford 

(Mr  Minors).     Matric.    1631;   B.A.    1634-5.     Died   Feb.   6, 

1636-7.    (Cussans;  Chauncy  gives  a  different  date;  Peile,  i. 

408;  for  a  contemporary  see  Al.  Oxon.) 
DAWSON,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Sept. 

10,  1635.    S.  of  Robert  (1608-9),  Bishop  of  Clonfert.    B.  at 

'Alderboume    Bottom,'    near    Uxbridge,    Bucks.     School, 

Sedbergh.    Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1639-40. 
DAWSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  5, 

1695.   S.  of  George  (1655),  clerk.    B.  at  Sunninghill,  Berks. 

School,  Shipton  (Mr  Hodson).    Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1698-9; 

M.A.  1702.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1700;  priest,  1701-2. 

Brother  of  George  (1697)  and  Thomas  (1692). 

DAWSON,  THOMAS  (1508-9),  see  DAWES. 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1575;  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1579-80;  M.A.  1583.  Ord.  priest 
(Peterb.)  Apr.  8,  1584.  C.  of  Kiinbolton,  Hunts.,  1585. 
R.  of  Swineshead,  1594-1639.  Perhaps  R.  of  Tilbrook,  Beds., 
1616-9.    Buried  Dec.  2,  1639. 


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Dawson,  Thomas 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Misterton,  Leics.,  1599. 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1607.  Of 
Lincolnshire.    Matric.  1607;  B.A.  1611-2. 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.   B.A.  from  St  John's,  1628-9. 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm,  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  6,  1659.  Of 
Hertfordshire.  Matric.  1660;  Scholar,  1661;  M.B.  J664; 
M.D.  1669.  Adm.  candidate  R.C.P.  Dec.  22,  1679-  Died 
1682.  Buried  in  St  Alphage,  Cripplegate.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(Munk,  I.  402.) 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's  ,  June  28, 
1672.  S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Famdon,  Cheshire.  B.  there. 
School,  Wrexham.   Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6. 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July  27, 
1692.  S.  of  George  (1655)  clerk.  B.  at  Sunninghill,  Berks. 
Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700;  D.D.  1714-  FeUow, 
1 698-1 704".  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1699.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
June  4,  1699;  priest  (Winchester)  Dec.  22,  1700.  V.  of  New 
Windsor,  Berks.,  1703.  V.  of  Wexham,  Bucks.,  1708-40. 
Prisoner  in  the  Fleet  for  some  years.  Died  1740.  Brother  of 
George  (1697)  and  Robert  (1695).   (J-  Ch.  Smith.) 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Aug.  18, 
1 7 14.  S.  of  Thomas,  husbandman.  B.  at  Blencow,  Cumber- 
land.  School,  Sedbergh.   Matric.  1714- 

DAWSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Sidney,  June  18, 
1719.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Hull.  Schools,  Sutton,  Yorks., 
and  Wakefield.  Matric.  1719;  B.A.  1722-3.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  June  9,  1723;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1724. 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.   B.Civ.L.  1520-1. 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1541-2;  M.A.  1545.  Fellow  of 
Peterhouse,  1543-55-   Bursar,  1545-7- 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1554. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Town  Bamingham,  Norfolk,  1561-70;  and  of 
Hackford,  1563-83;  also  of  medlety  of  Reepham,  1563-74. 
{Peile,  I.  59.) 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1559;  B.A.  1565-6;  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1569.  Ord.  priest 
(Ely)  Sept.  21,  1567. 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1584; 
B.A.  1587-8.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Dunholme,  Lines., 
1592.  One  V.  of  Whitwell,  Norfolk,  1601. 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens'.  Easter, 
1605.  Of  Cumberland.  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612. 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1626. 

Of  Peterborough.    Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634. 

Probably  R.  of  St  Michael-at-Plea,  Norwich,  1638-41.   Died 

Oct.  24,  1641,  aged  31.   M.I.   (Masters.) 
DAWSON,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Feb.  21, 

1630-1.  S.  of  Ephraim,  linen  draper,  of  Aylsham,  Norfolk. 

School,  Aylsham.    Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  May  24,  1635.   The  R.  of  St  Michael- 
at-Plea,  Norwich,  1638-41,  was  probably  the  above.    (Venn, 

I.  296.) 
DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's.  May  24, 

1667.  S.  of  William,  deceased,  of  Sherbum,  Yorks.  B.  there. 

School,  Sherbum.    Matric.  1668;  B.A.  1670-1;  M.A.  1674. 

Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1672;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1673. 
DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  5, 

1 67 1.    S.  of  Edmund,  of  Dent,  Yorks.    B.  there.    School, 

Dent.   Matric.  1671,  as  'Pawson';  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1679. 

Probably  ord.   priest   (Chichester)   Sept.   27,   1678.     R.   of 

Kingston-Bowley,  Sussex,  1679.  Buried  there  May  30,  1700. 

(W.  C.  Harrison.) 
DAWSON,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Jesus,  Apr.  i, 

1674.  Of  Sufiolk.  Matric.  1674;  Scholar,  1676;  B.A.  1677-8; 

M.A.  1681. 
DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  Jan.  28, 

1691-2.   S.  of  Christopher  (1663).   B.  at  Langcliffe,  Yorks. 

School,  Giggleswick  (Mr  Annitstead).    Matric.  1692;  B.A. 

1695-6.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  25,  1693.  J.P.  and  Major 

in  the  Yorks.  militia.    An  able  mathematician  and  classical 

scholar.    A  friend  of  Sir  Isaac  Newton.    Married  Jane,  dau. 

of  Ambrose  Pudsay,  1705.  Of  Langcliffe.  Died  June  25, 1762. 

Father  of  Ambrose  (1724)-    (Peile,  11.  123.) 
DAWSON,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  27,  i737. 

Of   York   city.     Matric.  1737;   Scholar,  1737;  LL.B.  1744- 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  24,  1741;  priest  (York)  1743. 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  4, 
1737.  Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  i737;  Scholar,  1737;  B.A. 
1740-1;  M.A.  1744.  Fellow,  1741-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  20,  1741;  priest,  Dec.  19,  1742-  Perhaps  V.  of  Ainderby 
Steeple,  Yorks.,  1743-48.    (T.  A.  Walker.) 


Day,  Henry 

DAWSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Dec.  5.  i74i- 
S.  01  Josias  (1711-2),  V.  of  Giggleswick,  Yorks.  B.  there. 
School,  Giggleswick  (Mr  Carr).  Matric  1742;  M.B.  1747- 

DAWSON, .   B.A.  1495-6. 

DAWSON, .   B.Civ.L.  1502-3. 

DAWSOR,  ARNOLD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1559- 

DAWTON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1581. 

DAWTON,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1581. 
Perhaps  ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Nov.  13,  1590.  as 
Philip  Dawson,  M.A.,  of  Trinity. 

DAWTREV,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  St  Catharine's,  1638.  Of 
Sufiolk;  probably  of  Ipswich. 

DAWTRY  or  DAWTEV,  NICHOLAS.    M.Gram.  1525-6. 

DAWTREY,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1571.  S.  of  George,  of  St  Michael  Queenhithe,  London, 
painter.  B.A.  1574-5;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1578.  Ex- 
hibitioner from  Christ's  Hospital.  Age  11,  when  admitted 
there,  May  22,  1563.   (A.  W.  Lockhart.) 

DAWTRYE,  W.  B.Can.L.  1466-7.  Perhaps  WiUiam  Dawtre, 
R.  of  Kirkheaton,  Yorks.,  1479-151 1.   Died  15 11. 

DAWTRY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  i8)  at  Peter- 
house, Apr.  16,  1697.  S.  of  Thomas,  High  Sheriff  of  Essex. 
School,  Felsted,  Essex.  Matric.  1699.  Sheriff  of  Essex,  1736. 
Of  the  Moor,  Petworth,  Sussex,  and  also  of  Doddinghurst 
Place,  Essex.  Died  1758.  (T.  A.  Walker,  199;  Elwes,  W. 
Sussex,  172.) 

DAY  or  DEY,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Adm.  pens,  (ag  18)  at  Caius, 
Apr.  26,  1720.  S.  of  John,  weaver,  of  Norwich.  B.  there. 
School,  Wymondham,  Norfolk  (Mr  Sayer).  Scholar,  1720-5; 
Matric.  1725;  M.B.  1725.  FeUow,  i730-79-  In  medical 
practice,  at  Wymondham,  1728.  Died  1780.  (Venn,  11.  13.) 

DAY,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  13,  1675. 
Of  Yorkshire. 

DEY,  EDMUND.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1624.  Of  Norfolk. 
B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  May  27,  1632. 
V.  of  East  Winch,  Norfolk,  1633.  R.  of  Mannington,  1633. 
R.  of  Bexwell,  1642.  R.  of  Blickling,  1645.  R.  of  Hingham, 
1656-67. 

DEY,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1629. 
Of  Norfolk.  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1636. 
Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1635-42. 

DAY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  30,  1695.  S.  of 
Francis,  of  Menwith  Hill,  Settle,  Yorks.  Matric.  1695;  B.A. 
1698-9.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Jan.  1700-1.  V.  of  Topchffe, 
Yorks.,  1713.  One  of  these  names,  B.A.,  V.  of  Holbeck, 
Yorks.,  1721-8.  Lecturer  at  Leeds  parish  chiurch.  Died  at 
Topcliffe,  Mar.  25,  1763,  aged  87.    (G.  Mag.) 

DAY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  21, 
1695-6.  S.  of  Samuel.  B.  at  York.  School,  Shipton,  near 
York  (Mr  Hodgson).  Matric.  1696;  Scholar,  1696-7;  B.A, 
1699-1700;  M.A.  1703.   (Peile,  11.  135.) 

DAY,  GAMALIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  161 3; 
B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1626.  R.  of 
Hampstead  Marshall,  Berks.,  1663.  Admon.  (Archd.  Berks.) 
1671. 

DAY,  GEORGE.  B.A.  1520-1.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Newport, 
Salop.  School,  Cambridge.  M.A.  1524;  B.D.  1533;  D.D. 
1537.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1522.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  7,  1527-8.  Chaplain  to  Bishop  Fisher.  Public  orator, 
1528-37.  Master  of  St  John's,  J537-8.  Vice-Chancellor, 
1537-8.  Provost  of  King's,  1538-47-  R-  oi  All  Hallows-the- 
Great,  London,  1537-43.  Bishop  of  Chichester,  1543-56 
(deprived,  1551-4).  Died  Aug.  11,  1556.  Will  (P.C.C). 
(Cooper,  1.  156;  Masters,  67;  D.N.B.) 

DAY,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1538. 

DAY,  GEORGE.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1601. 

DAYE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1579.  Per- 
haps of  Oxburgh,  Norfolk;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  25,  1582. 
One  Henry  Day,  of  Norfolk,  ignoble,  knighted  at  Whitehall, 
July  23,  1603. 

DAY  or  DEY,  HENRY.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1631;  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637- 
DAY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  29,  1665.  Matric. 
1665;  Scholar,  1668;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672. 

DAY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Jan.  9,  1667-8. 
S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Scoulton,  Norfolk.  B.  there.  School, 
Norwich.  Matric.  1667-8;  Scholar,  1667-74;  B.A.  1670-1; 
M..-^.  1674.  Incorporated  at  Oxford,  1688.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  1674;  priest,  Nov.  1674-  V.  of  Hunstanton, 
1674-1703.  Said  to  have  been  a  non-juror,  in  1690.  Died 
July  21,  1703.    M.I.  at  Hunstanton.   (Venn,  i.  432.) 


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Day,  Humphrey 

DAY,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  Jan. 
14,  1656-7.  S.  of  Humphrey,  of  Gedney,  Lines.  School, 
Alford.  Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1660-1.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar. 
1671-2. 

DAYE,  JACOBUS.  M.A.  1625  (Incorp.  from  Franeker).  'Per 
14  annos  in  exteris  academiis  studuerit,  et  ante  quinquen- 
nium in  Acad.  Frankerensi  (Franeker)  in  artibus  sit  renun- 
ciatus,  et  in  Basiliensi  et  Parisiensi  in  ordinem  Bacc.  in  art. 
cooptatus.'   (Grace  Bk,  July  6,  1625.) 

DAY,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  9,  1659.  Of 
Kent.  Scholar.  Ejected,  1662.  Afterwards  a  nonconformist 
minister  in  and  about  Cambridge;  and  at  Wendon,  Safiron 
Walden  and  Arkesden,  Essex.  (J.  B.  Peace;  Davids,  Essex, 
607.) 

DAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1452; 
B.D.  1469-70.  Proctor,  1467-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Apr.  i, 
1469;  priest.  May  17,  1469. 

DEY,  JOHN,  doctor.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1469. 

DAY,  JOHN.  B.A.  1479-80;  M.A.  1484.  Fellow  of  Queens', 
1485-97. 

DAY,  JOHN.  B.A.  1510-1.  Abbot  of  the  Cistercian  House  of 
Bordesley,  Worcs.;  surrendered,  1538.   (Cooper,  i.  68.) 

DAY,  JOHN.   B.A.  1512-3. 

DAYE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1559;  B.A. 
1562-3;  M.A.  1566;  LL.D.  1576.  Fellow,  1563-78.  Taxor, 
1568.  Adm.  Advocate,  Jan.  22,  1581-2.  Commissary  to  the 
Bishop  of  Norwich,  1576.  R.  of  Gedney,  Lines.,  1588.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  i6i2.   {Cooper,  11.  383;  A.  Gray.) 

DAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Oct.  24,  1592.  S.  of 
Walter,  husbandman.  B.  at  Caws  ton,  Norfolk.  School,  Ely 
(Mr  Spight).  He  was  expelled  from  the  College  for  stealing 
a  book.  May  4,  1593.  The  dramatist  and  poet.  Author  of 
The  Parliament  of  Bees,  and  many  other  works.  (D.N.B.; 
Venn,  1.  146;  Cooper,  11.  474.) 

DEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1593.  Of  Norfolk. 

DAY,  JOHN.  M.A.  1597  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  John,  of 
London,  printer.  Matric.  from  St  Albans  Hall,  Oct.  11,  1583, 
age  17;  B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1591;  B.D.  1611.  Fellow  of  Oriel 
College,  1588-1628.  V.  of  St  Mary,  Oxford,  1609-22.  R.  of 
LittleThurlow.Cambs.,  1622-8.  Died  Jan.  10, 1627-8.  Will, 
P.C.C.    {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

DEY,  JOHN.  B.  at  Sculthorpe,  Norfolk.  Described  as 'B.A.  of 
Trinity  College,'  when  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  17, 1608, 
age  24;  priest,  June  3, 1610.  C.  of  St  Leonard's,  Foster  Lane, 
London. 

DAYE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1613. 

DAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  22,  1675.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Mar.  1681-2. 

DAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  26, 1702. 
S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Fletching,  Sussex.  Matric.  1702 ;  B.A. 
1705-6. 

DAY,  JOHN.  .\dm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  July  20, 1703. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Cambridge.  School,  Histon  (private). 
Matric.  1704. 

DAY,  JOHN.  .\dm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  20,  1734. 
S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Arlington,  Sussex.  Matric.  1734; 
LL.B.  1742. 

DEY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr.  14,  1629. 
S.  of  Robert,  druggist.  B.  at  Norwich.  Matric.  1629;  B.A. 
1632-3;  M.A.  1636;  M.D.  (Padua)  1642.  Licentiate  of  Royal 
College  of  Physicians,  1645.  Adm.  candidate,  1646.  (Venn, 
I.  288;  Vis.  of  Norfolk,  1664.) 

DAY,  MARTIN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  c.  1591;  B.A. 
1593-4;  ^I.A.  1597;  D.D.  1617.  Fellow,  1595-9.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  as  M.A.  1602,  and  as  D.D.  1618.  R.  of  Bothal, 
Northumberland,  1598-1609.  Chaplsiin  in  Ordinary  to  the 
King.  R.  of  St  Faith's,  London,  1613-24.  R.  of  Stokeclims- 
land,  Cornwall,  1623.  Licensed,  May  16,  1606,  to  marry 
Mabel,  dau.  of  Humphrey  Green,  V.  of  Hartbum,  Durham. 
Author,  religious.  Died  1629.  (Peile,  i.  201;  H.  M. 
Wood.) 

DAY,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1630. 
S.  of  Matthew,  alderman  and  mayor  of  Windsor.  Bapt. 
there,  Feb.  24,  1610-1.  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637;  D.D.  1661 
(Lit.  Reg.).  FeUow,  tUl  1643.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18, 
1641.  R.  of  Everdon,  Northants.,  1642;  ejected  1644. 
Master  of  Lewisham  School,  Kent,  1652-60.  V.  of  Staines, 
Middlesex,  1660-3.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1660.  Married,  at 
Weedon,  May  7,  1645,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  David  Stokes,  D.D., 
R.  of  Everdon.  Died  Sept.  2,  1663.  Buried  in  St  John's 
Church,  Windsor.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  William  (1624). 
(Harwood;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Berks.,  1623;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

DAY,  MATTHEW.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent,  1637-8. 


Day,  Thomas 

DEY,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  22,  1657 
(imputes).  Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1657;  Scholar,  1659;  B.A. 
1660-1;  M.A.  1664.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  1662-3.  V.  of 
Childerley,  Cambs.,  1665.  V.  of  Lolworth,  1666.  R.  of 
Littleport,  1676. 

DAY,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1654.  Of 
Bedfordshire.   Matric.  1658;  B.A.  1659-60. 

DAY,  NICHOLAS.  Of  Trinity.  B.A.  (?  1594-5).  B.  at  Silsoe, 
Beds.,  1577.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1605.  V.  of 
Lidlington,  Beds.,  1605.  V.  of  Sundon,  1607.  Married,  at 
Gt  Barford,  Beds.,  June  10,  1622,  Mary  Bradford. 

DAY  or  DEY,  OLIVER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  21, 
1603.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Wymondham,  Norfolk,  yeoman. 
School,  Wymondham  (Mr  Leverington).  Matric.  1603;  B.A. 
1606-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  May  22,  1608;  priest.  Mar. 
12, 1608-9.  C.  of  Pentney,  1620.  C.  of  West  Bilney,  1620-33 
('M.A.').    (Venn.t.  181.) 

DEYE,  OLIVER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  5, 1667.  S. 
olThomas,  Esq.,  of  Hoxne,  Suffolk.  B.  there.  Bapt.  Mar.  26, 
1648.  School,  Eye  (Mr  Brown).  Matric.  1667;  Scholar,  1668- 
70.  Barrister-at-law.  Died  unmarried,  1686.  Buried  in 
Dublin  Cathedral.   (Venn,  1.  432.) 

DAYE,  OSBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1555. 

DAY,  R.   B.Can.L.  1488-9. 

DAY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1540. 

DAY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  1571,  a  scholar  from  Eton. 
S.  of  John,  the  celebrated  printer.  B.  in  London,  Dec.  21, 
1552.  Matric.  1571;  B.A.  1575-6.  Fellow,  1574-6.  For  some 
years  worked  as  printer  in  his  father's  shop.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec.  1,  1580,  age  30.  V.  of  Mundon,  Essex,  1580. 
V.  of  Reigate,  Surrey,  1583-5.  Probably  R.  of  Chipstead, 
1586-1611.   Died  1611.   (Cooper,  11.  476;  D.N.B.) 

DAYE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1572. 
Perhaps  curate  in  charge  of  Litlington,  Cambs.,  1605. 

DAY,  RICHARD.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1590. 

S.  of  William  (1545),  Bishop  of  Winchester.    B.A.  1594. 

Fellow.    Left  in   1594.    Gave  the  advowson  of  Weedon- 

Pinkney,  Northants.,  to  his  College.  (Harwood.) 
DAY,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  June,  1602.  Ord. 

deacon  (London)  Dec.  1612;  priest,  Dec.  1614  (at  Maccles- 
field, Cheshire).    (Peile,  i.  240.) 
DAY,  RICHARD.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1622. 

B.  at  Bray,  Berks.    B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629;  B.D.  1637. 

Fellow,  till  1644.   V.  of  Prescot,  Lanes.,  1642.    Died  there 

Apr.  12,  1650.   Will,  P.C.C.    Grandson  of  William  (1545). 

(Harwood.) 
DEY,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1633. 
DAY,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  31,  1683.   S.  of 

Thomas,  of  York.  Scholar,  1683;  B.A.  1686-7.  Richard  Day, 

gent.;  age  29;  had  a  licence,  in  1698,  to  marry  Mary  Day, 

spinster,  at  St  Olave's,  York.   (A.  Gray.) 
DAYE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1555. 
DAYE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1560. 
DAYE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1566. 
DEY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1579. 

One  of  these  names  R.  of  Cranwick,  Norfolk,  1583.  Buried 

Aug.  13,  1620. 
DAY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  c.  1594. 
DAY,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1629-30; 

B.A.  1632-3. 
DAY,  ROBERT.   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1650.   Of  Norfolk. 

S.  of  Thomas,  of  Scoulton.   Left  by  will  (1700)  an  estate  at 

Shipdham,  Norfolk,  for  the  foundation  of  scholarships.  The 

College  did  not  inherit.    (Masters,  179.) 
DAY,  ROGER.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1514; 

B.A.  1521-2. 
DAY  or  DEY,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  2, 

1650.    S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Mundford,  Norfolk.    B.  at 

Feltwell.    Schools,  Feltwell  (Mr  Ward),  Bury  St  Edmunds 

and  Lynn  (Mr  BeU).   Matric.  1650-1;  B.A.  1653-4.    Will  of 

one  of  these  names  (Nor\vich  Archd.  C.)  1712,  of  St  Andrew's, 

Norwich,  gent.   (Venn,  i.  379.) 
DAY,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.   1572. 

Candidate  for  deacon   (Ely)   Nov.   1577;   'of  Cambridge, 

aged  24'  (rejected). 
DAYE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1615. 

Of  London.    S.  of  Thomas,  merchant-taylor.    B.  May  25, 

1597.   School,  Merchant  Taylors'.   B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622. 

Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  1622.   R.  of  Brundall,  Norfolk,  1628- 

57.  C.  of  Postwick. 
DAY,  THOMAS.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1629. 


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Day,  Thomas 

DAY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1629.  After 
some  years'  residence  became  a  druggist  in  Cambridge.  Died 
May  17,  1681,  aged  70.  M.I.  at  Gt  St  Mary's.  Benefactor  to 
the  parish  and  town.  Father  of  Thomas  (1677).  (Le  Neve, 
Mon.,  V.  18.) 

DAY,  THOMAS.  Adra.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  3,  1634-5, 
from  Magdalene  (adm.  and  matric.  there,  1632).  S.  of 
Edmund.  B.  at  'Merston'  (?  Marston),  Lines.  B.A.  from 
Christ's,  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.  Perhaps  Head  Master  of  Whit- 
gift's  School,  Croydon,  1651-62. 

DAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1637.  Ex- 
hibitioner from  Charterhouse.  Matric.  Micbs.  1637.  Migrated 
to  Pembroke,  1638;  B.A.  1640-1. 

DAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Mar.  9,  1640-1. 
Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1646;  M.A.  1650.  One  of  these  names  V. 
of  Melbourn,  Cambs.,  1668. 

DAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  23, 
1641.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Sausthorpe,  Lines.  School,  London 
(Mr  Woodward).  Matric.  1641.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
Apr.  24,  1646.  Died  before  1671.  (Peile,  i.  476;  Lines. 
Pedigrees,  1190.) 

DAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  10, 
1077.  S.  of  Thomas  (1629),  druggist.  B.  at  Cambridge. 
School,  Thetford  (Mr  Keene).  Matric.  1677.  Migrated  to 
Jesus,  Sept.  24,  1680.  Died  Jan.  30,  1701-2,  aged  39.  M.I. 
at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  to  Thomas  D'Aye,  Esq.  (Le  Neve, 
Mon.,  II.  25.) 

DAY,  THOMAS.   M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1683  (Lit.  Reg.). 

DAYE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  19, 
1688.  S.  of  Robert,  Esq.  B.  at  Scoulton,  Norfolk.  School, 
Norwich.  Matric.  1688;  B.A.  1691-2.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Feb.  1694. 

DAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  20, 
1713.  S.  of  Thomas,  draper,  of  Bedford.  B.  there.  School, 
Merchant  Taylors',  London.  Matric.  1713;  B.A.  1717-8; 
M..\.  1721.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  5,  1720-1;  priest. 
Mar.  10,  1722-3. 

DAY  or  D'EYE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
Feb.  6,  1750-1.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  of  Eye,  Suffolk,  gent. 
Matric.  1750-1;  B.A.  1755.  R.  of  Palgrave,  Suffolk,  1757-66. 

DEY,  VALENTINE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Mar.  16, 
1604-5.  S.  of  John  (1559),  LL.D.,  of  Westley,  Suffolk. 
School,  Ely  (Mr  Holdred).  Matric.  1606;  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A. 
1612.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1610;  priest  (Lincoln) 
Dec.  22,  1611.  R.  of  Homersfield,  Suiiolk,  1612;  of  Spexhall, 
1628.  P.C.  of  St  Michael,  South  Elmham,  1636.  Author, 
.Sermons.    {Venn,  1.  188.) 

DAY,  WILFRID.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  30, 1670.  Matric. 
1670. 

DAY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1545. 
S.  of  Richard,  of  Newport,  Salop.  B.  there,  1529.  B.A. 
1549-50;  M.A.  1553;  B.D.  1562.  Fellow,  till  1559.  Proctor, 
1557-8.  Ord.  priest.  Mar.  31,  1560.  Fellow  of  Eton,  1560-1. 
Preb.  of  York,  1560-6.  Provost  of  Eton,  1561-96.  Arch- 
deacon of  Nottingham,  1561-65.  Canon  of  Windsor,  1563-72. 
Dean  of  Windsor  and  Wolverhampton,  1572-95.  R.  of 
Hambleden,  Bucks.,  1575.  Chancellor  of  St  Paul's,  1587-95. 
Bishop  of  Winchester,  1595.  Died  Sept.  20,  1596.  Will, 
P.C.C.  Brother  of  George,  Bishop  of  Chichester,  father  of 
Richard  (1590).   {Cooper,  11.  219;  Harwood;  D.N.B.) 

DAYE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1584; 
B.A.  1587-8;  1st  in  the  ordo. 

DAYE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1588.  Perhaps  s.  of  WiUiam  (1545),  Bishop  of  Winchester. 
One  of  these  names,  of  Windsor,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
1590.    {Vis.  of  Berks.,  162^.) 

DAY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1624 
S.  of  Matthew,  of  Windsor.  B.A.  1628;  M.A.  1632.  FeUow, 
till  1637.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1635,  V.  of  Maple  Durham, 
Oxon.,  1637-84.  Divinity  reader  in  St  George's  Chapel,  1660. 
Author,  theological.  Buried  at  Maple  Durham,  Dec.  20, 
1684,  aged  79.  Admon.  (Archd.  Oxford).  Brother  of  Matthew 
(1630).    {Harwood;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Berks.,  1623.) 

DAY  or  DEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  7, 
1652.  S.  of  Nicholas.  B.  at  Rickinghall  Inferior,  Suffolk. 
Bapt.  Nov.  19,  1633.  School,  Botesdale  (Mr  Ives  and  Mr 
Ellis).  Matric.  1652;  Scholar,  1652-5;  B.A.  1655-6.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  Nov.  10,  1661.  R.  of  Banningham,  Norfolk, 
1670-84.    {Venn,  i.  384.) 

DAYE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  28,  1717.  B.  at 
York,  1699.  B.A.  1720-1;  M.A.  1725;  D.D.  1728  {Com.  Keg.). 
Fellow,  1722-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1722-3;  priest 
(Ely)  Dec.  20,  1724.  R.  of  East  Barnet,  Herts.,  1726-31. 
A  Governor  of  the  Barnet  Grammar  School,  1728.    R.  of 


Dayrell,  Marmaduke 

Toppesfield,  and  of  Stanford  Rivers,  Essex,  1731-7.    Preb. 

of  Lincoln,  1735.   Perhaps  Chaplain  to  Chelsea  College.  Died 

Aug.  16,  1737.  M.I.  at  Stanford.   {L.  Mag.;  F.  C.  Cass,  East 

Barnet,  227.) 
DAYE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  Fell.Com.  at  Clare,  June  15,  1750. 

S.  of  William  (above).   B.  at  Toppesfield.   Bapt.  there,  Oct. 

28,  1732. 

DAY, .   B.A.  1485-6. 

DAY, .    Adm.  sizar  at  King's,  1601. 

DAY, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1623. 

DAYGES,  JOSEPH.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  i6o5-7;  M.A.  1611. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1611,  as  Davyes. 

DAYLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Apr.  3,  1619.  B.  in 
Northamptonshire  {see  Robert  Deasy). 

DAYNES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1648.  Of 
Suffolk.   Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655,  as  Deynes. 

DAYNES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1579- 

DAYNES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  17,  1605. 
S.  of  John,  citizen  of  Lynn.  Bapt.  there,  July  30,  1588. 
School,  Lynn  (Mr  Man).  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  1606. 
B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  22, 
1611;  priest.  Mar.  8,  1611-2.  C.  of  Mundon,  Essex,  1611;  of 
Boreham,  1612.  Perhaps  master  of  Maldon  School,  Essex, 
in  1621.  Will  of  John  Danes,  of  Maldon,  clerk  (Comm.  C. 
Essex)  1639.    {Venn,  i.  189.) 

DAYNES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1628; 
B.A.  1630-1. 

DAYNES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1634.  S.  of 
John,  of  Coddenham,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1635;  B.A.  1638-9; 
M.A.  1642;  M.D.  1649.  Of  Coddenham,  Esq.  Perhaps  father 
of  John  (1670).   {Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664.) 

DAINES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  18,  1658-9. 
Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1659  {imputes);  B.A.  1662-3;  M.A.  1668. 

DEYNS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  4,  1664. 
S.  of  Thomas,  farmer.  B.  at  Radon,  Norfolk  (?  Raydon, 
Suffolk).  School,  Diss,  Norfolk  (Mr  Rayner).  Matric.  1664; 
B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Signs  for  priest's  orders  (London) 
Mar.  13,  1673-4.  C.  of  Upwell,  Norfolk. 

DEYNES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  17,  1670. 
Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1677.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of 
John  (1634-5),  of  Coddenham,  M.D.;  age  10  in  1664.  One  of 
these  names  R.  of  Marsham,  Norfolk,  1685.  Buried  Aug.  3, 
1686.    {Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664.) 

DAYNES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1580. 
Matric.  1580;  B.A.  1584-5.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  July  17, 
1588.   V.  of  Fhxton  St  Mary,  Suffolk,  1588-90. 

DAYNES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1645. 
Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1649-50;  M.A.  1653.  One  of 
these  names  R.  of  Gosbeck,  Suffolk;  ejected,  1662. 

DAINES  or  DANES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  7, 
1632.  Of  Essex.  Matric.  from  Emmanuel,  1632,  as 'Dands'; 
B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.   V.  of  Althome,  Essex,  1644. 

DAYRELL,  BROWNLOW.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  19)  at 
Christ's,  Dec.  1,  1736.  S.  of  Francis  (1704),  of  Castle  Camps, 
Cambs.  B.  at  Kensington,  London.  School,  private  (Mr  Coxe). 
Matric.  1736.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  2,  1738.  Bencher. 
Died  1773.  Buried  at  Shudy  Camps.  Brother  of  Marmaduke 
(1740).    {Peile,  II.  233.) 

DAYRELL,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  13,  1663. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  S.and  h.  of  Sir  Thomas  (i622),of  LiUing- 
stone,  Bucks.,  Knt.  Matric.  1663.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
May  8,  1665.  Knighted,  Feb.  29,  1671-2.  Of  Castle  Camps, 
Cambs.  and  LilUngstone,  Bucks.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Edward  Lewis,  of  the  Van,  Glamorgan.  Died  1675,  aged  29. 
(Le  Neve,  Knights,  275;  Le  Neve,  Man.,  iv.  135;  G.  B.  Rout- 
ledge). 

DAYRELL,  FRANCIS.  Adra.  Fell.Com.  at  Christ's,  Oct.  14, 
1704.  1st  s.  of  Sir  Marmaduke  (1664),  Knt.  B.  at  Shudy 
Camps,  Cambs.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  i,  1704-5.  Of 
Shudy  Camps,  Esq.  Married  Ehzabeth,  dau.  of  Peter 
Witchcomb,  of  Braxted,  Essex.  Will  of  one  of  these  names, 
of  Cambs.,  Esq.  (P.C.C.)  1760.  Father  of  Brownlow  (1736) 
and  Marmaduke  (1740).   {Peile,  11.  160;  Burke,  L.G.) 

DAYRELL,  MARMADUKE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Magdalene,  Oct. 
19,  1664.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1622),  Knt.,  of  Hinxton,  Cambs. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1644.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  21,  1668.  Of  Castle  Camps,  Cambs.,  Esq.  Knighted, 
Mar.  22,  1684-5.  Married  (i)  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Justinian 
Isham,  Bart.;  (2)  Mary,  dau.  of  William  Glascock,  of  Fam- 
ham,  Essex.  Died  1712.  Father  of  Francis  (1704),  brother  of 
Francis  (1663).  (Le  Neve,  275;  Burke,  L.G.;  G.  B.  Rout- 
ledge.) 


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Dayrell,  Marmaduke 

DAYRELL,  MARMADUKE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
Nov.  29, 1740.  S.  of  Francis  (1704).  B.  in  Middlesex.  School, 
Kensington  (Mr  Cox).  Matric.  1740.  Perhaps  adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  July  10,  1739.  Succeeded  his  brother  Brown- 
low  {1736).  Died  Apr.  15,  1790.  Bvuied  at  Shudy  Camps, 
Cambs.   Will,  P.C.C.   (G.  Mag.;  Peile.u.  240.) 

DAYRELL,  NICHOLAS,  M.D.,  see  DARRELL. 

DAYRELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  July, 
1622.  S.  and  h.  of  Francis,  of  Lillingstone-Dayrell,  Bucks. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  21,  1620.  Deputy-Lieutenant 
for  Cambridgeshire.  Knighted,  Feb.  4,  1633-4.  Of  Hinxton, 
and  Shudy  Camps,  Cambs.  Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  Sir  Hugh 
Windham,  Bart.,  of  Pilsden  Court,  Dorset.  Died  Apr.  2, 
1669.  Buried  at  Castle  Camps.  M.I.  at  Hinxton.  Father  of 
the  next,  of  Francis  (1663)  and  Marmaduke  (1664).  (Peile,  i. 
343;  Le  Neve,  Man.,  iv.  233.) 

DAYRELL,  WINDHAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  \Ugdalene,  Oct.  27, 
1668.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas  (above),  Knt.,  of  Castle  Camps, 
Cambs.  School,  Elmdon,  Essex  (private).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Aug.  4,  1673.  Died  of  small-pox,  1674,  aged  22.  Buried 
at  St  GUes',  Middlesex.   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iv.  135.) 

'  DAYSINE,'  see  DISNEY. 

DAYSON,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  18, 
1657.  S.  of  James,  furrier,  of  Kirkby  Lonsdale,  Westmorland. 
B.  there.  Schools,  Kirkby  Lonsdale  (Mr  Garth waite)  and 
Sedbergh.  Matric.  1657,  as  'Day';  B.A.  1661.  V.  of  Wressel, 
Yorks.,  1663-79.  V.  of  Eastington,  GIoucs.,  1679. 

DAYSON,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  May  15, 
1686.  Of  Yorkshire.  School,  Pocklington.  Matric.  1686,  as 
John;  B.A.  1689-90;  M.A.  1693.  V.  of  Ellington,  Hunts., 
1689-91.   V.  of  Yaxley,  1705-14.   Died  1714. 

DAZILL,  ISAAC.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1616. 

DEACON,  DANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Mar.  1598-9.  Of 
Rutland.  B..\.  (?  1602-3);  M.A.  1607.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1604.  C.  of  Oxendon,  Northants., 
in  1605. 

DEACON,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  27,  1595. 
Of  Bedfordshire  (probably  of  Elstow,  s.  of  Thomas).  Matric. 
1595.   Will,  1610. 

DEACON,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1575-6.  R.  of  Saxby, 
Leics.,  1577.  Doubtless  the  minister,  B.A.,  at  Nottingham, 
in  1586,  and  at  Ridlington,  Rutland.  Author,  Sermon; 
Tobacco  tortured;  and  controversial  writings  on  demoniac 
possession. 

DEACON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1616;  B.A. 
1619-20,  as  'Deken';  M.A.  1623. 

DEACON,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1633; 
B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1641.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18, 1641. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Nettlestead,  Kent,  1647. 

DEACON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  1691-2. 
S.  of  John,  of  Tansor,  Northants.,  carpenter.  School 
Warmington  (private).  Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  1704.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  19,  1698; 
priest  (Peterb.)  May  27,  1700.  C.  of  Clapton.  V.  of  Slipton, 
Northants.,  1705-7.  Buried  there  July  14,  1707.  M.I.  (H.  I. 
Longden.) 

DEACON,  THEODORE.   B.A.  from  Trinity,  1631. 

DEAKIN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  21, 
i7ic^-i.  S.  of  Francis.  B.  at  Lichfield.  School,  Lichfield 
(Mr  Shaw).  Scholar,  1710-1;  Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1714-5. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lichfield)  Sept.  1715. 

DEALE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1571. 

DEALTRY,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1618. 
Doubtless  s.  of  William,  of  Full  Sutton,  Yorks.  Scholar,  1619; 
B.-'V..  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20; 
priest,  Sept.  21,  1623.  R.  of  Full  Sutton,  Yorks.,  1623.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1657.   Father  of  William  (1652). 

DEALTARY,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May 
26,  1660.  S.  of  Hammond,  yeoman,  of  High  Catton,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  York  (Mr  Banks).  Matric.  1660;  B.A. 
1663-4;  M.A.  1669.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1664;  priest, 
1665.  V.  of  Westow,  Yorks.,  1666--96.  Buried  Sept.  4,  1696. 
Father  of  the  next  and  brother  of  William  (1668). 

DEALTARY,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Mar. 
23,  1688-9.  S.  of  Henry  (above),  V.  of  Westow,  Yorks. 
School,  Pocklington.  Matric.  1689;  Scholar  of  Sidney,  1690; 
B.A.  from  Sidney,  1692-3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1694; 
priest,  1696.  V.  of  Westow,  1 696-1 751.  R.  of  Halsham,  1696- 
1722.    Buried  Sept.  6,  1751.   Father  of  John  (1726). 

DEALTRY,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  25,  1660.  Of 
Yorkshire.   Matric.  i66o. 


Bean,  Edmund 

DEALTRY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Oct.  20, 
1726.  S.  of  Henry  (1688-9),  V.  of  Westow,  Yorks.  School. 
Kirkleatham,  Yorks.  (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1726;  Scholar. 
1728;  B.A.  1730-1.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  30, 
1726.  Probably  the  'M.D.'  who  married,  at  York  Minster, 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Richard  Langley,  of  Wykeham  Abbey 
Yorks.  'Dr  Dawtry,'  of  York,  died  there  suddenly.  Mar  2S 
1773,  aged  65.    (G.  Mag.)  '  '    "' 

DEALTARY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  15,  1727.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  William  (1681),  R.  of  Skirpen- 
beck,  Yorks.  Matric.  1727;  Scholar,  1729;  B.A.  1730-1;  M.A. 
1745-  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  Oct.  31,  1731;  priest  (Durham) 
Sept.  2,  1733.  R.  of  Skirpenbeck,  1736-74.  P.C.  of  Bishop 
Wilton,  1741;  of  Kilbum,  1750;  of  Acaster  Malbis,  1758-97. 
V.  of  Bishopthorpe,  1757-97.  Preb.  of  SouthweU,  1759-85. 
Preb.  of  York,  1780-97.  R.  of  Bamburgh,  1784-97.  Died 
Apr.  30,  1797,  aged  89.  {Yorks.  Arch,  and  Top.  Journ.,  iii. 
102;  .\.  Gray.) 

DEALTRY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  i,  1649. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656.  R.  of 
Skirpenbeck,  Yorks.,  1660-98.  R.  of  Full  Sutton,  1672-4. 
Died  1698. 

DEALTRYE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1610,  as  'Vealtrye';  B.A.  (?  1614);  M.A.  1617.  Ord.  priest 
(York)  Dec.  1620.  R.  of  Folkton,  Yorks.,  1620-74.  Died  1674. 

DEALTRY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Oct.  25,  1652. 
Of  Yorkshire.  S.  of  George  (1618).  Bapt.  at  Bishop  Wilton, 
Dec.  15,  1636.  School,  Pocklington.  Matric.  1652;  B.A. 
1656-7;  M.A.  1660.  R.  of  Full  Sutton,  Yorks.,  1662-72. 
Died  1686. 

DEALTRY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Apr.  4,  1668.  S.  of  Hammond,  gent.  B.  at  High  Catton, 
Yorks.  Matric.  1668;  B.A.  1671-2.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept. 
1672.    Brother  of  Henry  (1660). 

DEALTARY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  10, 1681. 
Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
June,  1694;  priest,  1695.  V.  of  Filey,  Yorks.,  1691-6.  V.  of 
Hunmanby,  1696-1703.  R.  of  Skirpenbeck,  1698-1736.  V.  of 
Bishop  Wilton  in  1730.  Died  1741.  Father  of  John  (1727). 

DEALTARY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Feb.  i,  1687-8. 
Of  Yorkshire.    Matric.  1691;  B.A.  1691-2. 

DEALTARY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  13,  1710.  S.  of  William  (?  1681),  clerk.  B.  at  Muston, 
near  Scarborough,  Yorks.  School,  Beverley  (Mr  Lambert). 
Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713-4.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1715; 
priest,  1719.  V.  of  Garton-on- the-Wolds,  Yorks.,  1722-30. 

DEANE  or  DENNE,  ANDREW.  B.A.  1530-1;  M.A.  1534;  B.D. 
Fellow  of  Gonville  Hall,  1532-47;  and  of  Corpus  Christi, 
1558.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  May  24,  1532.  R.  of  Bixton  and 
Welbome,  Norfolk,  1554.  V.  of  Swaffham  Bulbeck,  Cambs., 
1554-62;  and  of  Downham,  1559-65.  Preb.  of  Ely,  1559. 
Buried  at  Downham,  Dec.  16,  1565.  {Venn,  1.  30;  Masters- 
Lamb,  319;  according  to  whom  he  was  D.D.) 

DEANE,  ANDREW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  29, 
1679.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Westmorland.  B.  at  Dufton.  School, 
Holt,  Norfolk  (Mr  Bainbridge).  Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1682-3. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  1683.  Brother  of  Bainbridge 
and  Leonard. 

DEANE,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1647.  S.  of  Sir  Drue  (1623-4),  of  Gt  Maplestead, 
Essex,  Knt.  Bapt.  June  i,  1630.  Sold  Maplestead,  in  1653. 
A  Pjirliamentarian.    (Fix.  of  Essex,  1634.) 

DEAN,  BAINBRIDGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May 
19,1682.  S.  of  Richard,  husbandman.  B.  at  Dufton,  Cumber- 
land. School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6;  M.A. 
1689.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  1686;  priest,  1687.  R.  of 
Crostwick,  Norfolk,  1687-94.  R-  of  Beeston,  1693.  Brother 
of  Leonard  (1687)  and  Andrew  (1679). 

DEANE,  BRIAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1581; 
B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588.  V.  of  Normanton,  Notts.,  1590-3. 
V.  of  Gt  Limber,  Lines.,  1593.  V.  of  Gt  Gransden,  Hunts., 
1599-1603.   R.  of  Alderton,  Northants.,  1599-1600. 

DEANE,  DREW.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Jan.  29,  1623-4. 
S.  of  Sir  John,  Knt.,  of  Castle  Hedingham,  Essex  (and  Anne, 
dau.  of  Sir  Drew  Drury).  B.  Jan.  31,  1606.  Matric.  1624. 
Knighted,  July  17,  1627.  J. P.  for  Essex,  1634.  Of  Gt 
Maplestead,  Essex.  Died  Sept.  24,  1638.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1639. 
Brother  of  John  (1625),  and  father  of  Anthony  (1647).  {Vis. 
of  Essex,  1558,  1634.) 

DEANE,  EDMUND.  M.D.  1614,  Incorp.  from  Oxford.  S.  of 
Gilbert,  of  Saltonstall,  Halifax,  Yorks.  Matric.  from  Merton 
College,  Oxford,  Mar.  26,  1591,  age  19;  B.A.  1594;  M.A.  1597. 
Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  i6oi.  M.B.  and  M.D.  1608. 
Practised  physic  at  York.  Married,  1625,  Mary  Boyes,  of 
Normanton.  Author.  Brother  of  Richard,  Bishop  of  Ossory. 
{Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1612;  Al.  Oxon.) 


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Dean,  Edward 

DEANE,  EDWARD.    Matric.  pens,  (age  12)  from  Jesus,  Lent, 

1563-4- 
DEANE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  May,  1683. 

DEANE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  14,  1692-3. 
Matric.  1693.  S.of  Edward, of '  Hatchburv,  WUts.'  {Al.  Oxon.), 
Matric.  from  Wadham  College,  Oxford,  J>ily  16, 1691,  age  15 ; 
B.A.  1695-6;  M.A.  1699.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  5, 
1698-9. 

DEANE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Feb.  21, 
1624-5.  S.  of  Edward,  silkweaver,  of  London.  School,  Eton. 
Matric.  1625;  Scholar,  1628-33;  B-A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1633. 
Died  in  Cambridge.  Buried  at  St  Benefs,  Nov,  17,  1633. 
{Venn,  1.  270.) 

DEAN,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  6, 
1716-7.  S.  of  William  (1720),  clerk,  of  Huntingdonshire. 
B.  at  Ofiord  Darcy.  School,  Huntingdon  (Mr  Matthews). 
B.A.  1720-1;  M.A.  1724;  B.D.  1731.  Fellow,  1723-35.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  May  28,  1727;  priest,  June  i,  1729-  V.  of 
Aldworth,  Berks.,  1734-82.  Brother  of  Merritt  (1712)- 
(Scott-Mayor,  m.  308.) 

DEANE,  GERARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  Apr.  12, 1676. 
Of  Cheshire.  Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80. 

DEANE,  GERVASE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  26,  1647. 
Of  Nottinghamshire.  Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1650-1.  One  of 
these  names,  s.  of  Francis,  of  Long  Eaton,  Derbs.,  gent., 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  27,  1652. 

DEAN  or  DENE,  HENRY.  Of  Cambridge  (according  to  Cooper, 
I.  6).  Prior  of  Llanthony  Abbey,  1461.  Specially  adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  30,  1489.  Lord  Chancellor  of  Ireland, 
1494-6  Bishop  of  Bangor,  1496-9;  of  Salisbury,  1499-1501. 
Lord  Keeper  of  the  Great  Seal,  1500-3.  Archbishop  of 
Canterbury,  1501.  Died  Feb.  16,  1502-3.  Of  Oxford,  ac- 
cording to  Al.  Oxon.  Will,  P.C.C,  and  Dean  and  Chapter  of 
Canterbury.   (D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DEAN,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1547. 

DEANE,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1626;  B.A. 
1629-30;  M.A.  1633;  D.D.  1663  {Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow.  Ob- 
tained a  license  to  travel  to  the  Low  Countries,  Sept.  30, 1633. 

DEANE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  22, 
1746.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Coventry,  Warws.,  doctor.  Clerk  at 
Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  1743-5.  School,  Warwick  (Mr 
Lydiat).  Matric.  1746;  B.A.  1749-50.  Probably  matric.  from 
Trinity  College,  Oxford,  May  16,  1743,  'age  17.*   {Al.  Oxon.) 

DENE,  JOHN  DE,  1261.  Southern  scholar,  who  received  a  royal 
pardon  for  taking  part  in  a  riot  against  the  northern  students. 
Brother  of  Richard  (1261)  and  Walter  (1261).   {Fuller,  29.) 

DEANE,  JOHN.    Questlonist,  1491-2;  but  did  not  proceed  to 

B.A.   {Gr.  Bk,  A,  49-) 
DEANE,  JOHN.  Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1569. 

DEANE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Mar.  19,  1581-2.  Of 

Lincolnshire.    Matric,  as  'Drane,'   1582.    Perhaps   R.   of 

Hawkesworth,  Notts.,  1585. 
DEANE,  JOHN.    Adm.   sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June   i,   1616. 

Matric.  1617;  B.A.  1619-20. 
DEANE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  June  29, 1625.  S.of 

Sir  John,   Knt.,  of  Castle  Hedingham,   Essex.    B.   there, 

Aug.  2,  1610.    Brother  of  Drew  (1623-4).    {Vis.  of  Essex, 

1558,  1634.) 
DEANE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  17, 1650. 

S.  of  Richard,  coachman,  of  Hatfield,  Essex.    B.   there. 

School,  Bishop's  Stortford  (private;  Mr  Lee).  Matric.  1650; 

B.A.  1653-4.  Ord-  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  22,  1661-2;  priest, 

Sept.  21,  1662. 
DEANE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  i,  1689.    S.  of 

William,  R.  of  Cotgrave,  Notts.  Matric.  1689;  Scholar,  1689; 

B.A.  1692-3;  M.A.  1697.    Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  18, 

1692-3.   One  of  these  names  V.  of  Tibberton,  Worcs.,  1699- 

1708.   V.  of  Kempsey,  1707-12.  But  see  a  contemporary  in 

Al.  Oxon. 
DEAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1703.  B.  in  Norwich, 

1686.  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7;  M.A.  1710.  Fellow,  1709- 

16.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  25,  1709;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1712. 

P.C.  of  St  Benet's,  Cambridge,  1711-6.    V.  of  St  Peter's, 

Isle  of  Thanet,  1715-57.   Died  1757. 
DEAN,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Mar.  2, 

1705-6.  S.  of  Christopher,  Esq.  B.  in  Westminster.  School, 

Isleworth,  Middlesex.  Matric.  1706;  B.A.  1709-10.  Adm.  at 

the  Middle  Temple,  July  24,  1708.   One  of  these  names  P.C. 

of  Chelford,  Cheshire,  1720-72.  Died  June  9,  1772,  aged  83. 

(Earwaker,  E.  Cheshire,  11.  369.) 
DEAN,   JOHN.    Adm.   sizar  at  Queens',   Oct.   6,   1725.    Of 

Northamptonshire.     Matric.    1726;    B.A.    1729-30.     Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)   Dec.   21,   1729;  priest.  Mar.   2,   1734-5. 

R.  of  Gayhurst  with  Stoke  Goldington,  Bucks.,  1750-9. 


Dean,  William 

Married,  at  Quinton,  Northants.,  Feb.  2,  1743-4,  Sarah 
Clark;  both  of  Courteenhall.  Died  July  28,  1759,  aged  51. 
M.I.  at  Stoke  Goldington.  (H.  I.  Longden;  Lipscomb,  iv. 
358.) 
DEANE,  LEONARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  c.  June, 
1687.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Howell  Grange,  Westmorland. 

B.  at  Dufton,  Cumberland.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1687; 
B.A.  1690-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich),  as  C.  of  Crostwick, 
May  21,  1692.  Brother  of  Bainbridge  (1682)  and  Andrew 
(1679).  (Venn,  \.  483.) 

DEAN,  MERRITT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  9, 
1712.  S.  of  William  (1720),  clerk,  D.D.  B.  in  Sussex.  School, 
Huntingdon  (Mr  Matthews).  Matric.  1712;  B.A.  1715-6; 
M.A.  1719.  Fellow,  1718-23.  Ord.  priest  (Lincohi)  Sept.  23, 
1722.  R.  of  OfEord  Darcy,  Hunts.,  1722-40;  succeeding  his 
father.  Buried  there  1740.  Brother  of  George  (1716-7). 
(W.  M.  Noble.) 

DEANE,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Lent, 
1579-80;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587.  V.  of  Warcop,  Westmor- 
land, 1585-9.  R.  of  Kirkbride,  Cumberland,  1586.  V.  of 
Bromfield,  1589-1602.  R.  of  Gt  Salkeld,  1602.  Archdeacon 
of  Carlisle,  1602-4.   Died  c.  Jan.  1603-4.  (Cooper,  11.  368.) 

DEANE,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Sidney,  May  31,  1632. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Staveley,  Derbs.  School,  SUveley  (Mr  Tho. 
Dand).  Matric.  1632;  B.A.  1635-6. 

DEANE,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  9,  1652.  Of 
Cheshire.  Matric.  1652.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May 
2,  i66i;  priest.  May  4,  1661;  called  B.A.  V.  of  Melling, 
Lanes.,  1689.  Will  proved,  1714. 

DENE,  RICHARD  DE,  1261.  Southern  student,  who  received  a 
royal  pardon  for  taking  part  in  a  riot  against  the  northern 
students.  Brotherof  John  (1261)  and  Walter  (1261).  (Fuller, 
29.) 

DEANE,  RICHARD.  B.Can.L.  1505.  Probably  V.  of  Gt  Lim- 
burgh.Lincs.,  till  1513.  V.  of  StThomas-the-Apostle,  London, 
1536.  V.  of  Harrow,  Middlesex,  1552-8.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Abinger,  Surrey,  1549.    WiU  (P.C.C.)  1558. 

DEANE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent,  1692; 
B.A.  1695-6. 

DENE,  ROBERT,   B.Can.L.  1455-6. 

DENE,  THOMAS  DE.  'King's  scholar'  at  Cambridge,  1328. 

DEAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  14,  1656. 
School,  Westminster.  Scholar,  1656;  Matric.  1659;  B.A. 
1659-60.   Signs  for  priest's  orders  (London)  Dec.  16,  1664; 

C.  of  St  Mary,  Savoy.  P.C.  of  St  James,  Duke  Place,  London, 
1667-79- 

DEANE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  King's,  c.  1673.  One  of  these 

names,  s.  of  Thomsis,  of  Kingston,  Somerset,  adm.  at  the 

Inner  Temple,  1680. 
DEANE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  May  13, 

1707.    Of  Yorkshire.    School,  Drighlington.    Matric.  1707; 

B.A.  1710-1.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1710.    Head  Master 

of  Drighlington  School,  1713-6. 

DEANE,  W.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1565. 
DEANE,  W.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1573. 

DENE,  WALTER  DE,  1261.  Southern  student,  who  received  a 
royal  pardon  for  taking  part  in  a  riot  against  the  northern 
students.  Brother  of  John  (1261)  and  Richard  (1261). 
(Fuller,  29.) 

DEANE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 
1575.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Grassington,  Yorks.  Schools, 
Leeds  and  Clitheroe,  Lanes.  Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Nov.  4, 
i577i  age  20.  Ord.  priest  (R.C.)  at  Douay,  Dec.  21,  1581. 
Sent  to  England,  Jan.  25,  1581-2;  banished;  returned,  1585. 
According  to  the  Cath.  Rec.  Sac.  (v.  26)  he  had  been  a  pro- 
testant  minister  at  Monk  Fryston,  Yorks.,  before  going  to 
Douay.  Executed,  Aug.  28, 1588,  at  Mile-end  Green.  (Venn. 
I.  94;  D.N.B.) 

DEANE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Pembroke,  May,  1641.  S. 
of  Christopher,  baker.  B.  at  Lead  Hall,  Tadcaster,  Yorks. 
Matric.  1641. 

DEANE,  WILLIAM.  D.D.  from  St  John's,  1720.  S.  of  William, 
of  Leicester.  Matric.  from  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  Mar. 
10,  1680-1,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1684;  M.A.  1687.  Ord. 
priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  11,  1687-8.  R.  of  Thakeham,  Sussex, 
1688-98.  R.  of  Ofiord  Darcy,  Hunts.,  1697-1722.  R.  of 
Ofiord  Cluny,  1706-22.  Buried  there  Oct.  8,  1722.  Father 
of  George  (1716-7)  and  Merritt  (1712).  (Scott-Mayor,  in. 
335;  Al.  Oxon.:  wrong  in  the  identification.) 

DEANE,  .    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1643.  Possibly  John,  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Drue  (1623-4);  adm, 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  24,  1646-7.  Died  young.  Brother  oi 
Anthony  (1647).    (Morant,  11.  278.) 


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Dearde,  Peter 

DEARDE  or  DEARDS,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  163 1;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  One  Peter  Deares, 
V.  of  CoggeshaU,  Essex;  sequestered,  1647.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1654,  of  Peter  Deards,  of  Sion  College,  London,  clerk. 

DEARDEN,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  8, 
1725.  S.  of  John,  of  Warley,  Halifax,  Yorks.  School,  Wake- 
field, Yorks.   Matric.  1725;  Scholar,  1726;  M.B.  1730. 

DEARING,  see  DERING. 

DEARLE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  5,  1699. 

Of  Buckinghamshire.  B.  at  Datchet,  1680.  Colleger  at  Eton, 

1691-8.    Matric.  1699;  B.A.   1702-3;  M.A.  1706.    Perhaps 

Usher  of  Macclesfield  School,   1704-12.     (Earwaker,   East 

Cheshire,  11.  522.) 
DEARLING,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  St  John's, 

Mar.  18,  1745-6.   S.  of  John,  of  Sussex.    B.  at  Chichester. 

School,  Bury,  Lanes.  (Mr  Lister).   Matric.  1749;  B.A.  1749- 

50;   M.A.   1753.    V.  of  Matching,  Essex,   1761-85.    R.  of 

Ashley,  WUts.,  1785-90.    WiU  (P.C.C.)  1791-    (Scott-Mayor, 

III.  556.) 
DEARESLEY,   EDMUND.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Lent, 

1579-80;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587.   One  of  these  names,  of 

Cowling,  Suffolk,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  i,  1591-2.  Will 

(P.C.C.)  1592. 
DEARSLEY  or  DIERSLY,  HENRY.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity, 

May  21,  1645.   Of  Essex.   Matric.  1645;  Scholar,  1647;  B.A. 

1648-9;  M.A.  1652;  B.D.  1660.  Fellow,  1649.  V.  of  Enfield, 

Middlesex,  1664-72.   Died  1672.    Will  (Consist.  C.  London) 

1672. 
DERSLEY  or  DEESLEY,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens', 

Easter,  1563. 
DEARSLEY,    RICHARD.     Matric.    pens,    from    Peterhouse, 

Michs.  1571. 
DERESLEY,  RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1641.  Of  Suffolk.  One  of  these  names,  of  KirtUng,  Cambs., 

died  1663. 
DEARSLYE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1584. 

Probably  R.  of  Edwardstone,  Suffolk,  1598. 
DEARSLY,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1613;  B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619,  as  Derisley. 
DEARESLEY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1625.    Of  Suffolk.    B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.    One  of  these 

names  sequestered  to  Wickham  St  Paul,  Essex,  c.  1643; 

ejected,  1660.    V.  of  Little  Waldingfield,  1662-4.    Perhaps 

R.  of  Depden,  Suffolk,  1664-85.   Will  proved  (Bury)  1686. 

{Davids,  516.) 
DEARESLEY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 

Easter,  1637;  B.A.  1640-1;  M.A.  1644.  One  of  these  names 

V.  of  Chatteris,  Cambs.,  1660. 
DERISLEY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)   at  Magdalene, 

Sept.  27.  170S.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Kirtling,  Cambs.  School, 

Thurlow,  Cambs.    Matric.  1712;  B.A.   1712-3;  M.A.  1716. 

Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  May  31,   1713;  C.  of  Weston  ColvlUe, 

Suffolk;  priest,  Mjir.  13,  1714-5.  V.  of  Houghton,  Norfolk, 

1731-68.    R.  of  Pensthorpe,  1731-68. 
DERISLEY,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  24,  1751. 

Of  Norfolk.   Probably  s.  of  Thomas  (1708),  above.  Matric. 

1751;  B.A.  1755;  M..\.  1758.   Fellow,  1758-66.  Taxor,  1761. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Feb.  1758;  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  11,  1759. 

Probably  V.  of  Cobham,  Kent,  1762-6. 
DEARSLEY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1580. 

Perhaps  will  (P.C.C.)  1615;  of  Monk's  Eleigh,  Suffolk,  gent. 

DEARSLEY, .   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1620. 

DEAS,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1592-3. 

DEASY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sidney,  Easter,  1619; 
B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  (Perhaps  the  Robert  Dayley,  of 
Northants.,  of  the  Sidney  Admission  register.) 

DEAT  (?),  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1642. 

DEATH,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1559, 
as  Deithe;  Scholar,  1565.  Perhaps  father  of  the  next. 

DEATH,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1617.  S.  of  Anthony,  citizen  and  merchant  taylor  (perhaps 
the  above).  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A. 
1624.  Master  of  Oundle  School,  1624-5;  dismissed.  One  of 
these  names  Head  Master  of  Carlisle  Grammar  School  during 
the  Commonwealth.  Died  Feb.  9,  1679,  aged  80.  Buried  at 
All  Hallows,  Barking.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1680. 

DEATH  or  DETHE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1609;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  from  Queens',  1615. 

DEATH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1609.  Of 
Nottinghamshire.   Matric.  1610;  B.A.  1613-4;  M.A.  1617. 

DETHE, .   Student  at  Peterhouse,  1559. 

DEATH, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1628. 


Dee,  Francis 

DEBANK,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1551; 
B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1554-5-  FeUow  of  Corpus  Christi, 
1554.  Summoned  before  the  visitor  for  being  in  possession 
of  heretical  books.  Perhaps  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1554-5;  'of 
Derbs.*  Received  the  tonsure  (London)  1553-4;  described 
as  a  scholar  of  St  John's.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  21, 1555. 
R.  of  Easton-by-Stamford,  Northants.,  1559.  Chaplain  to 
William,  Earl  of  Pembroke.  R.  of  Willoughby  Waterless, 
Leicester,  1559.  R.  of  Bradwell-Juxta-Mare,  Essex,  1563. 
Died  there  1602.  M.I.   Will,  P.C.C. 

DEBANKE,  NATHANIEL.  M.A.  from  Queens',  1645  (Incorp. 
from  Oxford).  S.  of  William,  of  Locksley,  Warws.,  clerk. 
Matric.  from  Lincoln  College,  Dec.  12,  1634,  age  16;  B.A. 
1638;  M.A.  1641.  Fellow  of  Queens',  1645-7.  {Al.  Oxon.) 

DEBANKE, .   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1552. 

Probably  John  (above). 
DEBARY,  PETER.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  23, 

1742.  S.  of  Peter,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric. 

1742;  Scholar,  1743;  B.A.  1745-6;  M.A.  1749.   Fellow,  1748. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim.  from  London)  Mar.  4, 1747-8 ; 

priest,  Feb.  19,  1748-9.   V.  of  Hurstboume  Tarrant,  Hants. 

V.  of  Burbage,  Wilts.  Died  Jan.  4, 1814.  (Al.  Westmon.,  327.) 

DEBAT,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Jan.  29,  1741-2. 
Of  Middlesex.  Matric.  1742;  B.A,  1745-6;  M.A.  1749.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  June  5,  1748;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1748.  Will 
of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1785;  of  Bristol,  clerk. 

DEBDEN,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Caius,  c.  1596. 

DEBNAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  as  'Deadman,' 
Mar.  19,  1616-7.  B.  at  Braintree,  Essex.  Matric.  1617,  as 
'Dedman';  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Sept.  18,  1624;  priest.  Mar  13,  1624-5.  V.  of  Chrishall, 
Essex,  1657-73.   R-  of  Strethall,  1670-2.   Died  1673. 

DEBENHAM,  SAMUEL,   Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Lent, 

1581-2. 
DE  BERG,  CHARLES  BERNARD.  Adm.  at  Trinity,  a  scholar 

from  Westminster,  May  30,  1636. 
DEBNEY,  JOHN.    Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  24, 

1616.  S.  of  Robert,  Alderman  of  Norwich.  Adm.  at  Gray's 

Inn,  1618. 
DEBORDES,  LEWIS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  15,  1704. 

S.  of  James,  of  Greenwich,  Kent.    School,  Westminster. 

M.A.  1728  {Com.  Reg.).  V.  of  Nazing,  Essex,  1719-21.  R.  of 

St  Lawrence,  Newland,  1720.    V.  of  East  Ham,  1728-33. 

Chaplain  to  Duke  of  Dorset.  Died  Sept.  3, 1733.  Will,  P.C.C. 

{Al.  Westmon.,  245.) 
DE  BRfeVAL,  FRANCIS  DURANT.  D.D.  1675  {LU.  Reg.).  Came 

to  England,   probably,   about   1669.    Said   to  have  been, 

originally,  a  Capuchin.    F>reb.  of  Rochester,  1671.    Preb.  of 

Westminster,  1675.   R.  of  Milton  by  Gravesend,  1680-1708. 

Buried  in  Westminster  Abbey,  Jan.   29,    1707-8.     {West- 
minster Abbey  Register.) 
DECHAIR,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  2, 

1702.  S.  of  Edward,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's.   Matric. 

1702;  Scholar,  1703;  B.A.  1705-6;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse, 

1709.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1708-10.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 

Dec.  18,  1709;  priest,  Dec.  24,  1710.   V.  of  Culham,  Oxon. 

Will  (P.C.C.)  1763;  of  St  Gregory,  London,  clerk. 
DE  CHESSOY,  PAUL.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 

10,  1678.  S.  of  Paul,  M.D.  B.  at  Peterboroug:h,  Northants. 

School,  Long-Orton  (private;  Mr  King).   Matric.  1678;  B.A. 

from  King's,  168 1-2. 
DECONSON,  W.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  Easter,  1565. 

DECRITZ,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  May  25, 
1646.  S.  of  John,  of  London.  (A  Fleming,  Serjeant  painter 
to  the  King.)  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  Migrated  to 
Oxford.  B.A.  from  Jesus  College,  as  Decreete,  1649;  Scholar, 
1649;  by  Parliamentary  visitors.    {Al.  Oxon;  Burrows,  177.) 

'DEDDINGFIELD,'  JOHN,  see  BEDINGFIELD. 

DEE,  ADRIAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1623.  S. 
of  Francis  (next),  D.D.  B.  Dec.  1,  1606.  Bapt.  at  Canterbury 
Cathedral,  Jan.  4,  1606-7.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'. 
Scholar,  1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.  Canon  of  Chichester, 
1633.  Died  May  8, 1638.  Will,  P.C.C.  {Robinson.  1.  100;  Vis. 
of  Sussex.) 

DEE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  St  John's,  c.  1595.  S.  of  David,  of 
Salop,  preb.  of  St  Paul's.  B.  in  London.  School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603;  B.D.  1610;  D.D.  1616. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1603.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Apr.  25; 
priest.  May  i,  1602.  R.  of  Trinity-the-Less,  London,  1607- 
20;  of  All  Hallows,  Lombard  Street,  1615-34.  Chancellor  of 
Salisbury,  1619-34.  V.  of  Sutton-at-Hone,  Kent,  1620-2. 
Dean  of  Chichester,  1630-4.  R.  of  Castor,  Northants.,  1634-8. 
Bishop  of  Peterborough,  1634-8.  Died  Oct.  8,  1638.  Buried 
in  his  Cathedral.  Will,  P.C.C.  Benefactor  to  St  John's. 
Father  of  Adrian  (above).    {D.N.B.) 


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Dee,  John 


DEE,  JOHN.  Aclm.  pens,  at  St  John's,  Nov.  1542.  S.  of 
Rowland,  gentlenaan-sewer  to  Henry  VII.  B.  in  London, 
July  13,  1527.  School,  Chelmsford.  Matric.  1544;  B.A.  1545- 
6;  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1548.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1546. 
Assistant  Greek  Reader.  Original  Fellow  of  Trinity,  1546. 
Studied  at  Louvain,  1548.  Perhaps  LL.D.  there.  Lectured 
on  Euclid  at  Paris,  1550.  R.  of  Upton-on-Sevem,  and  Long 
Leadenhall,  Lines.  Travelled  much  abroad.  Perhaps 
Chancellor  of  St  Paul's,  1594.  Warden  of  Manchester  College, 
1595-1608.  Retired,  c.  1604,  to  Mortlake,  where  he  died, 
and  was  buried,  Dec.  1608.  An  excellent  mathematician, 
but  better  known  as  an  astrologer.   (Cooper,  11.  497;  D.N.B.) 

DEE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  4,  1640.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Wexham,  Bucks.,  1642-83.  Died  1683.  (Lipscomb,  iv. 
583.) 

DEE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1632;  B.A. 
1635-6;  M.A.  1639. 

DEEBLE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  15,  1646; 
M.A.  1647.  S.  of  Nicholas,  of  Calstock,  Cornwall.  Matric. 
at  Oxford,  Dec.  6,  1639,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1644-5.  R. 
of  Calstock,  Cornwall,  1645. 

DEEDS,  JULIUS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christ:,  1709.  S.  of  William, 
physician  at  Canterbury.  School,  Canterbury.  Matric.  1710; 
Scholar,  1711;  B.A.  I7i3-4;M.A.  1717.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  17,  1716-7;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1718.  R.  of  Dimchurch, 
Kent,  1718-52.  R.  of  Gt  Mongeham,  1730-52.  Preb.  of 
Canterbury,  1739.  Died  Apr.  19,  1752,  aged  59.  Buried  at 
Hythe,  in  the  family  vault.    (Burke,  L.G.;  Masters.) 

DEEKES,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Lent, 
1615-6;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622. 

DEEPDALE,  JOHN  DE.  A  Southern  student  at  Cambridge  who 
received  a  pardon  for  participation  in  a  riot,  with  the 
Northerners,  1261.   (Fuller,  29.) 

DEERE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  July  5,  1695. 
S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Ashwell,  Herts.  School,  Buntingford 
(Mr  England).  Scholar,  1695-6;  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699- 
1700.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  July  5,  1702.  C.  of  Croxton,  Cambs. 
Father  of  the  next.    (Peile,  11.  134.) 

DEERE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Jan.  11,  1723-4. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  S.  of  the  above.  Matric.  1724;  Scholar; 
B.A.  1727-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1728.  P.C.  of 
St  John  Baptist  and  the  Holy  Sepulchre,  Norwich,  1737. 
Minor  canon  of  Norwich.  Died  July  23,  1737,  aged  31. 
Buried  in  Norwich  Cathedral.   (A.  Gray;  Blomefield,  iv.  25.) 

DEER,  SAMUEL  (1646),  see  DYER. 

DEER, .   Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1473-4. 

DEFFORD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1565. 
Perhaps  Destford. 

DEFRIAN,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1590; 
B.A.  1593-4,  as  Defraine. 

DE  GALLS,  GERARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  1, 
1693.  S.  of  Philip.  B.  at  Amsterdam.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1695.  Gerard  De  Gols,  R.  of  St  Peter's,  Sandwich, 
1713-37.  Also  minister  to  the  Dutch  congregation  at  St 
Clement's,  Sandwich.  One  of  the  persons  appointed  by  the 
Corporation  to  support  the  canopies  at  the  coronation  of 
George  II.  Author,  S«-mons,  etc.  Died  Feb.  22, 1737.  Buried 
at  St  Clement's.    (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DEGGE,  HERVEY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  10, 
1726.  S.  of  Simon  (1693),  of  Derbyshire.  School,  West- 
minster. Matric.  1726;  Scholar,  1727;  B.A.  1729-30.  Fellow, 
1732.  Died  May  22,  1732-3.  Brother  of  Staunton  (1722)  and 
Simon  (1715).    (F.M.G.,  981.) 

DEGGE,  SIMON.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  18,  1693.  Of 
Worcestershire.  S.  of  Simon,  of  Broadwater,  Worcs.  B.  1676. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1693.  Married  (i)  Selina,  dau.  of 
William  Williams,  of  Rempston,  Notts.;  (2)  Jane,  dau.  of 
Harvey  Staunton,  Esq.,  of  Derbyshire.  Father  of  Simon 
(1715),  Staunton  (1722)  and  Hervey  (1726).  (Staffs.  Pedi- 
grees; Vis.  of  Derbs.,  1662;  Erdeswicke's  Survey  of  Staffs., 

LX.) 

DEGGE,  SIMON.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  1, 
1710.  S.  of  William,  deceased.  B.  at  Derby.  School,  Heydon 
(private;  Mr  Goodwin).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1709. 
Perhaps  F.R.S.  1723.  Died  Nov.  8,  1729,  aged  35.  M.I. 
at  Gravely,  Herts.  (F.M.G.,  983;  Lysons's  Derbs.;  Jewitt's 
Reliq.,  xxii.  238.) 

DEGGE,  SIMON.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Nov.  28,  1715- 
S.  of  Simon  (1693).  B.  at  Nottingham,  1697.  Matric.  1716-7; 
M.A.  1717  (Com.  Reg.).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1712; 
s.  and  h.  of  Simon,  of  Derby,  Esq.  Of  Blithebridge,  Staffs, 
and  Bowden  Hall,  Derbs.  Probably  F.R.S.  1730  (see  the 
above:  there  are  two  elections,  and  two  signatures,  but  these 
look  alike).  Died  c.  1765.  Brother  of  Staunton  (1722)  and 
Hervey  (1726).  (Lysons's  Derbs.,  cxxv.;  Erdeswicke's 
Staffs.,  LX.) 


Beios,  John 

DEGGE,  STAUNTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Trinity,  June  17, 
1722.  S.  of  Simon  (1693),  of  Derby.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  1723;  Scholar,  1724;  B.A.  1725-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1730.  R.  of  Staunton,  Notts.  Brother  of 
Hervey  (1726)  and  Simon  (1715). 

DE  GREY,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  27, 
1636.  S.  of  Sir  William,  Knt.,  of  Merton,  Norfolk,  deceased. 
School,  Thetford  (Mr  Ward).  Matric.  1637.  Perhaps  scholar 
of  Trinity  HaU,  1639.  Major  in  the  Royalist  army; '  employed 
under  Sir  William  Hopton.'  Compounded  for  his  estates. 
Went  to  reside  at  Merton  HaU,  1677;  afterwards  at  Thetford, 
1686.  Buried  at  Merton,  Mar.  6,  1689-90.  Will  (Norw. 
archd.  C.)  1690.   (Venn,  i.  323.) 

DE  GREY,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  7,  1630. 
S.  of  Sir  William,  Knt.  B.  at  Merton,  Norfolk.  School,  Bury. 
Matric.  1631.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  13,  1633. 
Died  July  3,  1665.  Buried  at  Merton.  M.I.  Father  of 
WiUiam  (1668),  brother  of  Robert  (1629),  WiUiam  (1645)  and 
Edmund  (1636).    (Venn,  i.  293.) 

DE  GRAY,  JAMES  (1700),  see  BEDINGFIELD. 

DE  GREY,  ROBERT.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr. 

21,  1629.  S.  of  Sir  WiUiam,  Knt.,  of  Merton,  NorfoUc.  B. 
at  Ellingham.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1629.  Adm..  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Nov.  15,  1631.  Knighted,  1641.  Royalist. 
Buried  at  Merton,  Oct.  21,  1644.  WiU  (Norwich)  1645.  Brother 
of  James  (1630),  Edmund  (1636)  and  WiUiam  (1645).  (Venn, 
I.  288.) 

DE  GREY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  18,  1697.  S.  of  William,  Esq.  B.  at  Merton,  Norfolk. 
School,  Bury.  Matric.  1697.  M.P.  for  Thetford,  1708-10; 
for  Norfolk,  1715-27.  Of  Merton,  Esq.  Buried  at  Merton, 
Dec.  18,  1765.    Father  of  the  next.    (A.  B.  Beaven.) 

DE  GREY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  29,  1735.  S.  of  Thomas  (above),  of  Merton,  Norfolk. 
School,  Bury.  M.P.  for  Norfolk,  1764-74.  Lieutenant- 
Colonel  of  the  Norfolk  MiUtia,  1764.  Died  June  23,  1781. 
Buried  at  Merton.   (Peile,  11.  231.) 

DE  GREY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  i, 
1645.  S.  of  Sir  WilUam,  Knt.  B.  at  Merton,  NorfoUs.  Bapt. 
July  22,  1626.  School,  Thetford  (Mr  Ward).  Matric.  1645; 
B.A.  from  Trinity  HaU,  1647-8;  M.A.  (Com.  Reg.)  1671. 
Major  in  the  army.  Described  as  of  Norwich,  in  1656;  and 
of  Merton,  in  1686.  Brother  of  James  (1630),  Edmund  {1636) 
and  Robert  (1629).    (Venn,  i.  357.) 

DE  GREY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr. 

22,  1668.  S.  of  James  (1630),  Esq.,  deceased.  B.  at  Merton, 
Norfolk.  School,  Thetford  (Mr  Keen).  Matric.  1668.  Adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  22,  1671.  M.P.  for  Thetford, 
1685.  Resided  at  Merton.  Buried  there  Mar.  1,  1686-7. 
(Venn,  i.  434.) 

DE  GREY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Feb.  23, 
I73&-7.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Merton,  Norfolk.  B.  July  7, 
1719.  Matric.  1737;  M.A.  1770  (Lit.  Reg.).  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Jan.  26,  1737-8.  CaUed  to  the  Bar,  1742. 
Reader,  1765.  Treasurer,  1766.  K.C.  1758.  M.P.  for  Newport, 
CornwaU,  1761-70;  for  the  University,  1770-1.  Attorney- 
General,  1766-71.  Knighted.  Chief  Justice  C.P.  1771-80. 
Created  Baron  Walsingham,  1780.  Died  May  9,  1781. 
(D.N.B.;  where  he  is  wrongly  assigned  to  Christ's.) 

DEGULHON  or  DIGULHON,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at 
St  John's,  June  20,  1739.  S.  of  Stephen,  gent.,  of  Middlesex. 
B.  in  London.  School,  Canterbury.  Matric.  1739;  B.A. 
1742-3;  M.A.  1771.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  29,  1743; 
priest,  June  9,  1745.  R.  of  Ashby,  Norfolk,  1746-85.  R.  of 
Carleton  St  Peter  and  V.  of  Claxton,  1747-85.  Preacher  at 
Berwick  Street  Chapel,  Soho,  1755.  P.C.  of  Marylebone,  1767. 
Died  Sept.  10,  1785.   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  501;  G.  Mag.) 

DE  HAGUE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1715.  Of 
Huguenot  origin.  B.  in  Norwich.  Matric.  Lent,  1718-9;  B.A. 
1719-20. 

DEHANY,  DAVID.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  July  24,  1740. 
Of  Jamaica.  S.  of  David,  merchant,  of  Bristol.  B.  Apr.  20, 
1724.  Matric.  1740-1.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  1,  1742. 
Died  June  22,  1761.   (Laurence-Archer,  West  Indies,  335.) 

DEICROWE,  BENJAMIN.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1619;  B.A. 
1622-3. 

DEIGHTON,  see  DIGHTON. 

DEIKE,  see  DYKE. 

DEINCOURT,  OLIVER.  M.A.  Benefactor  to  the  University. 
ChanceUor,  some  time  in  the  14th  century.  One  of  these 
names  s.  of  William,  Baron  of  Blankney.  Died  before  1392. 
(Blore,  151;  G.E.C.) 

DEIOS  or  DEYOS,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1610-1.  Of 
Buckinghamshire.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  HaU,  Oxford, 
Dec.  1607,  age  17;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1613-4.  Incorp.  at  Cam- 
bridge, 1614.  Probably  R.  of  Wavendon,  Bucks.,  1636 
(Peile,  I.  266.) 


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Deios,  Laurence 

DEIOS,  DEIOSTE  or  DYOS,  LAURENCE.  Matric.  pens,  from 
St  John's,  Easter,  1571.  B.  in  Salop.  B.A.  1572-3;  M.A. 
1576;  B.D.  1583.  Fellow,  1573.  Afterwards  a  minister  in 
London.  R.  of  Chiddingstone,  Kent,  1585-1618.  R.  of 
Brastead,  1592-1618.  Author,  S^rwons.  Buried  at  Chidding- 
stone, Dec.  27,  1618.  (Cooper,  11.  476;  iii.  83;  D.N.B.; 
H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DIOS,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1607. 
B.  at  Charing,  Kent.  B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (London)  Mar.  i,  1617-8,  age  26. 

DEIOS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  Lent,  1588-9; 
B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  1596. 

DEKENZIE,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1626. 

DE  LA  CHAMBER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  19, 
1638,  as  Chambers.  Died  whilst  a  student.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1640.  Mentions  his  tutor  and  kinsman,  Richard  WeUer,  and 
several  student  friends.  Uncle,  William  Newton,  exor. 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DE  LA  CHAMPE,  see  DALECHAMP. 

DELACOURTE,   JOHN.    Matric.   pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 

Michs.  1554. 

DELACRE,  see  also  DILLAKER. 

DELACRE,  MICHAEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  17,  1641. 
One  of  this  name  (' Miles'),  ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln) 
Jan.  8,  1660-1.   R.  of  Paston,  Northants.,  1669. 

DELACRE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse, 
Apr.  6,  1637.  Of  Huntingdonshire.  School,  Wisbech. 
Matric.  1637.  Migrated  to  Trinity,  Feb.  10,  1637-8.  Scholar, 
1638;  B.A.  1640-1;  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1646. 

DE  LA  CROZE,  ANTHONY  MARK.  Incorp.  LL.D.  1693,  from 
Orleans. 

DE  LA  DOUESPE,  EZEKIEL  PAUL,  see  DOUESPE. 

DELAHAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  25,  1646.  Of 
Herefordshire.  Matric.  1646;  Scholar,  1649;  B.A.  1649-50; 
M.A.  1653.   Fellow,  1651. 

DELAHAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Tune  27,  1682. 
Matric.  1682;  Scholar,  1685;  B.A.  1685-6;  M.A.  1691. 
Perhaps  Matric.  from  Balliol  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  22, 
1682-3,  age  17;  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Peterchurch,  Hereford. 
No  Oxford  degree.  Perhaps  R.  of  Gt  Greenford,  Middlesex, 
1689-1730.   Will  (Consist.  C.  London)  1730.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

DELAHAY,  PAUL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Mar.  31,  1651.  Of 
Herefordshire.   Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1654-5. 

DE  LA  HAYE,  PETER.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  26)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  5,  1671.  S.  of  Jacques,  of  Caen,  Normandy.  B.  there. 
School,  Paris.   Matric.  1671;  M.A.  1674  (Lit.  Reg.). 

DE  LA  MORE,  ADAM.  University  Bedell,  c.  1350.  Benefactor. 
(Stokes,  Bedells,  55.) 

DELAMORE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Dec. 

20,  1709.    S.  of  William,  gent.    B.  at  Long  Sutton,  Lines. 

School,  Wisbech.    Matric.  1710;  B.A.   1713-4;  M.A.   1717. 

Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  23,  1716;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  1718. 

C.  of  Walsoken.  Brother  of  Richard  (1715).  (Lines.  Pedigrees, 

1 194.) 
DELAMORE,  MARTIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Jan.  31,  1625-6. 

Matric.    1626;    B.A.    1629-30;    M.A.    1633.     Ord.    deacon 

(Norwich)  June  i;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1634.    R.  of  AH  Saints', 

Colchester,  1637-9.   V.  of  Littleport,  Cambs.,  1639. 
DELAMORE,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 

July  0,   1715-    S.  of  William,  gent.    B.  at  Sutton,  Lines. 

School,  Wisbech.   Matric.  1716;  M.B.  1721.  Brother  of  John 

(1709). 

DELAMOTTE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  May 
18,  1736.   Of  Greenwich,  Kent.   Matric.  1736. 

DE  LANCY,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1721.  S.  and  h. 
of  Stephen,  merchant,  of  New  York.  B.  in  America,  1703. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1723.  Chief  Justice  and  Lieuten- 
ant Governor  of  New  York.  Married  Ann  Heathcote.  Died 
July  31,  1760.   Father  of  the  next.   (Masters.) 

DE  LANCY,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1750.  S.  of 
James,  above.  B.  in  America,  1732.  School,  Eton.  Matric. 
1750.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  2,  1753.  Married,  1771, 
Margaret,  dau.  of  William  Allen,  Chief  Justice  of  Pennsyl- 
vania.  Died  at  Bath,  1800.   (E.  A.  Jones.) 

DELANDE,  ALBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  27,  1728. 
S.  and  h.  of  Albert,  of  St  Giles-in-the-Fields,  captain.  B.  in 
London.  Matric.  1729.  Adm.  to  the  Middle  Temple,  Oct.  22, 
1733;  and  to  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  23,  1736-7. 

DEL'ANGLE('LANGLEY'),  JOHN  MAXIMILIAN.  Incorp.  D.D. 
from  Leyden,  1681.    Probably  2nd  s.  of  Jean  Maximilian, 


Delaune,  William 

Protestant  (Uvine,  of  Rouen.  Huguenot  refugee.  V.  of 
Ruishp  Midds.,  1674-82.  Preb.  of  Canterbury,  1678-172^ 
S-  °f  if'^^^*°°'  ^^''*'  1681-92.  V.  of  SiberUwold,  1684. 
R.  of  St  George  and  St  Mary,  Canterbury,  1686-02  R  of 
Chartham,  Kent,  1695-1724.  Died  Nov.  11,  1724  aged  8^ 
Buned  at  Chartham.  M.I.  Another  of  these  names  s  of 
Dr  Samuel,  of  Rouen,  matric.  at  Oxford,  1684.  (H  G 
Harrison.) 

DELAP,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  30,  1743. 
S.  of  John,  of  Gainsborough,  Lines.  B.  at  Spilsby.  School 
Beverley,  Yorks.  (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1743.  Migrated  to 
Magdalene,  Mar.  15,  1743-4.  B.A.  1746-7;  M.A.  1750;  D.D 
1762.  FeUow  of  Magdalene,  1748.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
May  21,  1749;  priest,  Dec.  23,  1750.  Perhaps  R.  of  Ousby, 
Cumberland,  1759-66.  V.  of  Iford  and  Kingston,  Sussex, 
1765-1812.  V.  of  Woolavington,  Somerset,  1774-1812.  Poet 
and  dramatist.   Died  in  London,  1812.   (D.N.B.) 

DE  LA  PLACE,  PETER.   Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1647. 

Of  France.   Matric.  Easter,  1649;  B-A.  1649-50. 
DE  LA  POLE,  see  also  POLE. 

DE  LA  POOLE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  1, 
1666.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  20,  1668. 

DE  LA  PYENDE,  STEPHEN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
Easter,  1606.  Of  Depden,  Sufiolk.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
1610-1. 

DELAUNE  or  DELAUNCE,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Em- 
manuel, Mar.  17,  1610-1.  S.  of  Gideon,  of  London  and 
Sharsted,  Dodington,  Kent.  Matric.  1611;  B.A.  1614-5; 
M.A.  1618.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1619.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of 
Sir  Richard  Sondes,  of  Throwley,  Kent.  Died  Jan.  23, 
1637-8.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1638.  Father  of  William  (1648). 
(LeNeve,  179;  N.  and  Q.,  5th  S.,  xii.  117;  Vis.  of  Kent,  1663.) 

DELAWNE,  HENRY.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Nov.  16, 

1610.  S.  of  Isaac,  M.D.,  a  Frenchman.  School,  Norwich. 
(Pedigree  in  Vis.  of  London,  1634.) 

DE  LAWNE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  scholar  at  Corpus  Christi, 
July  4,1618.  Of  Norwich.  S.  of  Peter,  minister  of  the  French 
Congregation  at  Norwich.  School,  Norwich.  Matric.  pens. 
1618;  B.A.  162 1-2;  M.A.  1625.  V.  of  Broad  Hempston, 
Devon,  1630.  Translated  Du  Moulin's  Logic  into  English, 
1624.   (Masters,  277;  Add.  MSS.,  5867.) 

DE  LAWNE,  PAUL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  29,  1604. 
S.  of  William  (1583).  B.  in  London.  B.A.  1607-8;  M.A.  1611; 
M.D.  1615  (Incorp.  from  Padua).   Incorp.  at  Oxford  (M.A.) 

1611.  For  many  years  in  Ireland,  as  physician  to  the  Viceroy. 
F.R.C.P.  1618.  Elect,  1642.  Censor,  1643.  Professor  of 
Physic  at  Gresham  College,  1642-5^:.  Physician-general  to 
the  fleet,  1654.  Probably  died  in  Jamaica,  Dec.  1654.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1657.  (D.N.B.;  Munk,  i.  170;  Vis.  of  London,  1634.) 

DELAWNE  or  LAWNE,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peter- 
house,  Easter,  1588,  as  'Lawe';  B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  1597; 
D.D.  1617.   Perhaps  R.  of  Redenhall,  Norfolk,  1629. 

DE  LAUNE,  PETER.  D.D.  1635  (on  visit  of  Charles,  Count 
Elector  Palatine).  S.  of  William  (1583).  Of  Peterhouse, 
where  he  gave  £25  to  the  College  Chapel.  Dr  De  Lawne 
was  pastor  of  the  French  congregation  (Add.  MSS.,  5867) 
at  Nor\vich  in  1647.  (Vis.  of  London,  1634;  Blomefield,  11. 
258.) 

DELAUNE,  WILLIAM.  Resident  at  Cambridge,  in  1583;  but 
doubtful  if  a  member  of  the  University.  L.R.C.P.  1582. 
A  French  protestant  minister.  Studied  medicine  at  Paris  and 
Montpelier  for  eight  years.  Fled  to  England.  Practised 
chiefly  in  London.  Buried  at  St  Anne's,  Blackfriars,  Feb.  lo, 
1610.  Author,  an  epitome  of  Calvin's  Institution.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1611;  'preacher  of  the  word  of  God  and  physician.' 
Father  of  Paul  (above)  and  Peter.  (D.N.B.;  Cooper,  i. 
490;  Vis.  of  London,  1634.) 

DELAUNE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Sidney, 
May  23,  1648.  S.  of  Abraham  (1610-1),  Esq.,  deceased.  B. 
at  Throwley,  Kent  (his  mother's  home).  Schools,  Caen, 
Normandy,  and  Brornley,  Kent  (Mr  Brookes).  Matric.  1648. 
Of  London,  merchant,  and  of  Sharsted,  Dodington,  Kent. 
Knighted,  Jan.  10,  1663-4.  Died  1667.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Le 
Neve,  179;  N.  and  Q.,  5th  S.,  xii.  29;  Vis.  of  Sussex,  1663.) 

DELAUNE,  WILLIAM.  D.D.  1714  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Benjamin,  of  London,  gent.  B.  Apr.  14,  1659.  School, 
Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  from  St  John's  College,  Oxford, 
July  2,  1675,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  '1679;  M.A.  1683;  B.D. 
1688;  D.D.  1697.  President  of  St  John's,  1698-1728.  Vice- 
Chancellor,  1702-6.  Lady  Margaret  Professor,  at  Oxford, 
1715-28.  Preb.  of  Winchester,  1702-28;  of  Worcester,  1715- 
28.  R.  of  Chilbolton,  Hants.,  1689.  R.  of  Handborough, 
Oxon.,  1699.  Died  May  23,  1728.  Buried  in  St  John's  College 
Chapel,  Oxford.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1729.  (--I'-  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 


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Delaval,  Edward  Hussey 

DELAVAL,  EDWARD  HUSSEY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  i8)  at 
Pembroke,  July  4,  i747.  S.  of  Francis  Blake,  of  Seaton 
Delaval,  Northumberland,  Esa.  Bapt.  at  Newbum,  June  12, 
1720.  Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1750-1;  M.A.  1754-  FeUow,  1751. 
Classical  scholar  and  chemist.  F.R.S.  1759-  Author.  Married, 
Dec.  22,  1808,  Sarah,  dau.  of  George  Scott,  of  Methley,  Yorks. 
Died  Aug.  14,  1814,  at  Parliament  Place,  Old  Palace  Yard, 
Westminster.  Buried  in  the  Abbey.  Brother  of  John  Blake 
(1746).  (D.N.B.;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
DELAVALL,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Magdalene 
Easter,  1637.  Perhaps2nds.of  Sir  Robert,  of  Seaton  Delaval. 
Of  Dissington,  Northumberland. 
DELAVAL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's^  July  3.  1672.  S.  of 
Sir  Ralph,  Bart.  B.  at  Seaton  Delaval,  Northumberland. 
Bapt.  at  Earsdon,  Nov.  7.  i654-  Colonel  in  the  Guards. 
Succeeded  as  3rd  Bart.,  Aug.  1696.  M.P.  for  Morpeth,  1701- 
5-  for  Northumberland,  1705-8.  Buned  at  Earsdon,  June  8, 
1729.  WiU  (Durham)  1729.  (G.E.C.;  Peile,  n.  44-5;  H.  M. 
Wood.) 
DELAVAL,  JOHN  BLAKE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke 
July  3,  1746.  S.  of  Francis  Blake,  Esq.,  of  Seaton  Delaval, 
Northumberland.  B.  in  London,  Mar.  17,  1728.  Sir  John 
Hussey-Delaval,  M.P.  for  Berwick,  i754-6i,  1765-74,  J78o-6. 
Created  Bart.,  July  i,  1761.  Baron  Delaval  of  Redford  in 
the  Peerage  of  Ireland,  1783-  Raised  to  the  peerage  of  the 
United  Kingdom,  Aug.  21,  1786.  Died  at  Seaton,  May  17, 
1808.  Buried  in  St  Paul's  Chapel,  Westminster  Abbey. 
Brother  of  Edward  (i747).  {G.E.C.;  H.  M.  Wood;  A.  B. 
Beaven.) 
DELAVALL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
July  II  1633.  S.  of  Sir  Ralph,  Knt.,  of  Seaton  Delaval, 
Northumberland.  Bapt.  at  Earsdon,  Apr.  28,  1616.  School, 
Morpeth.  Matric.  1633.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Sir  Peter 
Riddell,  of  Newcastle.  Buried  at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle, 
June  2,  1667.  Father  of  the  next.  (Le  Neve,  KmgMs,  432; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 
DELAVAL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  4, 
1666-7.  S.  of  William  (above).  B.  at  Seaton  Delaval, 
Northumberland.  School,  Newcastle  (Mr  Oxley).  Matric. 
1667;  B.A.  1670-1.  Buried  at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle,  Jan. 
28,  1675-6.  {Peile,  II.  9;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
DE  LA  WOODE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  c.  1596. 
DELBOE,  SIMON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  27, 
1676.  S.  of  Simon.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1676;  Scholar  from 
Westminster,  1677;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683.  Fellow,  1682. 
Probably  of  Dutch  origin.  One  Simon  Delbo  was  deacon  of 
the  Dutch  Church  in  London,  1658.  (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DELBRIDGE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  3,  1604. 
S  and  h.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Barnstaple,  Devon.  Matric.  1604. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  10,  1606.  One  of  these 
names  M.P.  for  Barnstaple,  1620,  1624,  1625,  1626,  1628. 
DELBRIDGE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Aug. 
20,  1607.  Matric.  1607;  B.A.  161 1-2;  M.A.  1615;  B.D.  1622. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1615.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22; 
priest,  Dec.  23,  1621. 
DELBRIDGE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 

June  23,  1654.   S.  of ,  clerk.   B.  in  Cornwall.    Matnc. 

1656-7,  as  'John.' 
DELEMARCHE,  HENRY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter, 

1617. 
DELENE,  TIMOTHY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1601. 

Of  Warwickshire.   Perhaps  R.  of  Ashow,  Warws. 
DELIGNE,  ERASMUS.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  26,  1639.   S.  of  Sir  Daniel,  of  Harlaxton,  Lines.,  Knt. 
B.    in    London.     School,  Nottingham    (Mr  Gambett).     Of 
Harlaxton,  Esq.    Married  twice,  and  had  issue.   Died  1683. 
His  father  (b.  at  Frankfort)  came  to  England,  c.  1613,  on 
account  of  religious  persecution;  and  was  knighted  1620. 
{Lines.  Pedigrees ;  Tumor's  Grantham.) 
DELYNE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1641. 
DELKE,  WILLIAM,  see  DILKE. 

DELL,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May  22, 
1694.  S.  of  WiUiam.  B.  at  SampshUl,  Beds.  Bapt.  at 
Westoning,  June  14,  1676.  School,  Buckingham  (Mr  Styles). 
Scholar,  1694-5;  Matric.  1695;  LL.B.  1710.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincota)  May  26,  1700;  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  30,  1705.  R. 
of  Foulness,  Essex,  1706.  Died  unmarried,  1714.  Admon. 
(Consist.  C.  London)  to  his  brother  Humphrey.  Grandson  of 
WiUiam  (1623-4),  Master  of  Caius.  {Peile,  11.  i$o;Add.  MSS. 
5867;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DELL,  HUMFREY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  18, 
1721  S.  of  Humphrey,  jeweUer,  of  Middlesex.  B.  in  London. 
School,  St  Paul's.  Matric.  1723;  M.B.  1727.  Practised  physic 
at  Flitwick,  Beds.  Died  Sept.  12,  1764.  Said  to  be  a  descend- 
ant of  WiUiam  DeU,  the  puritan  Master  of  Caius.  {Scott- 
Mayor,  III.  344;  L.  Mag.;  G.  Mag.) 


Denbigh,  William 

DELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  i,  1669. 
S.  of  William  (1623-4).  B.  at  Yelden,  Beds.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1675.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4,  1674;  priest  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  1685.  R.  of  (mediety  of)  Woodford,  Northants.,  1690- 
1707.  R.  of  Tilbrook,  Beds.,  1691.  Buried  at  NorthiU,  Beds., 
Sept.  4,  1707.  {Peile,  u.  19;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
DELL,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Queens',  171 1.  Of  ComwaU.  Matric. 
from  Pembroke  CoUege,  Oxford,  Oct.  27,  1694;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1699.  DoubtlessR.  of  Blisland,  ComwaU,  1709.  R.  of  Ruan- 
Lanihome,  1711-5.  Died  1715-  Admon.  (Exeter)  1715.  {Al. 
Oxon.) 
DELL,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Lent,  1623-4; 
B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  FeUow  of  Emmanuel.  For  some 
years  chaplain  in  the  Parliamentary  army.  R.  of  Yelden, 
Beds.,  1641-62,  where  he  invited  John  Bunyan  to  preach  in 
his  church.  Intmded  as  Master  of  Caius,  May  4,  1649. 
Resigned,  May  11,  1660.  Ejected  from  Yelden,  1662;  and 
retired  to  a  property  at  Westoning.  Buried  at  Yelden.  Will 
proved  (P.C.C.)  1670.  {D.N.B.  unfortunately  identifies  him 
with  the  next,  and  gives  credence  to  the  legend  of  his  being 
buried  in  unconsecrated  ground.  For  a  fuU  account  of  his 
life  and  works  see  Venn,  1.  375.  and  Caius  Coll.  History.) 
DELL,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1628.  Incorp.  from  Oxford.  Of  WUt- 
shire.  Matric.  from  St  John's  CoUege,  Oxford,  Nov.  12,  1619, 
age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  Secretary  to 
Archbishop  Laud.  P.C.  of  St  Mary  Aldermanbury,  1629-31. 
R.  of  Frittenden,  Kent,  1635.  See  the  above  entry.  {Al.Oxon.) 
DELL,  WILLIAM  (1627),  see  DALE. 

DELME,  PHILIP.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  2,  1607. 

Matric.  1607,  as  'Delve.'   WiU  of  PhiUp  Dehne  (minister  of 

the  Walloon   Church,   Canterbury)   proved   (P.C.C.)    1654. 

(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DE  LOCHES,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  22,  1715. 

B.  at  HuU,  Yorks.   Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9. 
DELOMENCE,   HENRY  AUGUSTUS;    Count  Montbron,  M.A. 

1625  (on  King's  visit). 
DELVES,  HENRY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Mar.  18,  1718-g. 
S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of  Doddington,  Cheshire,  Bart.    B.  at 
Chelsea,  Middlesex,  July  18,  1700.   Matric.  1719.   Died  Apr. 
10,  1725.   (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  D.  L.  Broughton,  Records  of  a 
Cheshire  Family.) 
DELVES,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  20, 
1671.    S.  of  WUliam.    B.  at  Knutsford,  Cheshire.    School, 
Tamworth    (Mr    Antrobus).     Matric.    1671;    B.A.    1674-5- 
Brother  of  WiUiam  (1671). 
DELVES,  LAURENCE.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 
Apr.  28,  1619.   S.  of  Sir  Thomas,  of  Doddington,  Cheshire, 
Knt    (afterwards  Bart.).    Matric.  1619.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Nov.  25,  1620.    Died  s.p.    (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 
DELVES,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  22, 
1668.    S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Hastings,  Sussex.    B.  at 
BexhiU.    Schools,  'Boan'  and  Merchant  Taylors'.    Matric. 
1668;  B.A.  1671-2.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  14,  1674. 
as  of  Trinity  CoUege.    (S.  of  Nicholas,  Master  of  Merchant 
Taylors'  Company,  according  to  C.  J.  Robinson's  School 
Register.) 
DELVES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  29, 
1671.    S.  of  WUliam.    B.  at  Knutsford.    School,  Knutsford 
(Mr  Turner).   Matric.  1671.  Brother  of  John  (1671). 
DELVIN,  Lord,  see  CHRISTOPHER  NUGENT. 
DELYNE,  ROBERT,  see  DELIGNE. 

DE  MOIVRE,  ABRAHAM.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  i739  (LH-  ^«g)- 
S.  of  a  surgeon.  B.  at  Vitry,  France,  May  26,  1667.  Educated 
at  Sedan,  Saumur  and  Paris.  Arrived  in  England,  as  a 
Protestant  refugee,  1688.  Distinguished  mathematician  and 
friend  of  Newton.  F.R.S.  1697.  DiedNov.  27,  i754-  {D.N.B. 
as  Moivre.) 
DEMPSTER,  THOMAS.  For  a  time  at  Pembroke,  c.  1589,  age 
about  10.  Tutor,  Walter  WhaUey,  M.A.  Left  and  travelled 
in  France.  Graduated  at  Douay;  and,  in  Canon  Law,  at 
Paris.  Prof  essor  at  Toulouse,  Nismes,  Paris,  Pisa  and  Bologna. 
Knighted  by  Urban  VIII.  Famous  as  a  Latin  poet  and  as  a 
learned  ecclesiastical  historian.  Died  at  Bologna,  1625. 
{D.N.B.) 
DENBAUD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  July  6, 
1698.  S.  of  WiUiam,  R.  of  Oakford,  Devon.  B.  there.  School, 
Tiverton.  Matric.  1698. 
DENBIGH,  see  also  FEILDING. 

DENBIGH,  WILLIAM,  Eari  of.  M.A.  1627.  S.  of  BasU  Feilding, 
of  Newnham  Paddock,  Warws.  B.  c.  1582.  Kmghted,  Mar.  4, 
1606-7.  Created  Viscount  FeUding,  Dec.  30,  1620,  and  Earl 
of  Denbigh,  Sept.  14,  1622.  Master  of  the  Wardrobe,  1622. 
An  admiral  in  several  expeditions  Volunteer  in  Prmce 
Rupert's  Horse,  1642.  MortaUv  wounded  in  a  skirmish  nea- 
Birmingham.  Died  Apr.  8,  1643-  Buried  at  Monk's  Ku-b^ 
Warws.  {D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 


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Denby,  Michael 

DENBY,  MICHAEL,  Matric.  sizar  from  Gonville  Hall,  Nov. 
1554.  Scholar,  1556-9;  B.A.  1560-1.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Nov.  24,  1560.  R.  of  Seaming,  Norfolk,  1584;  where  he  kept 
school.  R.  of  Tivetshall,  1596.  R.  of  Kempston,' no  preacher; 
a  benefice-monger.'  Will  proved  (Norwich),  1599;  of  Tivets- 
haU.   {Venn,  i.  38.) 

DENDY,  THOMAS,  see  DANDY. 

DENE,  see  DEANE. 

DE  NEUFVILLE,  ROBERT.  LL.D.  1709  {LU.  Reg.).  Of  the 
University  of  Leyden.  Of  Frankfort,  Germany.  Created 
Baronet,  1709.  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

DENFORD,  JEREMY.  Described  as  'of  Emmanuel  College; 
literate  when  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18,  1614;  priest. 
Mar.  30,  1615.  Probably  adm.  sizar  July  6,  1613,  as  'Dox- 
ford.'  Signs  as  minister  at  Cranfield,  Beds.,  1614-5. 

DENGAYNE,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1586.  Of  Norfolk.  Perhaps  1st  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Brunstead, 
Norfolk.  One  of  these  names,  of  Norfolk,  gent.,  adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  20,  1602.   {Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

DENGAYNE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  17, 1593. 
Perhaps  3rd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Brunstead,  Norfolk.  Bapt. 
Sept.  28,  1575.  Matric.  c.  1593;  B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600; 
B.D.  1607.  Fellow,  1599-1616.  Ord.  priest  (Colchester)  1601. 
R.  of  Mautby,  Norfolk,  1613.   {Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

DENHAM,  see  also  DINHAM. 

DENHAM,  ARTHUR.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1582-3.  S.  of  Thomas, 
of  St  Peter  ad  Vincula,  London,  provost  of  the  mint.  M.A. 
from  Balliol  College,  Oxford,  1585;  B.D.  (Oxford)  1593. 
R.  of  Laindon,  Essex,  1588-1631.  Died  1631.  By  his  will 
(Consist.  C.  London)  he  leaves  property  to  his  son  Thomas 
(?i6i7).    (^/.  OA-on.;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DENHAM,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  May 
15,  1639.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  in  London.  School,  West- 
minster. Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  1650.  Chaplain 
to  the  Levant  Company.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  East 
Banning,  Kent,  1667-70.  Died  1670.  {PeiU,  i.  460.) 

DENHAM,  DAVID.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  15, 
171 1.  S.  of  David.  B.  in  Sussex.  School,  Lewes  (Mr  Peirce). 
Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1714-5.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar. 
I7I4--5;  priest  (Chichester)  Sept.  1718.  R.  of  Waltham,  near 
Petworth,  Sussex  (?  V.  of  Cold  Waltham),  1718-31.  R.  of 
Pett,  1731-45;  when  he  died.   (Peile,  11.  177-8.) 

DENHAM,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Oct.  5, 
1723.  Of  Coventry.  Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1727-8.  Fellow, 
1728. 

DENHAM,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1689.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4;  M.A.  1697. 
Fellow,  1693.  Master  of  Preston  School,  Lanes.,  1698-1704. 
Afterwards  of  Macclesfield  School,  1704.  Died  in  Chester 
Castle,  prisoner  on  a  charge  of  murder.  Buried  Apr.  22, 1717. 
(Harwood;  Earwaker,  E.  Cheshire,  n.  522.) 

DENHAM,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1625 ; 
B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  21;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1628,  as  of  Trinity. 

DENHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1541. 
Died  in  College,  1542.    {Harwood.) 

DENHA^  or  DINHAM,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1736.  S.  of 
William,  of  Advent,  Cornwall.  Matric.  from  Queen's  College, 
Oxford,  Mar.  20,  1727-8,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1731.  {Al. 
Oxon.) 

DENHAM,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1445.  Proceeded  to  M.A.  Of  Durham  diocese.  Ord.  sub- 
deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  i,  1454-5;  priest,  Apr.  5,  1455. 

DENHAM,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1516-7. 

DENHAM,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1671-  B.  at  Bristol,  c.  1656.  Matric.  1672.  Fellow,  1675. 
No  degree  recorded.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders  (Bristol) 
July  18,  1677;  for  priest's,  Sept.  20,  1678.  C.  of  Hinton 
St  Mary,  Dorset.   (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 

DENHAM,  THOMAS  (1485-6),  see  DENMAN. 

DENHAM,  THOMAS.  Franciscan  friar.  B.D.  1519-20;  D.D. 
1521-2. 

DENHAM,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1617. 
Of  Essex.   B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624. 

DENHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  25, 
1700.  S.  of  David,  gent.  B.  at  Withyham,  Sussex.  School, 
Lewes  (Mr  Reading).  Matric.  1700;  B..A..  1703-4;  M.A.  1717. 

DENHAM,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Sidney,  1721.  S.  of  William, 
of  Coventry.  Matric.  from  Merton  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  29, 
1710,  age  16;  B.A.  1713.  V.  of  Stoneleigh,  Warws.,  1724. 
{Al.  Oxon.) 


Denn,  Henry 

DENISON,  DANIEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1625, 

B.n?Th  "*•  n-  .°^  s^^^*"'  .°/  ^'^l'°P's  StortforT  H^tl: 
Bapt.  there,  Oct  18,  1612  Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  1626. 
B  A.  1629-30.  Went  with  his  parents,  to  New  England,  in 
1631;  residmg  at  Cambndge,  1632-5;  and  afterwards  at 
Ipswich,  Mass.;  where  he  was  deputy  to  the  General  Court, 
and  Speaker  Played  a  prominent  part  in  the  poUtical 
afEaus  of  the  Colony.  Assistant  Commissioner  of  the  United 
Colomes,  1653-82;  Commissioner,  1655-7;  1659-62  Rose 
to  be  Major-General  of  the  Colonial  forces.  Married,  Oct  18 
1632,  Patience,  dau.  of  Governor  Thomas  Dudley.  Author', 
Irenicon,  or  Salve  for  New  England's  Sore.  Died  at  Ipswich' 
Sept.  20,  1682.  Brother  of  the  next.  (J.  G.  Bartlett.) 
DENISON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1620 
Of  Hertfordshire.  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Feb.  22,  1629-30;  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  17,  1632-3. 
R.  of  Quendon,  1650.   V.  of  Standon,  Herts.,  till  his  death, 

1670.  Father  of  Richard  (1654). 

DENNISON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  5, 

1705.    S.  of  Samuel,  gent.    B.  at  Fumess,  Lanes.    School, 

Kendal  (Mr  Moor).   Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1708-9.  Ord.  deacon 

(Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1710;  priest  (Lincoln)  Aug.  15,  1714. 
DENISON,   LANCELOT.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 

Easter,  1655;  B.A.  1657-8.  V.  of  OUey,  Yorks.,  1662. 
DENISON,  NATHANIEL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  ^UGDALE^•E, 

May  15,  1672.  S.  of  Nicholas,  of  Wisbech.  School,  Wisbech. 

Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1675-6.  Ord.deacon(Peterb.)May2i,i676. 

R.  of  Gt  Wigborough,  Essex,  1680-1730.    Will  (P.C.C.)  1730. 
DENISON,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June 

26,  1654.   S.  of  John  (1620),  V.  of  Fumeux  Pelham,  Herts. 

(not  recorded  as  vicar).    B.  at  Quendon,  Essex.    School, 

Newport  (Mr  Woollie).   Matric.  1654. 
DENISON,  STEPHEN.   B.A.  from  Trinity,  1602-3;  M.A.  1606; 

D.D.  1627.   Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1603. 

P.C.  of  St  Catherine  Creechurch,  London,  1622-50.   P.C.  of 

St  James,  Duke  Place,  1622-6.    Died  1650.   Admon.  P.C.C. 
DENISON,  TIMOTHY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1635 ; 

B.A.  1638-9.  ^^' 

DENMAN,  ARTHUR.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1577. 

DENMAN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Lent, 
1582-3. 

DENMAN,  DENHAM  or  DEYNHAM,  THOMAS.  M.D.  1485-6 
(M.B.  abroad).  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1473.  Master,  1500- 
1.  Master  of  Bethlehem  Hospital,  1494.  Physician  to  the 
Lady  Margaret.  Died  early  in  1501.  Will  proved  (Dean 
and  Chapter,  Canterbury)  Mar  17, 1500-1 ; '  of  Cambridge  and 
Collyweston,  Northants.'    {Cooper,  iii.  83.) 

DENMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  July  8, 
1635.  S.  of  Nicholas,  merchant,  of  Hull,  Yorks.  School,  Hull. 

DENMAN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  29, 

1671.  Only  s.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Walcott,  Alkborough, 
Lines.  Schools,  Hull  (Mr  Raspin),  Beverley  and  Cottingham 
(Mr  Ursley).  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  June  9,  1673. 

DENMAN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1544.  Doubtless  s.  of  Nicholas,  of  Newhall  Grange,  Wath, 
Yorks.  B.A.  1547-8;  M.A.  1551.  Fellow,  1549.  R.  of 
Ordsall,  Notts.,  c.  1553;  ejected,  but  reinstated,  1558.  M.I. 
at  Ordsall.   {Hunter,  11.  75;  Thoroton's  Notts.,  iii.  453.) 

DENMAN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens'.  Michs.  1562  • 
B.A.  1565-6;  M.A.  1569. 

DENMAN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1589; 
B.A.  1593-4;  M.A.  1600.  Perhaps  R.  of  Greenstead, 
Colchester,  1598.  Admon.  (Consist.  C.  London)  1624.  (J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 

DENNE,  ANDREW,  see  DEANE. 

DENN,  CHARLES,  see  BENN. 

DENN,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1592. 
Of  Kent.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Littlebourne,  gent.  Matric.  c.  1593; 
B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600.  Fellow,  1601-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Aug.  9;  priest,  Aug.  23,  1601.  V.  of  Tilton,  Leics., 
1607.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1613.  R.  of  Upminster,  Essex,  till 
1638.  Died  1638.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1639.   {Vis.  of  Kent,  i(>i<i.) 

DENNE,  DAVID.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  12,  1626- 
7.  S.  of  Thomas  (1585),  V.  of  Latton,  Essex.  B.  there. 
Educated  by  his  father.  Matric.  1627,  as 'Pen';  B.A.  1630-1; 
M.A.  1634.   Brother  of  Henry  (1625)  and  Thomas  (1618-9). 

DENNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Sidney,  May,  1621. 
S.  of  David,  gent.  B.  at  Well,  Ickham,  Kent.  School, 
Latton,  Essex  (his  uncle,  Tho.  Denne).  Matric.  1621;  B.A. 
1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Doubtless  the  Puritan  divine  described 
in  D.N.B.  Ordained  (St  David's)  1630.  R.  of  Pyrton,  Herts. 
Preacher  at  Baldock,  1641.  Imprisoned,  as  a  baptist,  in 
Cambridge  gaol.  V.  of  Eltisley,  Cambs.,  1645-6.  Resigned 
and  became  a  soldier  in  the  Parliamentary  army.  Died  c. 
1660.    {D.N.B.) 


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Denn,  Henry 

DENNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  26,  1625. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1585),  V.  of  Latton,  Essex.  B.  there.  Matnc. 
1625;  B.A.  1628-9.  Brother  of  David  (1626-7)  and  Thomas 
(1618-9). 
DENNE,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  5,  1689. 
S.  of  Thomas.  B.  in  London.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matric. 
1689;  Scholar,  1693;  B.A.  1693-4. 
DENNE  or  DENNY,  JOHN.    M.A.  1508-9.   Scholar  or  fellow  of 

King's  Hall,  1514-6.  Proctor,  1520-1. 
DENN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Mar.  11,  1606-7.  Matric. 
1607;  B.A.  i6io-i;  M.A.  1614;  B.D.  1621.  Fellow.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Nov.  12,  1617.  Probably  preb. 
of  York,  1617-43.  Perhaps  R.  of  Dartford,  Kent,  1634-44; 
sequestered.  Buried  there  1646. 
DENNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  Feb.  25,  1708-9. 
S.  of  John,  woodreve  to  the  see  of  Canterbury.  B.  at  Little- 
bourne,  Kent,  May  25,  1693.  Schools,  Sandwich  and  Canter- 
bury. Matric.  1709;  Scholar;  B.A.  1712-3;  M.A.  1716;  D.D. 
1728.  Fellow,  1716-21.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1728.  Ord. 
deacon  (Nor^vich)  May  27,  1716;  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  21,  1718. 
P.O.  of  St  Benet's,  Cambridge,  1720.  R.  of  Greens  Norton, 
Northants.,  1721-6.  V.  of  St  Leonard,  Shoreditch,  1723-67. 
Boyle  lecturer,  1725-8.  Preb.  and  Archdeacon  of  Rochester, 
1728.  V.  of  St  Margaret,  Rochester,  1729-31.  R.  of  Lambeth, 
1731-67.  A  diligent  antiquary.  Died  Aug.  5>  1767.  Buried 
in  Rochester  Cathedral  M.I.  there.  WiU,  P.C.C.  Father  of 
the  next,  and  of  Samuel.  (Masters;  D.N.B.) 
DENNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1743.  S.  of  John 
(above).  B.  at  Bromley,  Kent,  July  2,  1726.  Schools, 
Streatham,  Surrey,  and  King's,  Canterbury.  Matric.  i743; 
B.A.  1747-8;  M.A.  1751.  Fellow,  1749-52.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1757.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1741-  P-C  of 
Maidstone,  1753,  and  chaplain  of  the  gaol.  R.  of  Copford, 
Essex,  1754.  For  many  years  insane  (the  result  of  being 
shot  by  prisoners  escaped  from  gaol).  Died  al  Maidstone, 
Mar.  1800,  aged  73.  Buried  in  Rochester  Cathedral,  Mar.  31. 
Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  Samuel  (1748).  (Masters.) 
DENE,  LANCELOT.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1565. 

DENNE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1748.  S.  of  John 
(1708-g).  B.  in  Westminster,  Jan.  13,  i730-i-  Schools, 
Streatham  and  Canterbury.  Matric.  1748;  B.A.  i753;  M.A. 
1756.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June  9,  i754-  V.  of  Lamberhurst, 
Kent,  1754-1767.  V.  of  Wilmington,  1767-99-  Of  Darenth, 
1767-99.  Antiquary.  Died  Aug.  3,  i799-  Buried  in  Rochester 
Cathedral.   WiU,  P.C.C.   Brother  of  John  (1743).   (D.N.B.) 

DENNE  or  DEANE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare, 
Easter,  1585.  B.  at  Littleboume,  Kent.  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A. 
1592.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21;  priest,  Dec.  22,  1595, 
age  30.  P.C.  of  Kingsbury.  V.  of  Latton,  Essex,  1600-32. 
R.  of  Netteswell,  1634-40.  Died  1640.  Will  (Consist.  C. 
London)  1640.  Father  of  the  next,  of  David  (1626-7) 
and  Henry  (1625).   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DENNE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  10,  1618-9. 
S.  of  Thomas  (above).  Matric.  1619;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1626.  V.  of 
Latton,  Essex,  1632-80.  Died  Dec.  14,  1680.  M.I.  at  Latton. 
Will  (Consist.  C.  London)  1681. 

DENNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  i655-  Of 
Essex.  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Mar.  1662-3. 

DENNE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1676.  Of  Kent. 
Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80. 

DENNE,  VINCENT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  1644-5.  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  St  Alphage,  Canterbury.  Matric.  1647-8. 
Migrated  to  Oxford.  B.A.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  1648;  M.A. 
1651.  Student  of  Christ  Church,  1648.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Apr.  10,  1648.  Barrister-at-law,  1655.  Serjeant-at-law,  1688. 
Recorder  of  Canterbury.  M.P.  for  Canterbury,  1681.  Of 
Dennhill,  Kingston,  Kent.  Died  Oct.  28,  1693,  aged  65. 
Buried  at  Kingston.  M.I.  (Vis.  of  Kent,  1663;  Al.  Oxon.; 
H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DENNE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1647-8. 
Of  Kent.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church, 
Mar.  14,  1650-1;  B.A.  165 1.  Brother  of  Vincent  (above). 
(Al.  Oxon.) 

DEN,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter,  1702. 

DENNE, .   Adm.  pens,  at  Magdalene,  1658. 

DENNER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
Oct.  4,  1638.  Of  Devon.  School,  Cambridge.  Matric.  1638; 
Scholar,  1638-9. 

DENNET,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  20)  at  Sidney,  Aug.  29, 
1723.  S.  of  Robert,  Esq.  B.  in  London.  School,  Low  Leyton, 
Essex  (Mr  Carter).   Matric.  1724- 

DENNINGTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1660.  Of 
Suffolk.    Matric.  1660. 

DENNIS  or  DENNYS,  ANDREW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peter- 
house,  Easter,  1585.  B.  at  Hatfield  Broad  Oak,  c.  1570.  B.A. 


Denny,  Anthony 

(?  1589-90);  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1594-  Ord.  priest  (Colchester) 
Feb.  24,  1597-8.    V.  of  St  Paul's,  Bedford,  i6oi-6.    V.  of 
St  John's,  Bedford,  1606.    Master  of  St  John's  Hospital, 
Bedford,  1606.    Married,  at  Stotfold,  Beds.,  Dec.  8,  1607, 
Mary  Newman.    Buried  in  St  John's  Church,  Oct.  25,  1633. 
M.I.  at  St  Paul's.   Will  (Northampton)  1633. 
DENNIS,  ANTHONY.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  5,  i7ii. 
Of    Huntingdonshire.     Matric.    1713;    B.A.    1714-5-     Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  June  22,  1718;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1719-   R-  of 
Wouldham,  Kent,  1728-75.   Died  June  24,  1775-   Buried  at 
Wouldham.    WiU,  P.C.C. 
DENNIS,   CHRISTOPHER.    B.A.   from  Christ's,   1603.    Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  May  23,   1619;  priest.  Mar.  i2,  1619-20. 
Probably  R.  of  Little  Warley,  Essex,  1627-32;  and  R.  of 
Beelsby,  Lines.,  1632.   WiU  (Lincoln)  1648.   (Peile,  i.  234.) 
DENYSE,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1466. 
DENNYS,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1593. 
DENNIS,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,   1598-9;  B.A. 

1601-2.   Perhaps  V.  of  Kempston,  Norfolk,  1604. 
DENNYS,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1603; 
B.A.   1606-7;   M.A.   1610.    Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Aug.  I,  1607.   Schoolmaster  at  Market  Rasen,  in  1614.    Or 
perhaps  ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4;  priest,  June  5,  1615. 
'B.A.  of  St  John's.' 
DENNIS,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  13, 
1671.   S.  of  Thomas,  deceased,  of  York.   B.  there.   School, 
York.    Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1675-6. 
DENNIS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Jan.  13,  1675-6. 
S.  of  Francis,  hamessmaker.  B.  in  London.  Schools,  London 
(Mr  EUys)  and  Harrow.    Matric.   1676;  Scholar,   1676-81; 
B.A.   1679-80.    Migrated  to  Trinity  HaU,   1681   (on  being 
fined,  and  his  scholarship  forfeited,  for  assaulting  a  feUow- 
student).    M.A.  1683.     Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1683.    Literary 
critic,    play-writer    and   pamphleteer.     Latterly    feU    into 
poverty.   Died  Jan.  6,  1734-    (D.N.B.;  Venn,  i.  455-) 
DENNIS,  NATHANIEL.   Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Jesus,  June  11, 
1664.    Of  Cambridge.    Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  Scholar, 
1668;  M.A.  1671.    Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  1672.   V.  of  Ehn- 
stead,  Essex,   1672-4.    Buried  at  AU  Saints',  Cambridge, 
Oct.  II,  1674. 
DENNIS,  ROBERT.    B.A.  1486-7. 

DENNIS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  28, 
1697.  S.  of  Isaac,  deceased.  B.  at  Bristol.  School,  Pockling- 
ton,  Yorks.  (Mr  Dwyer). 
DENNIS,  ROWLAND.  Adm.  chorister  at  Trinity,  Dec.  14, 
1671.  Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679-  Perhaps  R.  of 
Himbleton,  Worcs. 
DENYS,  THOMAS.   M.Gram.  1519-20. 

DENNYS,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1569. 
DENNIS,   TIMOTHY.     Adm.   sizar  at   Peterhouse,   Jan.    20, 
1634-5.  Of  Lincohishire.  Matric.  1634-5.   Migrated  to  Mag- 
dalene. Adm.  pens.  Nov.  17,  1635.  B.A.  1638-g. 
DENYS,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1512-3. 

DENNYS,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Apr.  8,  1581. 
Matric.  1581;  B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Mar.  10,  1587-8;  priest,  Oct.  5,  1589.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 
DENNIS,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1593. 
DENNIS,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  Caius,  1670.  Incorporated  from 
DubUn.   Adm.  there  Jan.  21,  1662-3;  aged  22.   S.  of  Henry. 
B.  in  Lanes.   B.A.  (Dublin)  1669.    R.  of  Dodleston,  Cheshire, 
1673-1716.   Died  1716. 
DENNIS,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Sept.  21, 
1711.    S.  of  Valentine,  gent.,  of  Glandford,  NorfoUc.    B.  at 
Blakeney.    School,  Holt  (Mr  Raynolds).    Matric.   1711,  as 
'Danny';  Scholar,  1711-3. 

DENYS, .    A  friar.   B.D.  1498-9. 

DENNY,  ANTHONY.    Of  St  John's.    S.  of  Sir  Edmund,  chief 
Baron  of  the  Exchequer.    B.  Jan.  16,  1500-1;  probably  at 
Cheshunt,  Herts.   School,  St  Paul's.    King's  remembrancer. 
Privy  CouncUlor    Knighted,  c.  1544-  M.P.  for  Herts.,  1547-9- 
Executor  to  Henry  VIII.    Died  Sept.  13,  1549.    Buried  at 
Cheshunt.   WiU,  P.C.C.    Father  of  the  next.    (Cooper,  i.  99; 
D.N.B.;  Vis  of  Norfolk.) 
DENNYE,   ANTHONY.     Matric.    FeU.-Com.    from    Pembroke, 
Michs.  1551.    2nd  s.  of  Sir  Anthony  (above),  Knt.   Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  14,  1557.   Apparently  admitted  at 
Basel   University,    1555,   with   his   brother   Henry   (1551). 
Died  1562.    Admon.  (P.C.C.)   1563,  to  brother  Henry;  of 
Cheshunt,  Herts. 
DENNYE,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Michs  . 
1570.    ist  s.  of  John,  of  Howe,  Norfolk.    Bapt.  at  Lyn^  », 
Aug.  17,  1553.   Died  1610.  Will,  Norwich.   Brotherof  Firmii,  q. 
(Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

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DENNY,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  7 
1653.  S.  of  Anthony,  of  Herts.  School,  Bishop's  Stortford 
(Mr  Leigh).  Matric.  1653.  M.I.  to  his  father  at  Bishop's 
Stortford. 

DENNY,   ARTHUR.     Matric.   FeU.-Com.   from  Clare,   Michs. 
1601.    Eldest  s.  of  Sir  Edward,  Knt.    B.  1584.    Of  Tralee 
Castle,  Kerry.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Miles  Forest,  Esq., 
of  Huntingdon.  Died  July  4, 1619.  Brother  of  Francis  (i6oii.' 
(Vis.  of  NoHhants.) 
DENNY,  ARTHUR.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs. 
1646.    Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  Edward.    B.  1629.    High  Sheriff  of 
Kerry,   1656.     Knighted,   Feb.    16,   i66o-i.     M.P.   for  the 
?.?M,"^'''  1661-6.   Died  Mar.  1672.   Buried  in  Tralee  Church. 
Will  (Dubhn)  1673.    (Misc.  gen.  et  Her.,  N.S.,  iii.  158.) 
DENNY,  CHARLES.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1616.    S.  of  Su-  Edward.    B.  at  Bishop's  Stortford.    Bapt. 
Apr.  30,  1598.    B.A.   1620-1;  M.A.   1624.    Fellow,  tiU  his 
death.    Died  Dec.   29,   1635.    M.L  at  Bishop's  Stortford. 
(Harwood;  Vis.  of  NoHhants.,  1681.) 
DENYE,  ED.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1548.   One 
tdmund  Denny   R.  of  Watlington,  Norfolk,    1556:  'satis 
doctus,  non  residet.'    R.  of  Besthorpe. 
DEWrnrE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Michs 
1585.    S.  of  Henry  (1551),  and  grandson  of  Sir  Anthony. 
B  Aug.  14,  1569.   Knighted,  1589.   High  Sheriff  for  Herts., 
1602-3.   M.P.  for  Essex,  1604.  Created  Baron  Denny,  1604- 
and  Earl  of  Norwich,  1626.    Died  Sept.  27,  1630.    (D.N.B.- 
G.E.C.;  A.  B.  Beaven.)  ' 

DENNYE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  11, 
lr\  ?,%  °^  Anthony,  gent.  B.  at  Lyng,  Norfolk.  School, 
North  Walsham  (Mr  TiUs).  Matric.  1621;  Scholar,  1623-5- 
B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  23' 
1627;  pnest,  Sept.  20,  1628.  C.  of  Haveringland,  Norfolk,  in 
1629.  Buned  at  Lyng,  Aug.  18,  1629.  (Venn,  i.  253.) 
DENNY,  EDWARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  13,  1642 

Probably  eldest  s.  of  John,  of  Howe,  Norfolk.   B.  1624. 
DENNY,  EDWARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  12, 
1667.  Perhaps  s.  of  Edward.  Bapt.at  Yarmouth,  Sept.  3, 1649. 
DENNY,  EDWARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  24 
i672._  Perhaps  s.  of  Arthur  (1646).  B.  at  Castle  Lyons,  1652 
Matnc.  1672.    M.P.  for  Kerry,  1692  and  1695.    Died  1712. 
(Mrsc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  N.S.,  in.  158,  197.) 
DENNY,  FIRMIN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1570,  as 
Furmian.'   2nd  s.  of  John,  of  Howe,  Norfolk.   Of  Bunwell 
Norfolk.   Died  1622.   Will  at  Norwich.   (Vis.  of  Norfolk.)      ' 
DENNY,  FRANCIS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.   i6oi- 
B..\.  from  Christ's,  1604.    2nd  s.  of  Sir  Edward,  Knt.-  adm' 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  20,  1605-6.    Brother  of  Arthur  ('1601)' 
(PetU,  I.  236.) 

DENNY,  GEORGE,  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi.  1592. 
Matnc.  1592.   Of  Norwich. 

DENNY,  GLOVER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  12,  173 1-2    S 

of  .  of  Norfolk.    School,  Westminster.    Matric.  1732- 

Scholar,    1732.     Perhaps  s.   of  William,  of  Raveningham! 
Norfolk.   B.  Jan.  16,  1714-5. 

DENNYE,  HENRY.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Pembroke,  Michs 
1551.  Of  Waltham,  Herts.  Eldest  s.  of  Sir  Anthony  (above). 
B.  Apr.  16,  1540.  Adm.  at  Basel  University,  1555,  with  his 
brother  Anthony  (1551).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov. 
1562.  Fnend  and  correspondent  of  H.  Bullinger.  Died  Mar 
24,  1573-4.  Father  of  Sir  Edward  (1585),  Eari  of  Norwich.' 
Buned  at  Waltham  Abbey.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1576. 

DENNY,  HILL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  9,  1694-5. 
S.  of  Peter  (1672-3),  gent.  B.  at  Bishop's  Stortford.  School, 
Bishop  s  Stortford.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1698-9;  M.A  1707 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  21, 1701;  priest  (London)  May  23 
1703.  R.  of  Eastwick,  Herts.,  1705-19.  R.  of  Little  Pamdon, 
Essex,  1710.  Buned  Mar.  31,  1719.  Will,  P.C.C.  Benefactor 
to  Sidney.    (V%s.  of  NoHhants.,  1681.) 

DENNY,  JOHN  (1508-9),  see  DENNE. 

DENNY,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1580. 

DENNY,  JOHN.    Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Apr.  1617 

Probably  eldest  s.  of  Anthony,  of  Howe,  Norfolk.    Adm   at 

Grays  Inn,  May  15,  1618.   Died  1637. 

DENNY,  PETER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Sidney,  Feb.  4,  1672-3 
b.  of  Henry,  gent.,  deceased.  B.  at  Bishop's  Stortford, 
S.^!j?;  I'^'^oo''  Bishop's  Stortford.  M.A.  1673.  Of  Bishop's 
Stortford.  Died  1696.  Father  of  HiU  (1694-5).  (Vis.  of 
NoHhants.,  1681.)  i     »t  j;     v  / 

'''^S^?'.^"'''^^^-  Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  May  20,  1624 
S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Thurlton,  Norfolk.  School,  Norwich 
(pnvate;  Mr  Stonham).  Matric.  1624:  B.A.  1627-8.  Adm 
N    /"m     *  ^"°'  ■'""^  ^^'  '^^''   °^  '^°"  Monks.    (Vis.  of 


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Dent,  Giles 

DENNY,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  Kino's.  Easter.  1629 

°^x5Tc:-x- B^^.^x^-83-';^"'=-   ^"^  ^""^   P-HHHOUSE.   Lent. 

^^^^-;  THOMAS    Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs 
1622     One  of  these  names,  of  Thurlton.  Norfolk,  adm?  ai 
.??^  ^''xf  ^J\  '5?  '^^3-4.   Perhaps  s.  of  Finnian.  Bapt 
at  Howe,  Norfolk,  Nov.  4,  1604.   Of  BurweU,  Esq.  ^ 

^^M^fric  ™68'^^'    ^^-  ^^°'-  ^'  ^"^  Catharine's,  1667. 

DENNY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  26 
^^*\  ;,.  i°^r'  yeoman.  B.  at  Beccles,  Suffolk.  School' 
Beccles  (Mr  Darley).  Scholar,  1595-6.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn 
1590-  Ancient,  1622;  autumn  reader,  1625.  Knighted  Oct' 
31,  1627.  King's  Counsel.  Steward  of  Norwich,  '1618' 
Recorder,  1629-42.  M.P.  for  Norwich,  1620,  1624,  1625" 
Died  Mar.  26,  1642.  Buried  in  Norwich  Cathedral.  (Venn, 
^'  154.) 

DENNY.  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1608 
One  of  these  names,  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Thurlton,  Norfolk' 
gent.,  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  from  Thavies  Inn  Au?  8* 
1612.  '        *■     ' 

DENNY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  (age  16)  at  Caius.  Feb.  17.  1619-20. 
r,V  °o.^'f  William  (1594),  of  Norwich.  School,  Norwich 
(Mr  Stonham).  Matnc.  pens.  1620.  Readm.  FeU.-Com.  16^1 
B.A.  1622-3.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  2,  1621.  In  1654  it 
was  proposed  by  the  royaUsts  to  make  him  governor  of 
Yarmouth  during  the  Civil  War.  Created  Bart.,  June  3  1642 
Poet  and  author.  Author,  Pelecanicidium,  The  Shepherd's 
Holiday,  and  other  pieces.  Died  in  poverty.  Buried  June  19 
1676,  at  St  Giles'.  Cripplegate.  (D.N.B.;  Venn,  i.  248;' 
G.E.C.)  ^  ' 

DENNY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  29,  1655 
Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1655;  B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662.  Probably 
R.  of  East  Harling,  Norfolk,  1665-78.  Perhaps  R.  of  Over- 
stone,  Northants.,  1680-1702;  and  R.  of  Bamack,  1687-1706 
r.l^r?.  ^,'  '^°"  Monks,  Norfolk,  May  24,  1707.  Father  of 
Wilbam  (1690). 

DENNY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  June  28 
1690.  S.  of  William  (1655)-  B.  at  Harling,  Norfolk.  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1690;  Scholar,  1691;  B.A.  1693-4- 
M.A.  1697.  Chaplain  of  Trinity,  1700.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb  i 
Feb.  24,  1710-1. 

DENNY, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  King's,  1663-4. 

DENSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  May  6, 
1743-  S.  of  Richard,  husbandman,  of  Cheshire.  B.  at  Werv-in' 
School,  Backford  (Mr  Ro.  Denson).  B.A.  1746-7  Ord' 
deacon  (Chester)  Mar.  15,  1746-7;  priest,  Nov.  8,  1748.  C.  of 
Dodleston,  Cheshire.    (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  535.) 

DENSTON.  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  17 
1719-20.  S.  of  Christopher.  B.  at  Newport,  Salop.  School' 
Newport  (Mr  Greenwood).  Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4.  Will 
of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1761;  of  Warwick,  clerk. 

DENT,  ARTHUR.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1571.  B 
at  Melton,  Leics.  B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Mar.  29,  1577;  priest  (London)  May,  1577,  age  24. 
R.  of  South  Shoebury,  Essex,  1580.  Author,  Ruin  of  Rome, 
and  other  religious  works.  Died  1601,  aged  c.  48.  (Peile  i 
119;  D.N.B.;  Cooper,  11.  469;  iii.  83.) 

DENT,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  July  5, 
1704.  S.  of  Dr  Thomas,  preb.  of  Westminster.  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1704;  Scholar,  1705;  B.A.  1707-8. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  12,  1704-5.  Perhaps 
Commissioner  for  duties  on  salt,  1714-8.  Died  Dec.  31,  1718 
WUl  (P.C.C.)  1719;  of  St  Michael  Bassishaw.  Brother  of 
William  (1705).    (Al.  Westmon.,  239.) 

DENT,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's.  Feb. 

1563-4;  B.A.  1567-8.  V.  of  Chawreth(Broxted),  Essex,  1571. 
DENT,  DANIEL.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1613. 

Matric.  1614;  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621;  B.D.  1627.    Fellow, 

till  1633.    Minister  of  St  Benet's,  Cambridge.  1626.    V.  of 

Clifton,  Warws.    (Harwood.) 

DENT,  DIGBY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  May  31, 
1742.  Of  Suffolk.  School,  Ipswich.  Scholar,  1742:  Matric. 
1743;  B.A.  1745-6;  M.A.  1749.  Fellow,  1747-56.  Probably 
of  Suffolk,  Esq.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1799.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

DENT,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1587; 
Scholar  of  Christ's,  in  1588-9;  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1590-1; 
M.A.  1594.  V.  of  Layston,  Herts.,  1603-4.  Died  1604. 
Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1604,  to  widow  Helen. 

DENT,  GILES.  M.A.  1460-1.  Grace  for  B.D.  1469-70;  not  con- 
ferred. Proctor,  1464-5.  R.  of  Pentlow,  Essex,  1479-84. 
Died  1484. 

DENTE.  GILES.  Scholar  of  Clare,  1476.  age  12. 


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Dent,  James 

DENT,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  July  4,  1618.  B.  in 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1618;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Sept.  1625;  priest,  Dec.  1625.  V.  of  Shephall, 
Herts.,  1640-1.  One  of  these  names  P.C.  of  Hammersmith, 
Midds..  1631-47.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1647- 

DENT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Lent,  1619-20. 
Matric.  1620;  B.A.  1623-4.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of 
Francis,  of  London,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  13, 
1624. 

DENT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1645.  Of 
Yorkshire.   B.A.  1648-9. 

DENT,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  King's,  Michs.  1648. 
One  of  these  names,  s.  of  John,  and  Katharine,  dau.  of 
George  Huxley,  of  Edmonton,  Midds.  Of  Thornbury,  Gloucs. 
Died  May  14,  1659,  aged  28.  M.L  at  Edmonton.  (W.  Robin- 
son, Edmonton.) 

DENT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  June  7, 
1740.  Of  Yorkshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert,  V.  of  North 
Otterington.  Matric.  1740;  Scholar,  1740;  B.A.  1743-4; 
M.A.  1747.  Fellow,  1746-9.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  May  25, 
1746.  V.  of  Ainderby  Steeple,  Yorks.,  1748-95.  R.  of  South 
Otterington,  1762-95.  Died  Dec.  13,  i795-  M.L  (T.  A. 
Walker.) 

DENTE,  LEONARD.   B.A.  1532-3.  V.  of  Barnham,  Suffolk,  c. 

1544- 
DENT,  PETER.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Feb.  19,  1649-50.   Of 

Cambridgeshire.   Perhaps  s.  of  Peter,  of  Gisborough,  Yorks. 

Of  Cambridge,  age  55,  in  1684.    Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 

John  Pleys,  of  Little  Eversden,  Cambs.  Father  of  the  next. 

{Vis.  of  Cambs.,  1684.) 

DENT,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  1671-2.  S.  of  Peter 
(above).  Matric.  1672.  Incorp.  M.B.  1680,  from  Lambeth. 
Practised  in  Cambridge.  Assisted  Ray  in  his  Historia 
Plantarum.  Buried  in  St  Sepulchre's,  Cambridge,  Oct.  5, 
1689.   Wm  proved  (V.C.C.)  1689.   (D.N.B.) 

DENT,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Nov.  13,  1700.  Of  Mary- 
land, America.  Matric.  1701.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas  (who 
died  in  Maryland,  and  was  brother  of  Peter  of  1649). 

DENT,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  1,  1723. 
S.  of  Peter,  gent.,  of  Cambs.  B.  in  Cambridge.  School, 
Felsted  (Mr  Hutchin).  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1727-8.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1728;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1732.  C.  of 
Husbands  Bosworth,  Leics.  Will  (P.C.C.)  of  one  of  these 
names,  1777;  of  Gt  Oakley,  Northants.,  clerk.  (Scott-Mayor, 
ni.  363.) 

DENT,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1515-6;  M.A.  1519.  Fellow  of  St  John's, 
1516.  Fellow  of  Christ's,  1523-4.  Proctor,  1523-4.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Trinity  Church,  Colchester,  1530.  R.  of  Orlingbury, 
Northants.,  1533-54.  R.  of  Upminster,  Essex,  1554-7; 
deprived,  1557. 

DENT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  28,  1672.  S.  and 
h.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Guisborough,  Yorks.  School,  West- 
minster. Matric.  1672.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  July, 
1674. 

DENT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1623. 

DENT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  9, 
1723.  S.  of  William,  of  Leics.  B.  at  HaUaton,  School, 
Uppingham  (Mr  Savage  and  Mr  Reddall).  Matric.  1725; 
B.A.  1726-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1727;  priest, 
Sept.  21,  1729;  C.  of  Shelton,  Hunts.  (?Beds.).  R.  of  Foul- 
ness, Essex,  1733-42.   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  362.) 

DENT,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  John's,  Michs.  1562; 

B.A.  1564-5- 
DENT,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  June  7, 

1705.    S.   of  Dr  Thomas,   preb.   of  Westminster.    School, 

Westminster.    Matric.  1705-6;  Scholar,  1706;  B.A.  1708-9; 

M.A.  1712.   Fellow,  1711.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1712.  Brother 

of  Charles  (1704). 

DENT, 

DENT, 

DENTALL,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1580. 

DENTON,  ADRIAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1623. 

DENTON,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  26, 
1579.  S.  and  h.  of  William,  Esq.,  of  Stedham,  Sussex. 
School,  Winchester.  Matric.  1579.  Previously  matric.  from 
Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  Dec.  8,  1578.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Apr.  16,  1581.  Knighted,  July  23,  1603.  Of  Ton- 
,  bridge,  Kent.  Died  Aug.  26,  1615.  Buried  in  Tonbridge 
Church.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  granted  to  his  widow.  (Venn,  i. 
102;  Vis.  oj Kent,  1619;  H.  I.  Longden.) 


Incorp.  from  Paris,  15 11-2. 
Canonicus.   B.Div.  (or  Law),  1519-20. 


Denton,  Thomas 

DENTON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 
Mar.  20,  1683-4.  S.  of  Thomas,  clerk,  R.  of  Crosby  Garrett, 
Westmorland.  Bapt.  there,  Apr.  9,  1668.  School,  Newcastle- 
on-Tyne.  Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1687-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Carlisle) 
June  10;  priest,  Aug.  5,  1688.  R.  of  Cosforth,  Cumberland, 
1688-1738.  Married,  Jan.  21,  1696-7,  Isobell  Sherwin. 
Buried  June  6,  1738.  (B.  Nightingale.) 

DENTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1518.  Probably  B.A.  1521-2.  Fellow.  Ord.  sub-deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  21,  1522-3.  According  to  Harwood  he  grad- 
uated in  Canon  Law,  from  Trinity  Hall. 

DENTON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1555- 

DENTON,  JAMES.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  i486; 
B.A.  1489-90;  M.A.  1492;  D.Can.L.  1505  (Incorp.  from 
Valentia).  Fellow  of  King's.  Proctor,  1495-6.  Supp.  for 
incorporation  at  Oxford,  1505.  R.  of  St  Olave's,  Southwark, 
1507.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1509;  of  Sarum  and  Windsor, 
1509-33;  of  Lincoln,  1514.  R.  of  Headboume  Worthy, 
Hants.  Almoner  and  chancellor  to  Mary,  Queen  of  France. 
Dean  of  Lichfield,  1522.  Archdeacon  of  Cleveland,  1523-32. 
Lord-president  of  Wales.  Died  Feb.  23,  1532-3,  at  Ludlow. 
Buried  there.   (Cooper,  i.  45;  Harwood;  D.N.B.) 

DENTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  4,  1646.  B.  at 
Bradford,  Yorks.,  c.  1625.  Matric.  1646;  B.A.  1649;  M.A. 
1653.  Fellow.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1653.  V.  of  Oswaldkirk, 
Yorks.,  till  ejected,  1662.  Afterwards  ordained  by  the  Bishop 
of  Lincoln.  R.  of  Stonegrave,  Yorks.  Preb.  of  York,  1694- 
1709.  Died  Jan.  14,  1708-9.   M.L  at  Stonegrave.   (D.N.B.) 

DENTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  c.  Nov.  1667. 
S.  of  John,  dyer,  of  Ipswich.  School,  Ipswich.  Matric.  1668; 
B.A.  1671-2;  M.A.  1675.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  1672; 
priest,  Dec.  1674.  R-  of  Marlesford,  Sufiolk,  1677.  R.  of 
Little  Blakenham,  1684.  R.  of  St  Stephen,  Ipswich,  1689. 
R.  of  Offton  and  Little  Bricet,  1697.   Brother  of  Nathaniel. 

DENTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  24,  1673. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Oswaldkirk,  Yorks.  Matric.  1673;  B.A. 
1676-7. 

DENTON,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Sept.  9, 
1673.  S.  of  John,  dyer.  B.  at  Ipswich.  School,  Dedham 
(Mr  Edm.  Sherman).  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  May  26,  1678.   Brother  of  John  (1667). 

DENTON,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  19, 
1630-1.  S.  of  Matthew,  Esq.,  of  Barton,  Herts.  (?  Barton-le- 
Clay,  Beds.).  School,  Flamstead  (private;  Mr  Plum  tree). 
Matric.  1631.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  14,  1632.  Prob- 
ably buried  at  Barton,  Nov.  13,  1650.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1651. 

DENTON,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  July  i, 
1730.  S.  of  Matthew,  of  Cadwell,  Beds.  B.  at  Barton-le- 
Clay,  Beds.  Schools,  Elmdon,  Essex  and  Houghton  (Mr 
Clark).  Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1733-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  10,  1733-4.  V.  of  Walden  St  Paul's,  Herts.,  1736-47. 
Died  1747. 

DENTON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sx  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1621.  B.  1603,  in  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1623-4.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  9,  1622-3;  priest,  June  8,  1623.  C.  of 
Coley  Chapel,  Halifax,  for  some  years.  Went  to  New  England, 
c.  1638.  Preacher  at  Stamford,  Conn.;  and  at  Hempstead, 
Long  Island,  for  15  years.  Returned  to  England,  1659.  Said 
to  have  died  at  Hempstead,  Essex,  1663.  Author,  SoUliquia 
Sacra.   (FeU,  515;  J.  G.  Bartlett;  D.N.B.) 

DENTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  i, 
1692-3.  Of  East  Newton,  Yorks.  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1699;  priest,  1700.  R.  of  Stonegrave, 
Yorks.,  1700-47.  Buried  June  4,  i747. 

DENTON,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1580;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
19.  1585;  priest,  Feb.  24,  1585-6.  V.  of  West  Haddon, 
Northants.,  1587-1605.  R.  of  Creaton,  1592-1626.  R.  of 
Charwelton,  1605-13.  V.  of  Spratton,  1613-26.  Buried  Apr. 
18,  1626,  at  Creaton.   (Baker,  i.  69;  T.  P.  Dorman.) 

DENTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1559;  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1562;  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1563-4; 
M.A.  1569.    R.  of  Wolverston,  Suffolk,  1566-8. 

DENTON,  THOMAS.   MatriC.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1591. 

DENTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1629. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Henry.  B.  1612.  Succeeded  to  the  estates  of 
his  great  uncle,  Thomas,  of  Wamell  Denton,  1616.  Captain 
in  the  army.  Died  of  wounds,  1645.  One  of  these  names,  of 
Wamell,  Cumberland,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  1,  1631. 

DENTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  22,  1733-  S,  of 
Richard,  of  Wakefield,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School,  Wakefield. 
Matric.  1733.  Migrated  to  Trinity,  Apr.  7, 1735.  B.A.  1736-7. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  28,  1738;  priest  (Litt.  dim.  from 
York)  May,  1742.  C.  of  Kirk  Bramwith.  Perhaps  died 
Aug.  1790.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 


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Denton,  Walter 

DENTON,  WALTER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1573. 
One  of  these  names  V.  of  Long  Benton,  Northumberland, 
1595-1621.  Died  1621. 

DENTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  15, 
1684.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  husbandman.  B.  at  Darton,  Yorks. 
School,  Manchester  (Mr  Barrow).  Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1687-8; 
M.A.  1693.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1693.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Dec.  22, 1689;  priest,  Dec.  1690. 

DENTON, .   B.A.  1473. 

DENTON, .   B.Civ.L.  1476-7- 

DEPDEN,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1551. 

DEPDEN  or  DIPDEN,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  (age  17)  from 
Pembroke,  Easter,  1632.  S.  of  John,  of  Ipswich.  B.A. 
1634-5;  M.A.  1638.  Fellow,  1631.  Ejected,  1644.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Oct.  6,  1643,  age  25.  R.  of  Easton,  Suffolk, 
1649.    R-  of  Garboldisham,  Norfolk,  in  the  Commonwealth. 

DEPDEN  or  DEBDEN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr. 
18,  1585.  S.  of  George,  of  Brampton,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1585; 
B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592.  Fellow  of  Caius,  1595-1600. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Edward  Hunting,  of  Ipswich.  Of 
Brampton,  Suffolk,  gent.  Diedc.  i6i6.  Brother  of  the  next. 
{Venn,  i.  157;  Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1612.) 

DEPDEN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  10, 
1596.  S.  of  George,  gent.,  of  Brampton,  Suffolk.  School, 
Beccles.  Scholar,  1598-1600.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall, 
1600.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1625;  died  of 
plague;  buried  at  St  Margaret's,  Westminster,  Nov.  3,  1625, 
as  'Dibden.'    (Venn,  1.  159;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DEPIN,  JAMES.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1670. 

DEPYNG,  JOHN.  B.Civ.L.  R.  of  Girton,  Cambs.,  in  142 1. 
Canon  of  Lincoln. 

DEPYNG,  NICHOLAS.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1388-96. 

DEPLIEDGE,  JEREMIAH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  3,  1724. 
Of  Nottinghamshire.  Matric.  1724;  Scholar;  B.A.  1727-8. 
One  Depliedge  was  Master  of  Mansfield  Grammar  School, 
Notts.,  in  1747.   (A.  Gray.) 

DEPUP,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1559.  S.  of 
George,  Mnnholder,'  whose  wiU  {P.C.C,  1566)  mentions  him 
and  his  brother  Richard.  B.  in  London.  Scholar,  1563;  B.A. 
1563-4;  M.A,  1567.  Adm.  as  Fell. -Com.  at  Caius,  Nov.  14, 
1567.  Fellow  and  Tutor  at  Caius,  1573-5.  R.  of  Hawks- 
worth,  Notts.,  1585-1603.  Master  of  Nottingham  Grammar 
School,  1578.  Died  Jan.  4,  1602-3.  {Venn,  i.  62;  Godfrey, 
Notts.) 

DEPOOPE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 
Easter,  1553.  Doubtless  elder  brother  of  John  (above), 
named  with  him  in  his  father's  will. 

DEPUP,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1636.  S.  of  Thomas,  hostler,  of  Waltham,  Leics.  B.  at 
Melton  Mowbray.  School,  Melton  Mowbray  (Mr  Umphrey). 
B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  17, 
1641. 

DERBISHIRE,  see  DARBYSHIRE. 

DERBY,  see  also  DARBY. 

DERBY,  BENJAMIN.  M.A.  from  King's,  1704.  S.  of  Jeremiah, 
of  Sherborne,  Dorset,  clerk.  Matric.  from  Wadham  College, 
Oxford,  Mar.  15,  1677-8,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1681.  Ord, 
deacon  (B.  and  Wells);  priest  (Sarum).  R.  of  Bryanston, 
Dorset,  1688-1718.  Schoolmaster  of  Blandford.  Chaplain 
to  Lord  Conway.  V.  of  Turn  worth,  1704.  R.  of  Wootton 
Glanville,  1710-18.  Died  1718.  Father  of  the  next,  and  of 
William  (1725).  {Al.  Oxon.;  Hutchins,  Dorset,  1.  264;  F.  S. 
Hockaday.) 

DERBY  or  DARBY,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel, 
Oct.  23,  1707.  S.  of  Benjamin  (above),  of  Blandford,  Dorset, 
clerk.  B.  in  Essex.  Migrated  to  Exeter  College,  Oxford. 
Matric.  there,  May  20,  1708,  age  18.  Returned  to  Emmanuel ; 
Matric.  there,  1708;  B.A.  1711-2.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Dec.  21, 1712;  priest,  June  16, 1717.  R.of  Cowley,  Middlesex, 
1718-71.  Died  Jan.  i8,  1771.  Buried  at  Cowley,  1771.  M.T. 
WiU,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  William  (1725).  {Al.  Oxon.;  J.  B. 
Peace.) 

DERBY,  JOHN.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1427-33;  LL.B.  in 
1430;  LL.D.  in  1439.  R.  of  West  Walton,  Norfolk.  Perhaps 
preb.  of  Lincoln,  1445;  and  of  St  Paul's,  1443-68. 

DERBY,  JOHN.   B.Civ.L.  1472-3.    Probably  of  King's  Hall, 

1468-73. 
DERBY,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Caius,  1724.  S.  of  Jeremiah,  clerk, 

of   Broadmayne,    Dorset.     Matric.    from    Lincoln   College, 

Oxford,  Mar.  2,  1701-2,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1705.    Ord. 

deacon  (Salisbury)  Sept.   22,   1706;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1708. 

V.  of  Turnworth,  Dorset,  1711-6.  V.  of  Ceme  Abbas,  171 1- 


Derham,  Thomas 

36.  R.  of  Minterne  Magna,  1717-36.  R.  of  Poxwell,  1724-36. 
Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Anglesey.  Died  at  Ceme  Abbas, 
Sept.  8,  1736.    (Venn,  11.  21.) 

DERBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  1,  1739. 
S.  of  William,  clerk,  of  Wimbome,  Dorset.  B.  at  Wimbome. 
School,  Eton.  Colleger,  1733-9.  Matric.  1739;  B.A.  1743-4! 
Ord.  priest  (Norwich,  Litt.  dim.  from  Winchester)  Mar. 
1747-8.  Perhaps  R.  of  Gt  Kington,  Dorset,  1749-61.  One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Norton,  Kent,  1765-7.  R.  of  Southfleet, 
1767-78.  R.  of  Longfield,  1774-5.  Six-preacher,  Canterbury. 
Died  Oct.  6,  1778.  Buried  at  Bromley.  But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for 
a  contemporary. 

DERBY,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  from  King's,  1725.  S.  of  Benjamin 
(1704),  of  Blandford,  Dorset,  clerk.  Matric.  from  Wadham 
College,  Oxford,  July  10,  1708,  age  18;  B.A.  from  All  Souls, 
1712.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  23,  1711;  priest  (Oxford) 
Dec.  19,  1714.  R.  of  Singleton,  Sussex,  1715.  R.  of  West 
Parley,  Dorset,  1725-53.  R.of  Woodsford,  1729-53.  Chaplain 
to  Charlotte,  Lady  Lovelace.  Died  1753.  Buried  at  Wim- 
bome Minster.  Brother  of  Benjamin  (1707).  (Al.  Oxon.; 
F.  S.  Hockaday;  Hutchins,  iii.  222;  where  the  parentage  is 
apparently  erroneously  given.) 

DERBY, .   B.Can.L.  1483-4. 

DEREHAM,  BALDWIN.  Described  as '  B.A.  of  Christ's  College ; 
aged  62;  married;  ord.  by  Bishop  of  Norwich;  preacher; 
understands  Latin'  (Lib.  Cler.  Line,  1576).  Probably  2nd 
s.  of  Thomas,  of  Crimplesham,  Norfolk.  V.  of  Ulting,  Essex, 
1558-63.  V.  of  Assington,  Suffolk,  1559-68.  V.  of  Edward- 
stone,  1560-3.  R.  of  Langenhoe,  1568.  V.  of  Goadby,  Leics., 
1576.   Father  of  Roger  (1588).   (Vis.  of  Norf.) 

DEERHAM,  GEORGE.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1544- 
DEERHAM,  HENRY.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  July 

16,  1616.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1588-9),  of  Dereham  Abbey, 

Norfolk,   Knt.     Adm.    at    the   Inner  Temple,  Nov.    1620. 

Brother  of  Thomas  (1616)  and  Robert  (1623).  (T.A.  Walker, 

4.) 
DEREHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Jan.  30, 

1649-50.   S.  of  Thomas  (1616),  of  Dereham  Grange,  Norfolk. 

B.  there.   Bapt.  at  West  Dereham,  July  28,  1633.   Schools, 

Thetford   (Mr  Ward)   and  Wisbech  (Mr  Frisney)      Matric. 

1650.   Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  1648.    Half-brother  of 

Richard  (1660).   (Venn,  i.  377;  Vis.  of  Norfolk,  1664.) 

DERHAM,  RICHARD.  D.D.  Chancellor  of  the  University, 
1390-1,  1404-8.  Fellow  of  GoNviLLE  Hall,  1393.  Warden 
of  King's  Hall,  1399-1413,  1415-7.  R.  of  Middleton  Cheney, 
Northants.,  1400.  Papal  notary  for  England.  Preb.  of 
Westminster,  1401.  Preb.  of  Chichester,  1401.  P.C.  of  St 
Botolph,  Aldersgate,  1403.  Dean  of  St  Martin-le-Grand, 
1403-11.  Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1407.  Archdeacon  of  Norfolk, 
1412-7.  King's  chaplain.  Employed  in  State  affairs.  Died 
Aug.  10,  1417.  (Venn,  i.  4.).  The  Caius  MS.  (No.  2)  was  his 
cautio  (?for  D.D.)  in  1394. 

DERHAM,  RICHARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  May  29, 
1660.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1616),  Bart.,  of  Dereham  Abbey, 
Norfolk.  Bapt.  Apr.  10,  1644,  at  West  Dereham.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  1661.  Succeeded  his  brother  Henry  as  Bart., 
1682.   Wasted  his  property,  and  died  in  Jamaica.   (G.E.C.) 

DERHAM,  ROBERT.  Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  June  6,  1411;  priest.  May  28,  1412. 

DEREHAM,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1598.  5ths.  of  Baldwin  (above^,  of  Norfolk.  B.A.i6oi-2;M.A. 
1605;  B.D.  1613;  D.D.  1625.  Fellow,  1605.  R.  of  Stukeley, 
Hunts.,  1618.  R.  of  Bamack,  Northants.,  1633-44.  Buried 
there  July  3,  1644.  Admon.  (Peterb.)  granted  to  Isrother  Sir 
Thomas.  Brother  of  Roger  (1588-9)  and  Thomas  (1585). 
(T.  A.  Walker;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

DEREHAM,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  May  20, 
1623.  S.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1588-9),  Knt.,  of  West  Dereham, 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1623.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  10,  1626. 
Author,  legal.  Brother  of  Henry  (1616)  and  Thomas 
(1616). 

DEREHAM,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1588-9. 
2nd  s.  of  Baldwin  (above),  of  Norfolk.  Scholar,  1589;  B.A. 
1592-3;  M.A.  1596;  B.D.  from  Peterhouse,  1608;  D.D.  1615. 
Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1597.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest,  Feb. 
20,1602.  R.of  Stathern,  Leics.  V.  of  Cherrv  Hinton,  Canihs., 
1604-17.  R.  of  GtCasterton,  Rutland,  1618-20.  R.  of  Little 
Stukeley,  Hunts.,  1618.  R.  of  Branstone,  Leics.,  1621.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1638;  proved  by  brother  Robert.  Gave  fio  to  the 
College  Chapel.  Brother  of  Robert  (1598)  and  Thomas  (1585). 
(T.  A.  Walker,  4;  Vis.  of  Norf.;  Nichols,  11.  359) 

DERHAM,  THOMAS.  Of  King's  Hall,  1403-18.  Died  June  3, 
1418. 

DERHAM,  THOMAS.    Pensioner  at  Queens',  1518-21. 


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Derham,  Thomas 

DEERHAM  or  DYRHAM,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Christ's,  Easter,  1585.  S.  and  h.  of  Baldwin  (above),  of  Nor- 
folk. B.A.  1588-g.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  1589. 
Barrister,  i6oo.  Succeeded  to  his  uncle's  estate  at  West  Dere- 
ham, Norfolk.  Knighted,  Dec.  i,  1618.  Died  Apr.  20,  1645. 
Buried  at  West  Dereham,  May  28.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of 
the  next,  Henry  (i6i6)  and  Robert  (1623).  (Peile,  i.  181; 
Vis.  of  Norf.) 

DEERHAM  or  DERHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at 
Peterhouse,  July  16, 1616.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Thomas  (above), 
Knt.,  of  Dereham  Abbey,  Norfolk.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Nov.  1618.  Created  Baronet,  June  8,  1661.  Buried 
Mar.  30,  1668,  at  St  Giles-in-the-Fields,  London.  Brother 
of  Henry  (1616)  and  Robert  (1623).  (T.  A.  Walker,  3; 
G.E.C.) 

DERHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Oct.  22,  1645. 
Matric.  1645;  B.A.  1649. 

DEREHAM, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1660.  Possibly 

Richard,  of  1660,  at  Queens'. 

DEREHAUGH,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May 
26,  1604.  S.  of  William  (1575),  Esq.,  of  Markshall,  Essex. 
School,  Sawbridgeworth,  Herts.  Readm.  Fell.-Com.  1605. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Feb.  6,  1607-8.  Of  Gedgrave, 
Suffolk,  Esq.  Succeeded  his  father,  1613.  Died  Dec.  15, 1615. 
WiU  (P.C.C.)  1621.    (Venn,  i.  185.) 

DERAUGH,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1567.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  from  Staple's 
Inn,  1571.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1613;  of  Gray's  Inn.  (J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 

DERHAUGH,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  May  7, 

161 1.  S.  of  WiUiam,  gent.,  of  Badingham,  Sufiolk.  School, 
Cransford  (Mr  Bowman).  Matric.  1611;  Scholar,  1611-2.  Of 
Peasenhall,  Suffolk,  Esq.  Will  proved  (Norwich)  1627. 
(Venn,  i.  zri.) 

DERAUGH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Oct.  8, 
1575.  Of  Bromley,  Essex.  S.  of  Edward,  Esq.,  of  Gedgrave, 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1575-  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1578.  Of 
Markshall   and   Gedgrave,   Suffolk,   Esq.     Died   Sept.   27, 

1612.  Will  (P.C.C).  Father  of  Francis  (1604).  (Venn,  i.  83.) 

DEREHAUGH, .  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  1461. 

DERHAUGH, .    Pens,  at  Peterhouse,  1608-9. 

DEREWARDE, .  Fined  £5  for  non-inception  in  some  faculty, 

1456-7.    (Gr.  Bk,  A,  p.  9.) 

DERING  or  DERYNG,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens', 

Michs.  1548;  Scholar,  1548-50. 

DERING,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1575- 
S.  of  Richard.  B.A.  1578-g.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1580. 
M.P.  for  Clitheroe,  1601.  Knighted,  May  11,  1603.  Sir 
Anthony,  of  Surrenden-Dering,  Kent,  Knt.  Died  Mar. 
1635-6,  aged  78.  Father  of  Edward  (1615)  and  the  next. 
(Peile,  I.  131.) 

DEARING,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1618.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  9,  1619-20; 
as  s.  of  Sir  Anthony  (above),  Knt.,  of  Pluckley,  Kent.  Will 
(Archd.  London)  i66i.  (Pedigree  of  Dering  in  Vis.  of  Kent, 
1619.) 

DERING,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney, 
June  9, 1 64 1.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Charing,  Kent.  Schools, 
Ashford  (Mr  NichoUs),  Canterbury  (Mr  Lud)  and  Beckley, 
Suffolk  (?  Sussex).  Matric.  1641.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple, 
1648.    Barrister,  1655. 

DERING,  EDWARD.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1559-60  (ist  in  the 
ordo);  M.A.  1563;  B.D.  1568.  S.  of  John,  of  Surrenden- 
Dering,  Kent.  Fellow,  1560-70.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  1561. 
Proctor,  1566.  Lady  Margaret  preacher,  1567.  R.  of  Pluck- 
ley,  Kent,  1568.  Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of  Norfolk,  and  in  the 
Tower  of  London.  Preb.  of  Sarum,  1572-6.  Divinity  reader 
at  St  Paul's,  1572;  suspended,  1573.  Distinguished  as  Greek 
scholar,  and  as  a  preacher.  Author.  Died  at  Thoby,  Mount- 
nessing,  Essex,  June  26,  1576,  aged  36.  (D.N.B.;  Peile,  i. 
55;  Cooper,  I.  354,  563;  III.  83.) 


DERRING,   EDWARD. 

1608;  Scholar,  1611. 


Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 


DERING,  EDWARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Magdalene, 
Easter,  1615.  Eldest  s.  of  Sir  Anthony  (1575),  of  Pluckley, 
Kent.  B.  in  the  Tower  of  London,  1598,  where  his  father 
was  Deputy-lieutenant.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Oct.  23, 
1617.  Knighted,  Jan.  22,  1618-9.  Created  Baronet,  Feb.  i, 
1626-7.  Lieutenant  of  Dover  Castle.  M.P.  for  Hythe,  1629; 
for  Kent  in  the  Long  Parliament,  1640-2.  Committed  to  the 
Tower  for  supporting  Episcopacy,  1641.  For  a  time  in  the 
King's  army.  Author.  Died  June  22,  1644.  Brother  of 
Anthony  (1618),  father  of  the  next.  (D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 


Bering,  Richard 

DERING,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  13)  at  Sidney, 
Jan.  30,  1639-40.  S.  of  Sir  Edward,  Bart,  (above).  B.  at 
Pluckley,  Kent,  Nov.  8,  1625.  Schools,  Red  Cross  Street, 
London  (Mr  Tho.  Fameby),  Throwley  (Mr  Jo.  Cragg)  and 
Surrenden,  Kent  (Mr  Ro.  Copping).  Matric.  1640.  Migrated 
to  Emmanuel,  Oct.  11,  1642.  B.A.  1642-3.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Dec.  1641.  Perhaps  the  man  of  these  names, 
'Nobilis,'  adm.  at  Leyden,  Apr.  30,  1644.  Succeeded  his 
father,  1644.  M.P.  for  Kent,  1660;  for  East  Retford,  1670; 
for  Hythe,  1679  (twice),  1681.  Buried  at  Pluckley,  June  28, 
1684.   M.I.   (D.N.B.) 

DERING,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July  4, 
1692.  S.  of  Henry  (1663-4),  clerk.  B.  at  Thomham,  Kent. 
School,  Rochester  (Mr  Bastow).  Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1695-6; 
M.A.  1699.  V.  of  Tudeley,  Kent,  1702-15.  Died  Dec.  26, 
1715.   M.I.  at  Tudeley. 

DERING,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  15,  1750-1.  S.  of  Sir  Edward,  Bart.,  of  Kent.  B.  at 
Pluckley,  Sept.  28,  1732.  School,  Westminster.  M.P.  for 
New  Romney,  Kent,  1761-87.  Succeeded  his  father  as  6th 
Baronet,  1762.  Died  Dec.  8,  1798.   (G.E.C.) 

DERING,  'ELERAD'  (1650),  see  HENRY. 

DERING,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1605.  S.  of  Christopher,  of  Wicken,  Charing,  Kent.  B.A. 
1608;  M.A.  1612.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1616.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Peterb.)  Feb.  28,  1612-3;  'Fellow  of  Magdalen.'  R. 
of  Ringwould,  Kent,  1625.  (Al.Oxon.) 

DERING,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1583;  B.A.  1586-7;  probably  M.A.  1590. 

DEARING,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1586; 
B.A.  1589-90;  M.A.  1593.  Fellow,  1591-1613.  Senior 
Proctor,  1607-8. 

DERING,  HENEAGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Mar.  31,  1680. 
Eldest  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Wickins,  Kent.  B.  in  London, 
1665.  School,  St  Albans.  Matric.  1680;  LL.D.  1701  (Lit. 
Reg.).  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  May,  1678.  Called  to  the 
Bar,  1690.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Feb.  9,  1701;  priest,  July  20, 
1701.  Archdeacon  of  East  Riding,  Yorks.,  1702.  R.  of 
Scrayingham,  1704-49.  Preb.  of  York,  1705-50.  Dean  of 
Ripon,  171 1.  Master  of  St  Mary  Magdalene,  and  at  St  John 
Baptist,  Hospitals,  Ripon,  1711.  Died  Apr.  8,  1750.  Will, 
P.C.C.  Father  of  the  next  and  John  (1732).  (D.N.B.) 

DERING,  HENEAGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  x?)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
22,  1737.  S.  of  Heneage  (above).  B.  at  Ripon.  School, 
Ripon  (Mr  Stephens).  Matric.  1737;  B.A.  1740-1;  M.A.  from 
Peterhouse,  1744.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1742-9.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincolri)  May  29;  priest  (Rochester)  Dec.  18,  1743. 
V.  of  Tadcaster,  Yorks.,  1744-52.  V.  of  Burley-on-the-HiU, 
Rutland,  1752-61.  P.C.  of  Wye,  Kent,  1754.  R.  of  Milton 
Keynes,  Bucks.,  1761-1802.  Chaplain  and  tutor  in  the 
farnily  of  the  Earl  of  Winchelsea.  D.D.,  of  Lambeth.  Preb. 
of  Canterbury,  1766-1802.  Died  May  17,  1802.  Brother  of 
John  (1732).   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  484.) 

DERING,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Lent, 
1618-9.  S.  of  John,  of  Egerton,  Kent.  Migrated  to  Oxford. 
Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  Jan.  21, 1620-1,  age  21 
B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  (Cambridge)  1624.  V.  of  Newington  by 
Sittingboume,  Kent,  1626.  V.  of  Halstow,  1632-44  (se- 
questered). Married,  Sept.  5,  1633,  Mary  Sanders,  of  East 
Sutton,  Kent.   Died  1686.   (Al.  Oxon.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DERINGE,  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity,  June  27, 
1650.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Edward,  of  Surrenden,  Pluckley,  Kent. 
Matric.  1650-1,  as 'Elerad.'  Of  Pevington,  Kent,  Esq.  (Vis. 
of  Kent,  1663.) 

DEERING,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  9, 
1663-4.  S.  of  Henry  (1618-9),  V.  of  Newington,  Kent. 
B.  there.  School,  Maidstone.  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8; 
M.A.  1671.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1671.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  1666.  Barrister,  1673.  Perhaps  V.  of  Thomham, 
Kent,  1673-1720;  and  V.  of  Bearstead,  1693-1720.  If  so, 
died  Dec.  26, 1720,  aged  74.  'BwtseeAl.Oxon.,i.x\iu.  Father 
of  Edward  (1692). 

DERING,  JOHN.   B.A.  iSi4-5- 

DERING,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  19, 
1732.  S.  of  Heneage  (1680).  B.  at  Ripon,  Yorks.  School, 
Ripon  (Mr Steevens).  Matric.  1732;  B.A.  1735-6;  M.A.  1739. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  14,  1737-8;  priest,  June  17,  1739. 
R.  of  Hilgay,  Norfolk,  1740-74.  Sub-dean  of  Ripon,  1746-74. 
Died  June  19,  1774.  Brother  of  Heneage  (1737).  (Scott- 
Mayor,  III.  444.) 

DERYNG,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1546;  Scholar,  1548-50.   Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1553. 

DEERING,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  c.  1596.  Adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  4,  1598,  as  4th  s.  of  Richard, 
Esq.,  of  Pluckley,  Kent, 


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Bering,  Thomas 

DEERINGE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  rom  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1580.   Adin.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  July  i,  1584,  as  and  s. 

of  Richard,  Esq.,  of  Pluckley,  Kent. 
DERING, .  Adm.  at  Peterhouse,  Lent,  1555-6.  Perhaps 

Edward  (1559-60). 
DERISLEY,  see  DEARSLEY. 
DERKINDREN,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 

May  16,  1621.  S.  of  Abraham,  of  London,  mercer. 
DERLINGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1588; 

B..\.  1592-3,  as  Darling;  M.A.  1596. 
DERLINGTON,  JOHN.  Clerk,  bachelor  in  some  faculty.  Scholar 

at    King's    Hall,    1365.     Archdeacon   of   Norwich,    1387. 

Chancellor,  1399. 
DERMAN,  WILLIAM.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1440-50.  One 

of  these  names  R.  of  White  Roothing,  Essex,  1446-50.  Died 

1450. 
DERMAR    or   DERMAN,   JOHN.     B.A.    1506-7;    M.A.    1510. 

Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1510.  Bursar,  1510-1.  Name  off,  1521. 
DERNEFORD,    NICHOLAS.     One    of    the    original    'King's 

Scholars'  at  Cambridge,  Apr.  14,  1318. 

DERNELL, .   M.Gram.  1480-1. 

DERRICK,  CHARLES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1569; 
B.A.  1573-4- 

DERYCKE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  (age  12)  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Michs.  1573.   (Probably  adm.  1570.) 

DERRICK,  DYRYCKE  or  DETHYCKE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens, 
from  Christ's,  June,  1565;  B.A.  1569;  M.A.  from  Corpus 
Christi,  1578.  At  Antwerp  as  an  agent  of  the  English  govern- 
ment in  1594.   (Peile,  i.  92;  Cooper,  11.  176.) 

DERRICK,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1688. 
S.  of  John,  blacksmith.  B.  at  Lincoln.  School,  Lincoln. 
B..\.  1691-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  21,  1691-2. 

DERRY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  May  21, 
1674.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.  B.  at  Grimsby,  Lines.  Matric. 
1674. 

DERSHAM,  .    Benedictine  Monk.    Incorp.  from  Oxford, 

1496.  D.D.  1499.  Cellarer  of  Bury  St  Edmunds. 

DESAGULIERS,  JOHN  THEOPHILUS.  Incorp.  LL.D.  1726, 
from  Hart  Hall,  Oxford.  S.  of  John,  protestant  pastor  at 
Aitr6,  France.  B.  at  La  Rochelle.  Matric.  from  Christ 
Church,  Oxford,  Oct.  28,  1705,  age  22;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1709; 
M.A.  I7I2;D.C.L.  1719.  F.R.S.  1714.  R.  of  Little  Stanmore, 
Middlesex,  1715-44-  R-  of  Bridgham,  Norfolk,  1717-26. 
R.  of  Little  Warley,  Essex,  1727-44.  Scientific  inventor  and 
writer.  Died  Feb.  29,  1744,  aged  66.  Will,  P.C.C.  (D.N.B.; 
Al.  Oxon.) 

DESBOROUGH,  see  DISBOROUGH. 

DESTFORD,  JOHN  (1565),  see  DEFFORD, 

DE  TASCHER,  PETER.    M.A.  1690  (Lit.  Reg.). 

DETHICKE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
Oct.  1569.  S.  and  h.  of  Edmund,  gent.,  of  Beechamwell, 
Norfolk.  School,  Lynn.  Matric.  1569.  Succeeded  his  father, 
1565.    (Venn,  i.  65;  Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

DETHICKE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Nov.  16, 
1641.  S.  of  Edmund,  gent.,  of  Newton,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Harpley.  Schools,  Rudham  (Mr  Robotham)  and  Norwich 
(Mr  Lovering).  Matric.  164 1;  Scholar,  1642-4.  Merchant  in 
London.  Living,  1670.  Brother  of  John  (1658).  (Venn,  i. 
346;  Vis.  of  London,  1634.) 

DETHICK,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May 
19,  1 65 1.  S.  of  John,  merchant  and  alderman,  of  St  Mary 
Axe,  London  (Lord  Mayor,  1656).  B.  there.  School,  London 
(private;  Mr  Singleton).  Matric.  1651;  B.A.  1654.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  June  23,  1653.  Died  unmarried.  (Le  Neve, 
Knights,  134.) 

DETHICK,  FRANCIS,  see  DERRICK. 

DETHICK,  GEORGE.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's,  c. 
1593-  Eldest  s.  of  Sir  William  (1559),  Garter  PCing-of-Arms. 
B.A.  1595-6.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  25,  1594. 

DETHICK,  GILBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  c.  1598.  S.  of 
SirWilliam  (1559),  Garter  King-of-Arms.  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A. 
1605.  A  proctor  of  the  Arches  Court.  Died  May  22,  1639. 
Will,  P.C.C.   Brother  of  George.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DETHICK,  GILBERT.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1687.  S.  of  Henry  (1642).  B.  at  Poplar,  Middlesex,  1687. 
Matric.  1688;  B.A.  1691-2;  M.A.  1695.  Fellow,  1691.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  June  19,  1698;  priest  (London)  Sept.  22, 
1706.   Died  young,  of  consumption. 

DETHICK  or  DYRRYCKE,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Gon- 
viLLE  Hall,  Nov.  1554.  Probably  3rd  s.  of  Simon,  of 
Wormegay,  Norfolk.  B.A.  1556-7;  M.A.  1560;  B.D.  1565. 
Fellow  of  Caius,  by  charter,  1557.  Expelled  by  Dr  Caius, 
1565.  University  preacher,  1565.  Perhaps  V.  of  Orpington, 


t)EVEREux,  Peter 

Kent,  1566-70;  and  chaplain  to  the  Archbishop.  Afterwards 
a  papist.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  Jan.  5,  1575-6,  of  Henry  Dethick. 
of  the  University  of  Cambridge,  clerk,  dying  beyond  the 
seas'  granted  to  his  brother  Christopher,  of  Bradenham 
Norfolk.  The  conclusion  therefore  (Venn,  i.  38;  Cath  Rec 
Soc,  II.  207)  that  he  was  received  at  Rome,  and  died  there 
in  1594,  must  be  wrong.  There  was  a  contemporarv  LL  D 
at  Oxford.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.)  ''  ' 

DETHICKE,  HENRY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton 
1642.  3rd  s.  of  Henry,  of  Poplar,  Middlesex.  B.  at  Black- 
wall,  Middlesex.  B.A.  1647-8;  M.A.  1650.  Fellow,  till  1656. 
Richmond  Herald  Died  June  19,  1707,  aged  84.  Buried  at 
Poplar,  Middlesex.  Father  of  Gilbert  (1687).  (Noble,  Coll. 
o/^rms;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DETHYCK,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1544- 
Scholar,  1543-7.  ' 

DETHICK,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  July  6,  1658. 
S.  of  Edmund,  of  West  Newton,  Norfolk,  gent.  Schools, 
Sandringham  (Mr  Wibrow)  and  Lynn  (Mr  Bell).  Matric. 
1659.  Owned  property  at  Walpole.  Brother  of  Edmund 
(1641).    (Venn,  1.  403.) 

DETHICKE,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1558.  Will  (Lewes)  of  one  of  these  names;  'of  Preston, 
Sussex,  clerk.' 

DETHYCK,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Edmund's  Hostel, 

Michs.  1544. 
DETHICK,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1559.  S.  of  Sir  Gilbert,  Garter  King-of-.\rms.  B.A.  1562-3. 
Rouge  Croix  pursuivant,  1567.  York  Herald,  1570.  Garter 
King-of-Arms,  1586.  Knighted,  May  13,  1603.  Often 
travelled  professionally.  Died  161 2,  aged  70.  Buried  in 
St  Paul's  Cathedral.  WiU.  P.C.C.  Father  of  George  and 
Gilbert.   (D.N.B.) 

DETHYCKE, .  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1479-80. 

DETHICKE, .  Sizar  at  Trinity,  1567. 

DETLYE,  GODFREY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1617. 
DEUFELT,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  26,  1610.  Of 

Jersey. 
DEUTZ,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  19,  1612.    Of 

Lincolnshire. 
DEVEILLE,  HANS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  30,  1721. 

Of  Middlesex.  Perhaps  s.  of  Sir  Thomas.  Matric.  1721;  B.A. 

1724-5  (ist  in  the  ordo).    Usher  at  Felsted  School,  1731. 

V.  of  Saling,  Essex,  1732-41.  V.  of  Felsted,  1740.  Died  1741. 

(J.  Sargeaunt,  Felsted  School.) 
DEVENISH,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  18, 

1689.    S.  of  Henry,  counsellor  (of  Lincoln's  Inn).    B.  in 

Middlesex.    School,  Enfield  (Mr  Udal),  Middlesex.    Matric. 

1689.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  2,  1689. 
DEVENISH,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  July  4, 

1695.    S.  of  John,  clerk,  deceased,  R.  of  Bickleigh,  Devon. 

B.  there.    School,  Tiverton.    Matric.  1695;  Scholar.  1607- 

B.A.  1698-9. 
DEVENISH,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.,  as  a  resident  at 

Michael  House,  Easter,  1544.   Doubtless  s.  of  Richard,  of 

Hellingley,  Sussex.   B.A.  (Oxford)  1526-7;  M.A.  1530;  B.D. 

1537.  Fellowof  Merton,  1528.  Probably  fellow  of  St  John's, 

Cambridge,  1534.  Provost  of  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  1534- 

1558.  V.  of  Westerham,  Sussex,  1540-54.  Chaplain  to  Henry 

VIII.   Rpeb.  of  Canterbury,  1544;  of  Windsor;  of  Chichester, 

1556.  Died  Mar.  24,  1558-9.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1559,  as  Denyson. 

(Al.  Oxon;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DE  VERE,  EDWARD  (1558),  see  BULBECK,  Lord  EDWARD. 
DEVEREUX,  ARTHUR.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  28, 

1665.     3rd  s.   of   George,   Esq.,  of  Vaynor,   Montgomery. 

Matric.  1665,  as  'Deurents.'    Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 

Feb.  11,  1666-7.   Died  1709.   Brother  of  Vaughan  (1660). 
DEVORAXE,  GEORGE.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's, 

Easter,  1560.  Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  Richard,  K.B.  of  Hereford. 

M.P.  for  Co.  Pembroke,  1588.   Knighted,  1596. 
DEVEREUX,  JONATHAN.    Adm,  sizar  at  Emmanuel,   1626. 

Matric.  1626.    Perhaps  V.  of  Foxton,  Leics.,  1641.    R.  of 

Gateshead,  July  5,  1645.   R.  of  Wolsingham,  Durham,  1648. 

One  of  these  names,   'Minister  of  the  Gospel,'  buried  at 

St  Nicholas,  Newcastle,  Mar.  2,  1663-4.   Father  of  the  next. 

(Peile,  I.  511;  H.  M.  Wood.) 
DEVEREUX,  JONATHAN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 

Jan.  6,  1646-7.  S.  of  Jonathan  (above).  B.  at  Clare,  Suffolk. 

School,  Felsted  (Mr  Holbeach).    Matric.   1647,  as  'John'; 

B.A.   1650-1;   M.A.   1656.    P.C.  of  St  Nicholas,  Durham; 

ejected,  1662.    (Peile,  i.  511.) 
DEVEREUX,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  c.  1597; 

B.A.  i6oo-i;  M.A.  1609.  R.  of  Rattlesden,  Suffolk,  1614-44. 

R.  of  Buxhall,  1627.   Married,  at  Rattlesden,  Nov.  25,  1602, 

Julian  Frances.   Will  (Bury)  1645.    Father  of  the  next  and 

Robert  (1627).  (V.  B.  Redstone.) 


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Devereux,  Peter 

DEVEREUX,  PETER.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  2, 

1624-5.  OfSufiolk.  S.  of  Peter  (above).  Bapt.  at  Rattlesden, 

Apr.  10,  1610.   Matric.  1625;  B.A.  1629-30.   Perhaps  V.  of 

Kirby-le-Soken,  Essex,  1638. 
DEVEREUX,  ROBERT.    Adm.  FelL-Com.  at  Trinity,  i577. 

2nd  Earl  of  Essex.  S.  of  Walter,  ist  Earl  of  Essex.  B.  Nov. 

10,1567.  Matric.  1579;  M. A.  1581.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1588. 

The  famous  commander,  statesman,  and  favourite  of  Queen 

Elizabeth.    Earl-marshal  of  England,  1597.    Chancellor  of 

the  University,  Aug.  10,  1598.    Executed,  Ffeb.  25,  1600-1. 

Will  (P.C.C.)  1616.   {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  Cooper,  11.  296.) 
DEVEREUX,  ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  6, 

1626-7.  S.  of  Peter  (1597),  R.  of  Rattlesden,  Suffolk.  Bapt. 

there,  Feb.  4,   i6ir-2.    Matric.   1627;  B.A.   1630-1;   M.A. 

1634.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  22,  1638.  R.  of  Hepworth, 

Suffolk,  1644-60.  R.  of  Little  Stonham,  1660-86.  Died  1686. 

Will,  Bury. 
DEVEREUX,  SIMEON.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  10,  1675. 

School,  Westminster.    Scholar,   1676;   Matric.   1677;   B.A. 

1678-9;  M.A.  1682.    Chaplain  of  Trinity  College,  1681-9. 

P.C.  of  Nackington,  Kent,  i686-i733-    Minor  canon  of  St 

Paul's,  1692-8.    R.  of  Harbledown,  1731.   V.  of  Brookland, 

1731-3-   Minor  Canon  of  Canterbury.   Died  July  6,  i733- 
DEVOREUX,  VAUGHAN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 

June  14,  1660.  S.  of  George,  Esq.,  of  Berriew,  Montgomery- 
shire.   B.  there.    School,  Newport  (Mr  Chaloner).    Matric. 

1660.    Of  Nantcribba.    Married  and  had  issue.   Died  1700. 

Brother  of  Arthur  (1665).   (W.  H.  Cooke,  Herefordshire,  70.) 
DEVEREUX,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Pembroke, 

c.  1596. 
DEVEROS,  JOHN.  M.A.  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1400. 
DEVEY,  JAMES.    M.A.  from  Trinity,  1724-    S.  of  Henry,  of 

Pattingham,  Staffs.,  clerk.    Matric.  from  Pembroke  College, 

Oxford,  May  13,  1700,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1703-4.   R.  of 

Beckbury,  Salop,  1724.    {Al.  Oxon.) 
DEVEY,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  2,  1740-r. 

B.  at  Kemberton,  Salop.    Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1744-5;  M.A. 

1748;  B.D.  1755.   Fellow,  1747.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Oct.  23, 

1748;  priest,  Oct.  29,   1749.    R.  of  Stanground,   Hunts., 

1766-1809.   Died  Jan.  31,  1809. 
DE\nS,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Pembroke,  Nov.  14, 

1688.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  in  Warwickshire. 
DEVONSHIRE,  Duke  of,  see  CAVENDISH. 
DEVYAS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1552. 
DEW,  JOHN.  B.A.  1484-5;  M.A.  1490-1.   Fellow  of  Gonville 

Hall,  1488-1500.   President  of  Physwick  Hostel,  1499.   V. 

of  Mattishall,  Norfolk,  1500,  till  his  death,  in  1517.  {Venn,  i. 

13.) 
DEW,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  6,  1657.   S. 

of  Arthur,  merchant,  of  London.  B.  there.  School,  St  Paul's. 

Matric.  1657. 
DEWE,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1575-6. 
DEWE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  July  28, 

1687.    S.  of  WiUiam.    B.  in  London.    School,  St  Paul's. 

Matric.   1688.    Migrated  to  Trinity  Hall,  Aug.   14,   1690. 

LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1693. 
DEW,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1702.  Of  Norwich. 

B.A.  1705-6. 

DEW, .  Scholar  at  Gonville  Hall,  1532-3. 

DEWBANK,  JOHN.  'B.A.  of  St  Catharine's;  aged  45;  or- 
dained by  Bishop  of  Lincoln,*  when  instituted  V.  of  Willough- 

by,  Leics.,  and  Willey,  Warws.,  1576.    {Lib.  Cler.  Line., 

1576.) 
DEWBERY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  Feb.  18,  1706-7. 

S.   of  Thomas,  of  Walton,   Bucks.,   clerk.    Matric.   1707. 

Previously  adm.  at  Merton  College,  Oxford,  Nov.  21,  1704, 

age  18.    (Al.  Oxon.) 
DEWBERRY,   THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age   16)   at  Trinity, 

Apr.  16,  1678.    Of  Leicestershire.    S.  of  William.    School, 

Market  Harborough  (Mr  Berry).  Matric.  1681;  Scholar,  1681; 

B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685.    Perhaps  R.  of  Crawley,  Bucks., 

1686-1717.   Died  Aug.  14,  1717. 

DEWER,  see  DUER. 

D'EWES  or  DEWCE,  PAUL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1584.  S.  of  Gerrard,  printer,  of  London.  Of  Up- 
minster,  Essex.  B.  1567.  Previously  Matric.  from  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford,  Dec.  i,  1581,  age  13.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  July  3,  1585.  One  of  the  six  clerks  in  Chancery. 
Of  Stowlangtoft,  Suffolk.  Married  (1)  Cecilia,  dau.  and  h.  of 
Richard  Symonds,  of  Coxden,  Dorset;  (2)  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Isham.  Died  in  London.  Buried  at  Stowlangtoft, 
Apr.  26,  1631  {Parish  Reg.).  Will  (P.C.C.)  1631.  Father  of 
the  next  and  Symonds.  (D.AT.B.;  J.  Ch.  Smith;  H.  I. 
Longden.) 


DiAsoN,  John 

D'EWES,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1632.  S.  of  Paul  (above),  of  Suffolk.  Bapt.  at  Stow- 
langtoft, Suffolk,  Oct.  31,  1615.  School,  Bury.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Apr.  1632.  Lieutenant-Colonel,  quartered  at 
Reading  in  Dec.  1642.  Probably  killed  there.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1643;  'deceased  at  Reading.'  (Bury  School,  S.H.A.H.) 

D'EWES,  SYMONDS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  St  John's,  May  20, 
1618.  S.  of  Paul  (1584),  of  Milden,  and  Stowlangtoft,  Suffolk. 
B.  Dec.  18,  1602,  at  Coxden,  Dorset  (his  mother's  home). 
School,  Bury.  Matric.  1618.  Resided  till  Sept.  22,  1620. 
M.A.  1635-6  (on  visit  of  Prince  of  Wales).  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  July  2,  1611.  Barrister,  1623.  Knighted, 
Dec.  6,  1626.  High  Sheriff  for  Suffolk,  1639-40.  M.P.  for 
Sudbury,  1640-8.  Created  baronet,  July  15,  1641.  Anti- 
quarian writer.  Buried  at  Stowlangtoft,  June  7,  1650.  Will, 
P.C.C.  {D.N.B.;  G.E.C.  Extracts  from  his  Diary  are  given 
in  College  Life  in  the  Time  of  James  I,  1851.) 

DEWS,  THOMAS.   B.A.  from  King's,  1592-3. 

DEWES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  May  28,  1647. 

Of  Cheshire. 
D'EWES,  WILLOUGHBY.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 

Mar.  31,  1690.  S.  of  Sir  Willoughby,  Bart.   B.  at  Stowlang- 
toft, Suffolk.    Bapt.  there,  Sept.   19,  1672.    School,  Bury. 

Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4.    Died  of  small-pox,  Oct.  1698, 

age  26.   Buried  at  Stowlangtoft.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 
D'EWES,  WILLOUGHBY.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Dec.   17, 

1706.    S.  of  Sir  Simonds,  Bart.,  of  Suffolk.    School,  Bury. 

Matric.  1706.    Died  1710,  aged  19. 

DEUES  (?  DENES), .   B.A.  1485-6. 

DEWES,  .   Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Trinity  Hall,  Sept.  30, 

1692. 
DEWHURST,  JAMES.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  i,  1574- 

Of  Lancashire.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Congham,  Norfolk, 

1580-95. 
DEWHURST,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  iS)  at  St  John's,  June  26, 

1718.   S.  of  John.   B.  at  Colne,  Lanes.   Schools,  Wakefield 

(Mr  Clarke)  and  Threshfield  (Mr  Marshall).    Matric.  1718. 

Died  in  College.   Buried  at  All  Saints',  Cambridge,  Nov.  21, 

1718. 
DEWHURST,   ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,   from  Trinity,   1595. 

Scholar  from  Westminster.    Perhaps  of  Cheshunt,  Herts. 

Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  9, 1600.  Died  May  4, 1645,  aged  68. 

Will,  P.C.C. 
DEWHURST  or  DUHURST,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Peter- 
house, Jan.  10,  1628-9.   Matric.  1629. 
DEWHURST,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 

Aug.  13,  1723.    S.  of  Clayton,  husbandman,  of  Lancashire. 

B.    at    Ribchester.     School,    Houghton    (Mr    Northcross). 

Matric.   1724;   B.A.   1727-8.    P.C.  of  St  Mary,  Eccleston, 

Lanes.,  1728-33.   Buried  at  Ormskirk,  Feb.  9,  1733-4- 
DEWING,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  June  27,  1726.    Of  Essex. 

Matric.  1726. 
DEWY,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1562. 
DEY,  see  DAY. 
DEYMAN  or  DYMAN,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 

Aug.  4,  1634.  S.  of  William,  clothier.  B.  at  Tiverton,  Devon. 

School,  Tiverton.   Matric.  1634-5,  as 'Dimond.'  Brother  of 

William. 
DEYMAN,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Oct.  13, 

1632.  S.  of  William,  weaver.  B.  at  Tiverton,  Devon.   Bapt. 

Apr.  9, 1615.  School,  Tiverton.  Matric.  1634-5,  as 'Dimond'; 

B.A.  1636-7.   Brother  of  Peter. 
DEYMAN,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Aug.  18, 

1691.   2nd  s.  of  WiUiam,  of  Devon.   B.  at  Tiverton.   School, 

Tiverton.    Matric.  1691;  B.A.  1695-6;  M.A.  1699.    Fellow, 

1699.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  30,  1697.    V.  of  Uffculme, 

Devon.   Died  Feb.  23,  1738-9. 
DEYMAN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  July  5. 

1748.    S.  of  John,  attorney,  of  Uffculme,   Devon.    Bapt. 

Apr.  20,  1 73 1.    Schools,  Winchester  and  Tiverton.    Matric. 

1748.    (Kirby,  Winchester  Scholars.) 
DEYNELL,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1505. 

DEYNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1567. 
DEYNES,  see  DAYNES. 
DEYNHAM,  THOMAS,  M.D.,  see  DENMAN. 
DEYWOOD,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Michs.  1564. 
DIASON,  HENRY.     Adm.    sizar    at    Corpus    Christi,    1617. 

Of  Essex.    Matric.  Lent,  1618-9;  B.A.  1621-2.    V.  of  Grays 

Thurrock,  Essex. 
DIASON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1565. 

Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Aug.  24,  1566;  priest,  Sept.   21,  1567. 

V.  of  Tadlow,  Cambs.,  1567;  resigned,   1575.    V.  of  East 

Hatley,  1569.    V.  of  Gt  Hormead,  Herts.,  1575-84.    Died 

1584.   Will  (Consist.  C.  London)  1584. 


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DiBBEN,  James 

DIBBEN,  JAMES.  M.A.  from  King's,  1730.  S.  of  Richard,  of 
Mansion,  Dorset,  Esq.  Matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Oxford, 
Jan.  23,  1720-1,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1724.  R.  of  Fifehead 
Neville,  Dorset,  1731-76.  R.  of  Fontmell,  1741-76.  Died 
1776.  (A I.  Oxon.;  Hutchins,  Dorset,  1.  271;  F.  S.  Hocka- 
day.) 

DIBBEN,  THOMAS,  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  17, 
1696.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  in  St  Martin's,  London.  School, 
Westminster.  Scholar,  1697;  Matric.  1699,  as  Debben;  B.A. 
1699-1700;  M.A.  1703;  D.D.  1721.  (He  was  not  a  fellow,  as 
stated  in  D.N.B.)  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Jxme  16,  1700; 
dispensation  for  priest,  July  12,  1701.  R.  of  Gt  Fontmell, 
Dorset,  1701-41.  Chaplain  to  Bishop  Robinson,  of  Bristol, 
with  whom  he  attended  the  Congress  of  Utrecht.  Precentor 
of  St  Paul's,  1714-41.  Latin  poet.  Became  deranged;  lost 
his  fortune  and  died  in  the  Poultry  Compter,  Apr.  5,  1741. 
{D.N.B.;  Al.  Watmon.) 

DIBBLE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  King's,  1721.  S.  of  John,  of 
Abinger,  Surrey,  Esq.  Matric.  from  St  John's  College, 
Oxford,  Jan.  19,  1713-4,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1717.  Ord. 
deacon  (Winchester)  June  8,  1718;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1719. 
V.  of  Upper  Swell,  Gloucs.,  1719.  R.  of  Woodchester,  1723. 
Chaplain  to  Lord  Darcie.  Died  1755.  [Al.  Oxon.;  F.  S. 
Hockaday.) 

DICER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  28, 
1662.  S.  of  Sir  Robert,  Bart.,  citizen  of  London.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Hampstead,  Middlesex  (private;  Mr  Wagoner)  and 
Charterhouse.  Matric.  1662.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  24, 
1664-5.  Succeeded  his  father  as  second  Bart.,  Aug.  26, 1667. 
Of  Braughing,  Herts.  Sheriff  of  Sufiolk,  1669-70.  Buried  at 
Braughing,  Aug.  16, 1672.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1673.  (Venn,  1.  416; 
Vis.  of  Midds.,  1664;  G.E.C.) 

DICEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  28,  1739. 
S.  of  William,  of  Northampton,  printer.  Bapt.  at  All  Saints', 
Mar.  6,  1721-2.  School,  Ely  (Mr  Gunning).  Matric.  1739; 
Scholar,  1740;  B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1746.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  May  15,  1744;  priest,  Aug.  3,  1746.  R.  of  Maidwell, 
Northants.,  1746-59.  R.  of  Walton,  Bucks.,  1751-90.  R.  of 
Norton,  1759-71.  R.  of  Marsh-Gibbon,  1771.  Preb.  of 
Bristol,  1773-90.  R.  of  St  Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange, 
London,  1778-90.  Buried  there.  Mar.  31,  1790.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(Lipscomb,  iv.  386;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

DICK  or  DYCKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs. 
1548.   Lay  clerk  of  King's. 

DICKERSON,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr. 
26,  1600.  S.  of  Nicholas,  yeoman,  of  Wymondham,  Norfolk. 
School,  W>Tnondham.  Of  Dickelburgh.  Married  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  John  Roberts,  of  Billingford.  (Venn,  i.  172.) 

DICKINS,  AMBROSE.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Kali,,  Jan.  1, 
1733-4-  Of  Harrow.  Matric.  1733;  LL.B.  1738.  Fellow, 
1738-48.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Ambrose,  of  Covent  Garden, 
Esq.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Dec.  20,  1731. 

DICKONS,  BRIAN.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1584-5;  M.A.  1588. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Nov.  9;  priest,  Nov.  10,  1593.  C.  of 
Grayingham,  Lines.,  in  1614. 

DICKENS,  CHARLES.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  7, 
1739-40.  S.  of  Samuel  (1719).  Bapt.  at  Hemingford  Abbots, 
Hunts.,  June  17,  1720.  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse. 
Matric.  1739;  LL.B.  1745;  LL.D.  1767.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Nov.  13,  1743;  priest,  June  11,  1744.  V.  of  Hemingford  Grey, 
Hunts.,  1744-93.  R-  of  Hemingford  Abbots,  1748-93.  Preb. 
of  Lincohi,  1778.  Died  Sept.  27,  1793,  aged  73.  Will,  P.C.C. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1751).   (G.  Mag.;  Al.  Carthus.) 

DICKINGS,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  24, 
1633.  S.  and  h.  of  William,  gent.  B.  at  St  Dunstan-in-the- 
East,  London.  School,  Luffenham,  Rutland  (Mr  Dcdlie). 
Matric.  1633;  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1638.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Mar.  16,  1 640-1. 

DICKINS,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Aug.  14, 
1699.  Of  RippUngton,  East  Meon,  Hants.  School,  Win- 
chester. Matric.  1699;  LL.B.  1705;  M.A.  1711  (Lit.  Keg.), 
LL.D.  1714.  Fellow,  Jan.  23, 1704-55.  Junior  Proctor,  1710, 
1712.  Regius  Professor  of  Civil  Law,  1714-55.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  July  6,  1693;  of  Lyndhurst,  Hants.  Died  June 
1755.  Brother  of  the  next.   (G.  Mag.;  Lond.  Mag.) 

DICKINS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  June 

25,    1703.     Of    East    Meon,    Hants.     School,    Winchester. 

Matric.  1703;  Scholar,  1703;  B.A.  1706-7;  M.A.  1710;  M.D. 

1717    {Com.    Reg.).      Fellow,    1708.      Brother    of   Francis 

(above). 
DICKINS,  GEORGE.   Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Feb.  28, 

1738-9.  Of  London.  Matric.  1743;  LL.B.  1744.  Ord.  deacon 

(Lincoln)  May  29,  1743;  priest  (Norwich)  Apr.  1745.   R.  of 

Little  Bradley,  Suffolk,  1745-56. 
DICKINS  or  DICKIN,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  July  2, 

1679.    Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1682-3. 


Dickenson,  Edmund 

DICKONS,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1613;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Tune. 
1622;  pnest,  Sept.  23,  1632.  Will  of  one  of  these  name^ 
(York)  1637;  of  East  ReUord,  Notts.,  schoohnaster. 

DICKENS,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's  Easter 
1623;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630;  M.D.  1638.  Admon.' (P.C.C.) 
Aug.  1662.   Died  in  the  Fleet  prison.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DICKONS,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1635  Of 
Nottinghamshire.  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1643;  priest,  June  16,  1644.  R.  of 
Elsworth,  Cambs.,  1660-93. 

DICKINS,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Tulv.  i6iq- 
B.A.  1622;  M.A.  1626.  •-»     /.        y. 

DICKEN,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  from  King's,  1719.  S.  of  Joseph,  of 
Birmingham.  Matric.  from  Brasenose  College,  Oxford, 
Mar.  20,  1706-7,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1710.  Ord.  priest 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  18,  1714.  R.  of  Hemingford  Abbots,  Hunts., 
1714-48.  V.  of  Hemingford  Grey,  1724-44.  R.  of  Houghton 
and  Witton,  1743-8.  Died  1748.  Father  of  Thomas  (1751) 
and  Charles  (1739-40).   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DICKEN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Christ's,  July  2,  1679.  Migrated 
to  Sidney,  Oct.  25,  1679.  1st  s.  of  Thomas,  R.  of  Weston, 
Staffs.  B.  at  Wollaston,  Salop.  School,  Newport,  Salop 
(Mr  Sam.  Edwards).  Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1682-3. 

DICKENS,  THOMAS.  Incorp.  M.A.  1751,  from  Christ  Church, 
Oxford.  S.  of  Samuel  (1719),  of  Hemingford  Abbots,  Hunts. 
B.  there,  Oct.  i,  1721.  Matric.  (Oxford)  1739;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1742-3;.  M.A.  1746.  Doubtless  fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1750-6. 
Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  Received  a  commission  in 
1745  during  the  RebeUion.  Died  at  Little  Fransham,  Norfolk, 
Sept.  21,  1789.  Buried  there.  M.I.  Brother  of  Charles 
(1739-40).  (Al.  Oxon.;  Al.  Carthus.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DICKONS,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1509-10. 

DICKENS  or  DYCANS,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  (age  14)  from 
Christ's,  Nov.  1561.  S.  of  John,  of  'Stotfold,'  Notts. 
Migrated  to  Caius,  July  13,  1563.  Probably  ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Oct.  21,  1570.  R.  of  Gayton  Thorpe,  Norfolk, 
1570-99.    (Venn,  i.  52.) 

DICKYNS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  June  29, 

1644.   S.  of  WiUiam,  of  Fleet  St,  London.   School,  Bishop's 

Stortford  (Mr  Leigh).   Matric.  1646;  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall, 

1647-8;  M.A.  1651.   Fellow  of  Trinity  Hall,  1649-68.   Adm. 

at  Gray's  Inn,  Dec.  28, 1649.  Barrister-at-law,  1660.   (Prob- 
ably not  the  fellow  of  Balliol  College,  Oxford — see  Peile,  i. 

487.)   (Vis.  of  London,  1634.) 
DICKONS,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1679.    Of 

Cambridgeshire.    Matric.   1679;  B.A.   1682-3;  M.A.   1686. 

Perhaps  R.  of  Boxworth,  Cambs.,  1690. 
DICKENS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  19, 

1687.    S.  of  John,  of  Bakewell,  Derbs.    School,  Bakewell. 

Matric.  1687. 
DICKINS,  WILLIAM.   M.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1702. 
DICKINSON  or  DICONSON,  ABRAHAM.    Matric.  pens,  from 

Trinity,  Lent,  1579-80;  Scholar,  1582;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A. 

1587;  D.D.  1609.  Fellow,  1585.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1609.  R. 

of  Hurstmonceaux,  Sussex,  1590. 
DIKYNSON  or  DICONSON,  ANTHONY.    Matric.  sizar  from  St 

John's,  Easter,  1583;  B.A.  1585-6. 
DICKINSON,  BERNARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  May 

28,   1641.    S.  of  Robert,  yeoman.    B.  at  Thorpe  Pearth. 

Schools,    Thorpe    Pearth    (Mr    Proctor)    and    Collingham 

(MrDunwell).   Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5. 
DICKINSON,   CHARLES.     Adm.   pens,   (age   15)   at  Trinity, 

June  16,  1676.  S.  of  William,  of  London.   B.  there.  School, 

London.    Matric.   1676;  Scholar,   1679-80;   B.A.    1679-80; 

M.A.  1683. 
DICKINSON,  CHARLES.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 

Nov.  2,   1737.    S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Lincolnshire.    B.  at 

Harlaxton.   School,  Oakham,  Rutland.    Matric.  1737;  B.A. 

1741-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19, 1742;  priest.  May  25, 

1755-    V.  of  Ouston,  and  R.  of  Withcote,  Leics.,  1755-86. 

R.  of  Carlton  Curlieu,  1768-86.    Died  Dec.  24,  1786.    Will 

(P.C.C.)  1787.    (Scott-Mayor,  m.  490.) 
DICKINSON,   CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.   sizar  from  Trinity, 

Easter,  1626. 
DICKONSON,  DANIEL.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 

Dec.  27,  1653.  S  of  Thomas,  mercer,  deceased,  of  Lancaster. 

B.  there.  School,  Giggleswick.  Matric.  1653-4;  B.A.  1657-8; 

M.A.    1661;   B.D.   1668.    Fellow,   1660.    Signs  for  priest's 

orders  (London)  Dec.  22,  1666. 
DICKENSON,  EDMUND.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1613.    S.  of  Thomas,  of  Eton.    Matric.  1614;  B.A.  1617-8; 

M.A.  1621.  Fellow,  till  1626.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1623.  V.  of 

Minster  Lovell,  Oxon.,  1631.    R.  of  Sturminster  Marshall, 

Dorset,  1643;  sequestered,  1645-53;  according  to  Hutchins. 

(A  I.  Oxon.) 


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Dickenson,  Edmund 

DICKENSON,  EDMUND.    Adm.  sizar  at  King's,  Michs.  1615; 

B.A.   1618-9;   M.A.    1624.    R.  of  PertenhaU,  Beds.,  1633- 

53.    Buried   there   Mar.    14,    1652-3.     Father  of  Edmund 

(1650). 
DICKINSON,    EDMUND.     Matric.    pens,    from    Magdalene, 

Easter,  1641;  B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1648.  Fellow  of  Magdalene. 

See  Edward,  fellow  of  Jesus  (below). 
DICKINSON,  EDMUND.   Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1650. 

Of  Bedfordshire.  S.  of  Edmund  (1615).  Bapt.  at  PertenhaU, 

Mar.  25,  1634.    Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1656-7.    One  of  these 

names  ejected  from  Bozeat  and  Paston,  Northants.,  1662. 

(T.  P.  Dorman.) 
DICKENSON,  EDMUND.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  8, 

1682.   Of  Lincolnshire. 
DICKENSON,  EDWARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1624;  Scholar,  1627;  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  Probably  ord. 

deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  22,  1638  (B.A.). 
DICKENSON,    EDWARD.     M.A.     Intruded    feUow   of   Jesus, 

July  lo,  1648;  resigned,  1655.   Of  Lincolnshire.   He  may  be 

•Edmund,*  above.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22, 

1661.   (A.  Gray.) 
DICKINSON,  GEORGE.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1562;  B.A.  1567-8.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Apr.  16,  1568;  priest 

(Norwich)  Oct.  21,  1569.   V.  of  Buxhall,  Suffolk,  1570.   Will 

proved  (C.C.  Norwich)  Apr.  29,  1619.  (H.  F.  Waters,  Geneai. 

Gleanings,  1412.) 
DICKENSON,  GREGORY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs. 

1 61 7.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1625;  priest,  Mar.  1625-6, 

'B.A.' 
DICKINSON,  HAMILTON.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 

July  4,  1710.    S.  of  Richard,  deceased.    B.  at  Whitehaven, 

"Cumberland.  School,  Westminster.   Matric.  1710. 
DICKENSON,  HENRY.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1569.  Of  Lancashire.  B.A.  1572-3;  M..\.  1576.  Fellow,  1574. 

Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Ely)  July  5,  1579-   R-  of  Lolworth, 

Cambs.,  1580-94.   Died  1594. 
DICKINSON,  HENRY.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  July  8, 

1633.  S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  in  Eskdale,  Cumberland. 

School,  St  Bees  (Mr  Radclifie).   Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1636-7* 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1637;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1638. 

C.  of  Spixworth,  Norfolk,  1637.    V.  of  Stalham,  1640;  of 

Paston,  1646.  R.  of  Frettenham,  1659;  of  Felthorpe,  1665-7. 

He  seems  to  have  returned  to  Cumberland,  as  R.  of  Egre- 

mont,  1646-57.   (Venn,  1.  310;  B.  Nightingale.) 
DICKINSON,  HENRY.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 

June  24,  1665.  Of  Yorkshire.  School,  Scarborough.   Matric. 

1665;  B.A.  1668-9. 
DICKINSON,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  3,  1672-3. 

Readm.  FeU.-Com.  Oct.  24, 1677.  Matric.  1677-8;  LL.B.  1678. 
DICKINSON,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1577. 

DICKINSON,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  8,  1637.  Of 
London.   Matric.  1637;  Scholar,  1637;  B.A.  1640-1. 

DICKENSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1522. 

DYCKYNSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1544. 

DICONSON,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1586. 

DICKINSON,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1594;  B.A. 

1597-8;    M.A.    from    Clare,    1602.     Perhaps    ord.    deacon 

(Norwich)  Mar.  25, 1597,  age  23;  C.  of  Wells,  Norfolk;  priest, 

Mar.  25,  1598. 
DICKINSON,  JOHN.   B.A.  from  Trinity,  1595-6. 
DICKENSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  June  24, 

1608.  S.  of  Bryan,  husbandman,  of  Newton,  Lanes.  School, 

Kirkby  Lonsdale  (Mr  Hudson).  Matric.  1608.  Died  in  College. 

Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Cambridge,  Mar.  26,  1610.    {Venn, 

I.  198.) 
DICCONSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  21,  1681. 

Of  Lancashu-e.   S.  of  Thomas,  of  Ardwick.   Bapt.  Nov.  13, 

1654.   (Mumford,  Manchesttr  School.) 
DICKONSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Magdalene,  June 

24,  1704. 
DICKINSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  23,  1711. 

Of  Leicestershire.    Matric.  1710-1;  B.A.  1714-5  (ist  in  the 

ordo);   M.A.    1718.    Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)   Sept.   2T,    1718. 

Perhaps  R.  of  Oxcombe,  Lines.,  1717,  and  R.  of  Haltham- 

on-Bain,  1717. 
DICKINSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  St  John's,  June  6, 

1712.  S.  of  John,  husbandman.  B.  at  Sedbergh.  School, 
Sedbergh.  Matric.  1712;  B.A.  1715-6-  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Feb.  26,  1715-6;  priest,  July  14,  I7i7-  One  of  these  names 
V.  of  Spennithome,  Yorks.,  1720-3.   Died  1723. 

DICKINSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  3, 

1713.  Of  Northamptonshire. 


Dickenson,  Thomas 

DICKINSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  June  9, 
1719.  S.  of  John,  of  London,  mercer.  Matric.  1719;  B.A. 
1723-4;  M.A.  1730.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  8,  1723-4; 
priest,  Dec.  20,  1724.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Tottemhoe, 
Beds.,  1728-31. 

DICKINSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  1, 
1725.  S.  of  Thomas,  plumber,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Sheffield. 
School,  Sheffield  (Mr  Robinson).  Matric.  1725;  B.A.  1728-9; 
M.A.  1732.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1731;  priest 
(Ely)  June  23,  1732.  C.  of  Leverington,  Cambs.  Assistant 
Minister  at  Sheffield,  1752-66.  V.  of  Ecclesall,  Yorks., 
1752-66.   Author  and  scholar.   (Scoa-Mayor,  iii.  381.) 

DICKENSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Nov.  14, 

1738.    Of  Kellington,  Lines.    Matric.   1738;  B.A.   I742-3- 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  13,  i742- 
DICKINSON,  JOHN  MARSH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall, 

Dec.  1750.   Perhaps  s.  of  Marshe,  alderman  of  London,  and 

M.P.  for  Brackley,  Northants.  Scholar. 

DICKENSON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  6, 
1730-1.  S.  of  Samuel,  brazier.  B.  at  Newport,  Salop.  School, 
Newport  (Mr  Lea).  Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1734-5;  M.A.  1738. 
Will  (P.C.C,  1795)  of  one  of  these  names;  of  Stafford,  clerk. 

DICKINSON,  LACY.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1703.  Of 
Nottinghamshire. 

DICKINSON,  LEONARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1614;  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1621.  V. 
of  South  Newton,  Wilts.,  1630. 

DICKONSON,  OLIVER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June 
20,  1664.  S.  of  Bryan,  yeoman,  of  Newton,  Lanes.  B.  there. 
School,  Lancaster  (Mr  Holden).  Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8; 
M.A.  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1668;  priest,  1670. 

DICKANSON,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Apr.  28, 
1617.  S.  of  Thomas,  merchant,  of  Norwich.  Bapt.  at  St 
Peter  Mancroft,  Mar.  16,  1603-4.  School,  Norwich  (Mr 
Stonham).  Matric.  1617;  Scholar,  1617-24;  B.A.  1620-1; 
M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  24;  priest,  Dec.  24, 
1626. 

DICKINSON,  PICKERING.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May 
31,  1690.  ist  s.  of  William,  innkeeper,  deceased.  B.  at 
Carlton,  Notts.  School,  Newark-on-Trent  (Mr  Twelves). 
Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  19, 
1695;  priest.  May  30,  1697. 

DICKINSON,  RICHARD.  Scholar  of  Queens',  1539;  B.A. 
1541-2;  M.A.  1544;  B.D.  1549,  as  Deconson.  FeUow  of 
Queens',  1541-51.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1549.  Admen,  granted 
(V.C.C.)  1551. 

DICKINSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs. 
1621;  B.A.  1625-6.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1626.  Prob- 
ably minister  of  Bishopton,  Durham;  married  Elsie  Aire, 
at  Redmarshall,  Dec.  i,  1634.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

DICKINSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1657. 
Matric.  Easter,  1658. 

DICKINSON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  i,  1668. 
Matric.  1668;  Scholar,  1671;  B.A.  1671-2. 

DICKENSON,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Jan.  17, 
1638-9.  S.  of  John,  Head  Master  of  Bury  St  Edmunds 
School.  B.  there.  School,  Bury.   Matric.  1639. 

DICKINSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  St  John's,  May 

18,1749.  S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Salop.  B.  at  Newport.  School, 

Newport  (Mr  Lea).   Matric.  1749;  LL.B.  i755-   Ord.  deacon 

(Lichfield)  Sept.  21,  1755;  priest  (Chester)  Sept.  25,  1757. 

R.  of  Blymhill,  Staffs.,  1777-1823.  Died  there  May  22, 1823. 

Scott-Mayor,  in.  589.) 
DICKENSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1522;  B.A.   1526-7;  M.A.  1530-1  ('beneficiatus').    One  of 

these  names  R.  of  St  Mary,  Colchester,  1556-8.   Died  1558. 

Edward  Dikonson  was  ord.  deacon  (Linrxjln)  Apr.  6,  1527 

(B.A.);  priest,  June  15. 
DICKENSON,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1546;  B.A.  1550-1.    Received  the  tonsure  (London)  1554. 

Of  Brandeston,  Suffolk.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Helpston, 

Northants.,  c.  1554. 
DICKENSON,  THOMAS,    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs, 

1546;  B.A.  1552-3- 
DICKINSON,  THOMAS,    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1572;  Scholar,  1578;  B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.   One  of  these 

names  V.  of  Gillingham,  Kent,  1591-1616.    Buried  there 

Sept.  28,  1616  (Fielding).  Will  (P.C.C.)  1616. 
DICKENSON,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 

1577-8. 
DICKENSON,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 

Easter,  1582;  B.A.  from  King's,  1586-7.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  i'.^2\ 

'B.A.;  of  St  Ives,  Hunts.' 


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Dickenson,  Thomas 

DICKINSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinitv,  c.  1595,  as 

'Dickshon';  B.A.  1598-9. 
DICKENSON,  THOMAS  (1617),  see  DIXON. 
DICENSON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  King's,  1629-30;  M.A.  1637. 
DICKINSON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1662.    Of 

LincolDshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Peter,  of  Gainsborough,  deceased. 

Matric  1663.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  27,  1665. 
DICKINSON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 

Feb.  8,  1663-4.   S.  of  Thomas,  of  Cambridgeshire.    School, 

Cambridge  (Perse).    Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671. 

Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  1670;  priest,  Mar.  1671-2. 
DICKONSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  13,  1705. 

Of  Hampshire.   Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1709-10. 
DICKENSON,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Jan.  6,  1732-3. 

B.  at  Manchester.    Matric.  1733;  B.A.  1736-7;  M.A.  1740. 

R.  of  Tarvin,  Cheshire,  1746-96.  Died  June  12, 1796,  aged  82. 

WiU,  P.C.C. 
DICKONSON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Apr.  15, 

1732.   Of  West  Retford,  Notts. 
DICKONSON,  TIMOTHY.    Adm.  pens,   (age  17)  at  Trinity, 

June  29,  1728.   S.  of  Timothy,  of  Scorton,  Yorks.   School, 

Kirkleatham,   Yorks.   (Mr  Clark).    Matric.    1728;   Scholar, 

1729;  B.A.  1731-2.  V.  of  Bolton-on-Swale,  Yorks.,  1732-82. 

V.  of  Grinton,  1742-82. 
DICKONSON,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1566;  B.A.  1570-1.  Will  (P.C.C,  1615)  of  one  of  these  names ; 

of  Oundle,  Northants.,  clerk. 
DICKENSON,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter, 

i6i4;B.A.  i6i7-8;M.A.  i62i;B.D.  1634.  Ord.  priest  (York) 

1622.   Licensed  to  preach  in  the  diocese,  1622.   R.  of  Sessay, 

Yorks.,  1624.   Probably  V.  of  Rotherham,  1628.   Died  there 

1639.   {Peile,  I.  297;  Whitaker,  Due.  Lead.,  258.) 
DICKENSON,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  24, 

1615.   Matric.  1615;  Scholar;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  8;  priest.  Mar.  9,  1622-3. 

DICKENSON,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  10, 

1638. 
DICKINSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Mar. 

27,  1651.   S.  of  Thomas.   B.  at  Aldwark,  Yorks.   Schools, 

Coxwold  (Mr  Smelt)  and  Selby  (Mr  Feirth).    Matric.  1651; 

B.A.  1654. 
DICKENSON,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 

June    17,    1669.     S.   of  Thomas.     School,    Boroughbridge. 

Matric.  1669. 
DICKENSON  or  DICKONSON,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15) 

at  Pembroke,  Apr.  22,  1673.  S.  of  Peter,  of  Gainsborough, 

Lines.,  gent.   Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A.  1680.  Fellow, 

1678-90.   Died  1690. 
DICKONSON,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  6,  1699. 

B.  at  Trentham,  Staffs.  Matric.  1699. 
DICKENSON, .  M.A.  1534-5.  Incorp.  from  Oxford;  of  ten 

years'  standing  there.  B.D.  1534-5.  Perhaps  Thomas,  B.A. 

(Oxford)  1507. 

DICKLEBURGH,  RICHARD.  FeUow  of  Corpus  Christi,  in 
1402. 

DICKLING, .  Fee  for  M.A.  (or  higher  degree)  1474-5. 

DICKMAN,  EDMUND.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
Sept.  28, 1675.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Cambridge.  B.  there.  School, 
Cambridge.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683.  V.  of 
Harston,  Cambs.,  1688-1735.  V.  of  Triplow,  1690.  Buried 
at  Harston,  Sept.  29,  1735. 

DICKMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  21, 
1667.  S.  of  Francis,  yeoman,  of  Uppingham,  Rutland. 
E.  there.  School,  Uppingham.  Matric.  1667-8;  B.A.  1670-r. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  2,  1672. 

DICKMAN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  28, 
1661.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.  B.  at  Meppershall,  Beds.  Schools, 
Clifton,  Beds.  (Mr  Laurence)  and  Ketton,  Suffolk  (Mr  Bumell). 
Matric.  1662;  B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1669.  Ord.  priest  (Ely) 
Dec.  1669.  R.  of  Streethall,  Essex,  1672-1701.  R.  of  Aldham, 
1692-1701.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1703. 

DICKON, .  B.Can.L.  1478. 

DICKS,  see  DIX. 

DICKSON,  see  DIXON, 

DICUS,  JOHN.  M.A.  1618  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Matric.  from 
Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  June  19, 1610,  age  18;  B.A.  1611- 
2;  Supp.  for  M.A.  1615.  Ordered  to  officiate  at  Woodnes- 
borough,  Kent,  in  1647  by  the  Westminster  Assembly. 
Minister  at  St  Mary's,  Sandwich,  till  1649.  Buried  at  Elm- 
stead,  Essex,  Apr.  22,  1649.  {^l-  Oxon.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DIDSBURY,  GEORGE,  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1631; 
B.A.  1634-5. 


iDiGBV,  Simon 

DIER,  see  DYER. 

DIERIUS  {sic.),  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Pembroke,  Feb.  28, 
1646-7.  S.  of  Gabriel,  of  London,  clerk.  Possibly  the  admis- 
sion of  John  Duperier  (whom  see). 

DIGBY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  17,  1670 
Of  Essex.  Matrici67o;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1677.  Ord.  priest 
(London)  June  6,  1680.  R.  of  Chadwell,  Essex,  1690-1735 
Died  June  i8,  1735;  in  his  82nd  year. 

DIGBY,  EVERARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1566. 
One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  30,  1571. 

DIGBY,  EVERARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sr  John's,  Michs.  1567. 
S.  of  Kenelm,  of  Stoke  Dry,  Rutland.  B.A.  1570-1;  M.A. 
1574;  B.D.  1581.  Fellow,  1573-87;  deprived.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Apr.  20, 1576.  Probably  R.  of  Barrowden,  Rutland, 
1576.  R.  of  Glaston,  1584.  R.  of  Hamstall  Ridware,  Staffs., 
1590.  Author,  De  Arte  NcUandi,  Theoria  Analytica,  and  other 
philosophical  works.  Died  c.  1592.  (Coo^«-,  11.  146;  D.AT.B.) 

DIGBY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Jan.  29,  1606-7. 
Matric.  1607. 

DIGBY,  HUMPHREY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1555. 
Of  Lincoln  diocese.  Received  tonsure,  London,  June,  1557. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Little  Dalby,  Leics.,  1566.   (Peile,  1.  60.) 

DYGBYE,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1544. 

DIGBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Magdalene,  1595.  S.  of 
Sir  George,  of  Coleshill,  Warws.  B.  Feb.  1580.  Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  1598.  Knighted,  Mar.  8,  1605-6.  Sent  on 
several  embassies  to  Spain.  M.P.  for  Hedon,  1610.  Created 
Baron  Digby,  1618;  and  Earl  of  Bristol,  1622.  Afterwards 
fell  into  disfavour.  Went  into  exile,  1646.  Died  at  Paris, 
Jan.  16,  1652-3.  (Al.  Oxon.  assigns  him  to  Magdalen  College, 
Oxford;  D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 

DIGBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  24, 1626-7. 
S.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  Coleshill,  Warws.,  Knt.  School,  Kings- 
hurst,  Warws.  (Mr  Orton).  Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A. 
1634.  Recommended  by  the  King  for  a  fellowship  at  St 
John's,  1633.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Higham  Ferrers, 
Northants.,  1635-45;  ejected.  Brother  of  Simon  (1626-7). 
(Peile,  I.  380.) 

DIGBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1636.  Of  Essex. 

DIGBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  5, 
1646-7.  S.  of  Sir  John,  Knt.  B.  at  Mansfield  Woodhouse, 
Notts.  School,  Mansfield  (Mr  Stacy).  Matric.  1647.  Married 
Frances  Pinckney,  of  Mansfield  Woodhouse.   (Peile,  i.  511.) 

DIGBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Oct.  13,  1669. 
S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Newport,  Essex.  B.  there.  Schools, 
Bardfield  (Mr  Trot)  and  Newport  (Dr  Edwards).  Matric. 
1670;  Scholar,  1670;  B.A.  1673-4.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
June,  1674;  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  18,  1681.  Signs  as  minister 
at  Streatley,  1690-1715.  V.  of  Harlington,  Beds.,  1692-1716. 
(Venn,  i.  439.) 

DIGBY,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  May  6,  1684.  S.  of 
John,  of  Mansfield  Woodhouse,  Notts.,  Esq.  Matric.  1684. 
M.P.  for  Newark,  1705-8;  for  Retford,  1713-22. 

DIGBY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  14,  1735. 
Of  Rutland.  Matric.  1735;  LL.B.  1741.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoha)  Dec.  18, 1737;  priest,  Dec.  23, 1739.  R.  of  Thistleton, 
Rutland,  1740-54.  R.  of  Tinwall,  1754-86;  of  Barrowden, 
1754-86.  R.  of  Pilton,  1767.  Died  Apr.  23,  1786,  aged  68. 
(Blore,  Rutland,  86.) 

DIGBY,  KENELM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1552. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Old  Romney,  Kent,  1568-1603. 
Died  1603. 

DIGBY,  Sir  KENELM.  M.A.  1624;  on  the  King's  visit;  at  that 
time  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse.  S.  of  Sir  Everard,  of  Dry 
Stoke,  Rutland,  Knt.  B.  July  11,  1603.  Adm.  at  Gloucester 
Hall,  Oxford,  1618.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  11,  1619;  of 
Seton,  Rutland.  Knighted,  Oct.  28,  1623.  Commanded  a 
fleet  in  the  Levant,  1628,  where  he  took  many  prizes.  Im- 
prisoned by  the  Parliament,  1642.  Banished  to  France, 
1643-54-  One  of  the  original  members  of  the  Royal  Society. 
Distinguished  for  his  philosophical  and  scientific  writings. 
Died  in  Covent  Garden,  June  11,  1665.  Buried  in  Christ 
Church,  Newgate.   (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Rutland.) 

DIGBY,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1550. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Simon,  of  North  Luffenham.  Of  Luffenham. 
Married  Mary  Cheyney  of  Agmondesham,  Bucks.  Died  1582. 
M.I.  at  North  Luffenham.   (Nichols,  11.  261.) 

DIGBY,  ROLAND.  B.Can.L.  1515-6.  DoubUess  3rd  s.  of  Sir 
John,  of  Eye,  Leics.  R.  of  Barrowden,  Rutland.  Died  Apr. 
18,1546.  M.I.  at  Barrowden.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1546; 'of  Barrow- 
den, Rutland,  Melsonby,  Yorks.'   (Nichols,  11.  261.) 

DIGBY,  ROLAND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1547. 
Perhaps  scholar  of  Christ's,  1548-50. 

DIGBY,  SIMON.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  1598;  B.A.  1601-2. 


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DiGBY,  Simon 

DIGBY,  SIMON.    Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  24, 

1626-7.    4th  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  Knt.,  of  ColeshiU,  Warws. 

School,  Kingshurst,  Warws.  (MrOrton).  Matric.  1627.  Adm. 

at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  21,  1631.  M.P.  for  Philipstown, 

1639.   Died  c.  1645.    Brother  of  John  (1626-7).    {Peile,  i. 

380.) 
DIGBY,  SIMON.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1636,  Of 

Essex. 
DIGBY,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1577. 

Of  Leicestershire.    Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  Welby,  Leics. 

High  Sheriff,  1598.   Died  1603.   (Nichols,  11.  261.) 

DIGBY, ,  Scholar  of  Christ's,  1549-50. 

DIGGES,  DUDLEY.  M.A.  1638  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  3rd  s.  of 
Sir  Dudley,  of  Chilham,  Kent,  Knt.,  Master  of  the  Rolls. 
Matric.  from  University  College,  Oxford,  June  18,  1630, 
age  16;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Fellow  of  All  Souls',  1632. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1641.  Political  writer.  Died  at  Oxford, 
Oct.  I,  1643.  Buried  in  All  Souls'  Chapel.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1647. 
{Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Kent,  1619.) 

DIGGES,  EDWARD.  Incorp.  M.A.  1702,  from  All  Souls', 
Oxford.  S.  of  E.,  of  Chilham,  Kent,  gent.  Matric.  from 
Wadham  College,  Dec.  8,  1682,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1686; 
M.A.  1690.  Fellow  of  All  Souls'.  V.  of  Elmley,  Kent,  1699. 
R.  of  Welwyn,  Herts.,  1700.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

DYGGES  or  DEGGE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 
Easter,  1546.  Of  Leicestershire.  B.  at  Ashby  (according  to 
the  ordination  record).  B.A.  1550-1;  M.A.  1557.  FeUow  of 
St  Catharine's,  c.  1552.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1556.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  May  15,  1552;  and  again,  1557.  Identified 
by  Cooper  and  D.N.B.,  with  the  eminent  mathematician, 
and  astronomer;  but  the  county  origin  is  different. 

DYGGES,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1546. 

DIGGLE,  EDMUND.  B.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1593-4-  B-  at 
WeUs,  Norfolk,  1574.  M.A.  1597.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Peterb.)  Dec.  2,  1599.  V.  of  Sutterton,  Lines.,  1604-30. 
Will  (Lincoln  C.C.)  1630;  and  P.C.C.   Father  of  the  next. 

DIGGLE  or  DIGLY,  EDMUND.  M.A.  1637  (Incorp.  from  Ox- 
ford). S.  of  Edmund,  above,  of  Sutterton,  Lines.  Matric. 
from  Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  26,  1627,  age  17;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1629-30;  M.A.  1632;  B.D.  1640-1;  D.D.  1661. 
Fellow  of  Magdalen  College,  1631-48  (ejected);  and  1660-8. 
Treasurer  of  Lichfield,  1660-88.  Preb.  and  Archdeacon  of 
York,  1663-88.  R.  of  Slymbridge,  Dorset,  1667-88.  Preb. 
of  Ripon,  1667-88.  Died  Aug.  i,  1688,  aged  78.  Buried  at 
Slymbridge.    {Al.  Oxon.) 

DIGGLE  or  DIGGLES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Lent,  1626-7;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Chiddingford,  Surrey,  June  5,  1648-^:.  1662.  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Thorp  Mandeville,  Northants.,  1662. 

DIGGONS,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1607,  as 
Diggny.   Of  Liss.   Benefactor  to  Clare  College. 

DIGHTON  or  DEIGHTON,  'EDWARD."  Mistake  for  Everard. 
Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  July  4,  1619.  B.  in  Lincolnshire. 
S.  of  Gilbert,  V.  of  Croft,  Lines.  V.  of  East  Kirkley,  Lines., 
1626.  V.  of  Croft,  1630.  R.  of  Bucknall.  Died  c.  1677. 
Father  of  William  (1659).   {Lines.  Pedigrees.) 

DEIGHTON,  EVERARD.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1627;  M.A. 
1631.   (Perhaps  same  as  the  above.) 

DIGHTON,  JOHN.    B.A.  1526-7. 

DIGHTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1562. 

S.  of  Christopher,  of  Worcestershire.    B.A.  1567-8;  M.A. 

from  Queens',  1571.  Perhaps  preb.  of  Lincoln,  1565.  {Vis.  of 

Worcs.,  1569-) 
DIGHTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1564. 

DEIGHTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Sept.  4,  1697.  Of 
London.  School,  St  Paul's.  Scholar,  1697;  Matric.  1698; 
B.A.  1701-2;  M.A.  1705;  D.D.  1717  {Com.  Reg.).  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  June,  1704;  priest,  Dec.  22,  1706.  V.  of  Wood 
Ditton,  Cambs.,  1714-52.  R.  of  Newmarket,  1717-52.  Died 
at  Newmarket,  Oct.  6,  1752.  Admon.,  P.C.C.  (G.  Mag.) 

DIGHTON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  scholar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  19, 
1580.  Of  Hutton  Wandsley,  Yorks.  School,  York.  Matric. 
1580. 

DIGHTON,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1566. 
Ord.  priest  (Carlisle),  Oct.  8,  1570.  V.  of  Helpringham, 
Lines.,  1577.  V.  of  Horkstow,  1581.  V.  of  Hainton,  1586- 
1607. 

DIGHTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter  1573.  One  of  these  names;  born,  c.  1556;  ist  s.  of 
Edmund,  of  Sturton,  Lines.,  Esq.  Of  Sturton,  Esq.  Perhaps 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1577.  {Lines.  Pedigrees.) 

DIGHTON,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  23)  at  Magdalene,  June 
15,  1661.  S.  of  George,  of  Pudsey,  Yorks.  School,  Bradford. 
Matric.  1661.  V.  of  Stannington,  Yorks.,  1668-73. 


Dillingham,  Henry 

DIGHTON,    W.      Matric.     sizar    from    Peterhouse,    Easter, 

1586. 
DIGHTON,  WILLIAM.    B.A.   1521-2;  M.A.   1525.    Fellow  of 

Pembroke,  1525.  V.  of  Tilney,  Norfolk,  1541. 
DIGHTON,   WILLIAM.     Matric.  pens,  from   Christ's,   May, 

1550. 
DITON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1622. 
DIGHTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 

17,  1659-60.    S.  of  Everard  (above).    B.  at  Croft.    School, 

Wainfleet.    Matric.   1660;   B.A.   1663-4;   M.A.   1667.    Ord. 

priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1668.    R.  of  Donington-on-Bain, 

Lines.   R.  of  Bucknall.   Died  1702.   (Lines,  Pedigrees.) 


DIGTON, 


B.A.  1475-6. 


DEIGHTON, .    M.A.  1501. 

DIGLANDE  or  DIGLEN,  GILBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's.. 

June,i588.   Of  Warwickshire,  gent.  Migrated  to  St  Edmund's 

Hall,  Oxford,  Oct.  22,  1591,  age  21;  B.A.  from  St  Alban's 

Hall,  Oxford,  1592,  as  Diglen.    (Al.  Oxon.) 
DIGLEN,  EZECHIEL.     Adm.   at   Corpus   Christi,    1624.     Of 

Northamptonshire.    B.A.    1628;   M.A.    1632.    Ord.   deacon 

(Peterb.)  Jan.  20,  1627-8;  priest,  Oct.  21,  1628.  V.  of  Orston, 

Notts.,  1661. 

DIGON, .  Paid  fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1473-4- 

DIGULHON,  see  DEGULHON. 

DIKE,  DIKES,  see  DYKE,  DYKES. 

DILKE,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 

May  7,  1650.    S.  of  Fisher,  of  Shustoke,  Warwick.   School, 

private.    Matric.  1650.   A  strong  puritan.    Married  and  had 

issue.   Died  1701.    (Vis.  of  Warws.,  1682;  T.  A.  Walker,  90.) 
DILKES,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

I58d.    S.  of  Richard  Dilke,  of  Kirkby  Mallory,  Leics.    Of 

Maxstoke  Castle,  Warws.,  Knt.    Half-brother  of  the  next. 

(Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  1.  7.) 
DILKES,  W.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter,  1576. 

Of  Kirkby  Mallory,  Leics.;  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov. 

1584.   Died  1596.  Half-brother  of  the  above. 
DILKE,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  11,  1676, 

as  Delke;  B.A.  i68o.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  July,  1681; 

priest,  Oct.  1682.  R.  of  Bisley,  Norfolk,  1690.  R.  of  Necton, 

1693-1718.   Died  1718. 

DILKE, .    Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  16,  1576-7- 

DILLAKER,  see  also  DELACRE. 

DILLAKER   or   DELACRE,    EDV/ARD.     Matric.    pens,    from 

Trinity,  Michs.  1601;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.   Incorp.  at 

Oxford,  1611.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  July  11;  priest,  Sept. 

19,  1613.  C.  of  Wilburton,  Cambs.,  1614.   R.  of  Houghton, 

Hunts.,  1618-42;  deprived. 
DILLAKER,  ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1601. 
DILLAN  or  DILLAND,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi, 

1584.    Of  Norfolk.    Matric.  1584;  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592- 

Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  20,  1613-4,  as  Dillon. 
DILLINGHAM,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  2, 

1651.    S.  of   Thomas  (1609),   R.   of  Barnwell,  Northants. 

School,  Oundle;  adm.  there,  1644,  age  9.  Matric.  1653;  B.A. 

1654-5;  M.A.  1658.    Fellow,  1657-    V.  of  Oundle,  1663-79. 

Buried  there  Nov.  15,  1679.  Father  of  the  next. 
DILLINGHAM,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  26, 

1679.   Of  Northamptonshire.   S.  of  Benjamin  (above),  V.  of 

Oundle.  Bapt.  there,  Aug.  16,  1663.  Adm.  at  Oundle  School, 

Dec.  9,  1670,  age  7.   Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1683-4.  Ord.  priest 

(Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1694.  R.  of  Stretton,  Rutland,  1699-1719- 

Died  1719.   (Rutland  Mag.,  i.  109.) 
DILLINGHAM,  FRANCIS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June, 

1583.    B.  at  Deane,  Beds.    B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590;  B.D. 

1599.   Fellow,  1594-1601.   Ord.  priest  by  Bishop  of  Lincoln. 

R.  of  Wilden,  Beds.,  1600-25.  One  of  the  translators  of  the 

Authorized  Version  of  the  Bible,  1611.   Buried  at  Wilden, 

Feb.  24,  1624-5.  WiU  (Lincoln  C.C.)  1625.  (D.N.B.;  Peile,  i. 

I75-) 
DILLINGHAM,  GILBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  June, 

1585;  B.A.  1588-9;  M..\.  1592.   R.  of  Sandon,  Essex,  1601. 

R.  of  St  Giles-in-the-Fields,  London,  1635-    Died  same  year. 

Will  proved  (Consist.  C.  London)  Dec.  15,  1635-    Probably 

father  of  Samuel  (1624),  Henry  (1625)  and  WiUiam  (1628). 

(F.  C.  Cass,  Monken  Hadley.) 
DILLINGHAM,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May, 

1570;   B.A.   1574-5;   M.A.   1578.    Ord.  deacon  and  pnest 

(Lincoln)  Apr.  1581.    R.  of  Cotesbach,  Leics.,  1581.    Died 

there  Dec.  1625. 
DILLINGHAM,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter, 

1625    Probably  2nd  s.  of  GUbert  (1585)-  Matric.  1625;  B.A. 

1629-30;  M.A.  1633. 


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DILLINGHAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Sidney,  Sept.  i, 
1631.  S.  of  Thomas  (1585),  R.  of  Deane,  Beds.  Bapt.  there, 
Oct.  9,  1614.  School,  Deane  (Mr  Kemp).  Matric.  1631;  B.A. 
1635-6;  M.A.  1639;  B.D.  1646.  Fellow.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1657.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18,  1641.  Brother  of 
Theophilus  (1629). 

DILLINGHAM,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1624.  S.  of  Gilbert  (1585),  R.  of  Sandon>  Essex.  Matric. 
1624;  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  R.  of  St  Pancras,  Soper  Lane, 
London,  1662-72.  R.  of  Monken  Hadley,  Middlesex,  1669-72. 
Buried  July  2,  1672,  at  Hadley.  (F.  C.  Cass,  Monken 
Hadley.) 

DILLINGHAM,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  10, 
1642-3.  Of  Northamptonshire.  S.  of  Thomas  (1609),  who 
makes  a  bequest  for  his  maintenance  at  Cambridge.  Matric. 
1643;  B.A.  1646-7;  M.A.  1650.  Brother  of  Benjamin  (1651) 
and  William  (1636). 

DILLINGHAM,  THEOPHILUS.  Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  13, 
1629.  S.  of  Thomas  (1585),  R.  of  Deane,  Beds.  Bapt.  there, 
Oct.  18,  1612.  School,  Upper  Deane.  Matric.  1629;  B.A. 
1633-4;  M.A.  1637;  B.D.  from  Sidney,  1644;  D.D.  from  Clare, 
1655.  Fellow  of  Sidney,  1638.  Master  of  Clare,  1654-60  and 
1661-78.  Vice-Chancellor,  1655-6,  1656-7,  1662.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  10, 1638-9.  R.  of  OffordCluny,  Hunts., 
1654-78.  Preb.  of  York,  1662.  Archdeacon  of  Bedford, 
1667-78.  Died  in  Cambridge,  Nov.  22,  1678.  Buried  in 
St  Edward's.  M.I.  there.  WiU  (V.C.C.)  1678.  Brother  of 
John  (1631),  father  of  Thomas  (1677).   (D.N.B.) 

DILLINGHAM,  THEOPHILUS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  31, 
1720.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727. 
Fellow,  1726-30.  Grandson  of  the  Master.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Apr.  3,  1721;  s.  and  h.  of  Theophilus,  woollen  draper, 
of  London.  Buried  at  Hampton,  Middlesex,  1743.  (One  of 
these  names,  of  Hampton,  Middlesex,  died  May  26,  1769; 
age  93;  probably  the  father.)   (G.  Mag.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DILLINGHAM,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter, 
1585;  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Oct. 
19;  priest,  Oct.  27,  1594.  Signs  as  minister  of  Deane,  Beds., 
1603-32.  Buried  there  Dec.  10,  1647.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1648. 
Father  of  John  (1631)  and  Theophilus  (1629).  (W.  M.Noble.) 

DILLINGHAM,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1609;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1616.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  16;  priest,  Mar.  17,  1616-7.  R.  of 
Barnwell  All  Saints',  Northants.,  1618;  and  of  Barnwell 
St  Andrew,  1639.  WUl  (P.C.C.)  1647.  Father  of  WiUiam 
(1636),  Benjamin  and  Samuel  (1642).  (Peile,  i.  272;  Nichols, 
IV.  615;  J.  H.  Hill,  Langton.) 

DILLINGHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  27, 
1641.    Matric.  1641. 

DILLINGHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  25, 
1648.  Of  London.  Matric.  1648;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655. 
Doubtless  s.  of  WUliam  (1617),  R.  of  St  Dunstan-in-the- 
West,  London;  adm.  at  Oundle  School,  Aug.  9,  1641,  age  12. 
R.  of  Barnwell  All  Saints',  Northants.,  1658-1702.  Buried 
there  Sept.  26, 1702,  aged  72.  M.I.  Fatherof  William  (1677). 
{Nichols,  IV.  615;  Bridges,  11.  214.) 

DILLINGHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Sept.  14,  1677. 
S.  of  Theophilus  (1629),  master  of  Clare.  Of  Much  Hadham, 
Herts.  School,  Oundle.  Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A. 
1685.  Fellow,  1683-1722.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1693.  Senior 
Proctor,  1719-20.  Taxor,  1703.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  4, 
1704-5;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1705.  V.  of  Everton,  Beds.,  with 
Tetworth,  Hunts.,  1705-22.  Died  in  College,  Dec.  19,  1722. 
M.I.  at  St  Edward's,  Cambridge.  {Al.  Oxon.  seems  to  confuse 
him  with  the  next.) 

DILLINGHAM,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  16, 
1678.  S.  of  WilUam  (1636),  D.D.,  of  Odell,  Beds.  B.  in 
Cambridge.  Adm.  at  Oundle  School,  Apr.  26,  1675,  age  15. 
Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685.  R.  of  Harrington, 
Lines.,  1699.  R.  of  Barnwell  All  Saints',  Northants.,  1702. 
Buried  at  Barnwell,  Aug.  20,  1704,  aged  46.  M.I.  there. 
{Bridges,  11.  214-5;  J.  H.  Hill,  Langton,  47.) 

DILLINGHAM,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May, 
1576;  B.A.  1579-80.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Apr., 
1582.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C)  1621;  'of  Cranford, 
Northants.,  clerk.'   Instituted,  1583. 

DILLINGHAM,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July, 
1617;  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
19;  priest.  Sept.  20,  1624.  Perhaps  R.  of  Barton  Seagrave, 
Northants.  Buried  Jan.  29, 1646-7.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1647.  Uncle 
of  WiUiam  (1636).    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DILLINGHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  1628. 
Probably  s.  of  Gilbert  (1585).  Matric.  1628:  B.A.  1631-2. 
(F.  C.  Cass,  Monken  Hadley.) 

DILLINGHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  22, 
1636.  S.  of  Thomas  (1609),  R.  of  Barnwell,  Northants. 
School,  Oundle.    Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643; 


Dineley,  Nicholas 

B.D.  1650;  D.D.  1655.  Fellow,  1642.  Master,  1653-62 
(deprived).  Vice-Chancellor,  1659.  Retired  to  Oundle, 
1662-72.  R.  of  Odell,  Beds.,  1672-89.  Latin  poet  and 
controversialist.  Buried  at  Odell,  Nov.  28,  1689  Father  of 
Thomas  (1678).  [D.N.B.;  Emmanuel  Coll.  Hist.) 
DILLINGHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  14 
1677.  ist  s.  of  Thomas  (1648),  R.  of  BamweU  All  Saints'' 
Northants.  Adm.  at  Oundle  School,  Feb.  28,  1671-2,  age  12. 

DILLON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  2a  i-jos 
Matric.  1595.  ■*  ^'    ^^^' 

DILWORTH,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  16, 
1620.  S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Lancashire.  School, 
Blackburn  (Mr  Collinson).  Matric.  1620;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A. 
1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  13,  1624-5;  priest,  Sept. 
24,  1626.  R.  of  Thrigby,  Norfolk,  1649;  when  he  signed 
Bishop  Hall's  subscription  book,  Apr.  20,  1649.  Buried 
Sept.  29, 1652.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1653.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1629). 
{Venn,  i.  249.) 

DILWORTH,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1602; 
B.A.  1606-7;  M.A.  1610.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  11; 
priest,  Sept.  24,  1609.  V.  of  Tottemhoe,  Beds.,  1609-13. 
Buried  there  Mar.  24,  1612-3.   (W.  M.  Noble.) 

DILWORTH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  18, 
1629.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  in  Chipping,  Lancaster.  School, 
Blackburn  (Mr  Halstead).  Matric.  1629.  Brother  of  James 
(1620). 

DIMBLEBY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1705.  Of 
Surrey.   Matric.  1705-6;  B.A.  1709-10;  M.A.  1713. 

DIMBLEBY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  June, 
1584.  Probably  of  Northamptonshire.  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A. 
1591.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Aug.  5,  1592.  V.  of 
Kingston  by  Lewes,  Sussex,  1611-39.  Buried  there  May  16, 
1639.   Will  at  Lewes.   (W.  C.  Harrison.) 

DIMOCK,  see  DYMOCKE. 

DIMOND  or  DYMAN,  PETER,  see  DEYMAN. 

DYMOND,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  12, 
1677.  S.  of  James,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 

DYMOND,  TRISTRAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1605; 
B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  23, 
1610.  Perhaps  V.  of  Foleshill,  Warws.,  1612-62;  ejected. 
Marriage  license  (Archd.  Hunts.,  July  13,  1614);  Tristram 
Diamond,  clerk,  of  Bluntisham,  and  Helen  Edgar,  of  St  Ives. 
{Calamy,  11.  487.) 

DIMOND,  TRISTRAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1608;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept. 
20;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1618. 

DIMOND,  TRISTRAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1621. 

DIMOND,  TRISTRAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  29, 
1634.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.B. 
1642. 

DIMOND,  WILLIAM  (1632),  see  DEYMAN. 

DIMSDALE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1566.  S.  of  John, 
merchant,  of  Lynn,  Norfolk.  B.A.  1569-70.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1573,  as 'Thomas.'  M.A.  (Oxford)  1573.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  June  11,  1568.  R.  of  Gaywood,  Norfolk,  1577-8, 
when  he  died.   {Venn,  i.  67.) 

DIMSDALE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1560. 

DIMSDALL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  5, 
1678-9.  Matric.  1679;  M.B.  1684;  M.D.  1696.  Died  Jan  7 
1724-5,  aged  65.   M.I.  at  All  Saints',  Hertford. 

DINELEY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  June  6, 
1649.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Richmond,  Yorks.  School, 
Richmond  (Mr  Parvin).   Matric.  1649. 

DINELIE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Nov.  rS, 
1583.  Eldest  s.  of  William,  gent,  of  Swillington.  Matric. 
1583.  One  of  a  family  of  Popish  recusants.  Probably  admon. 
(York)  1629;  of  Whitwell.   {Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1585.) 

DINLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1606;  B.A. 
1609-10;  M.A.  1613.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1614,  as  Dyneley. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1615,  as  M.A.  of  Christ's. 
Gave  ;£20  to  the  new  buildings  at  Christ's.  Peile  (i.  258) 
assumes  his  identity  with  the  secretary  to  the  Queen  of 
Bohemia;  who  was  knighted  July  31,  1615,  and  died  at 
Richmond,  Surrey,  Dec.  1671.  He  was  of  Oxford.  {Al.Oxon.) 

DYNELEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  21,  1736-7.  Of 
Bramhope,  Yorks.  S.  and  h.  of  John,  of  Bramhope,  Esq. 
Matric.  1737;  Scholar.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  26,  1738. 
Died  s.p.  Mar.  17,  1767.   Will,  York.   (A.  Gray.) 

DINELEY,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  9, 
1637-8.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1637-8;  B.A.  1641-3. 
Probably  the  'minister  of  God's  Word  at  Kingston,  Kent' 
mentioned  in  the  will  of  his  'cozen'  John  (P.C.C;  1668). 


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DYNELEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  21, 
1716.  2nd  s.  of  John,  Esq.,  deceased.  B.  at  Bramhope, 
Yorks.  Schools,  Bradford  and  York.  Matnc.  1716;  B.A. 
I72I-2'  M  A.  1727.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar.  1722-3.  V.  ot 
Bramhope,  Yorks.,  1728-40.  Buried  there  Jan.  14,  1747- 
DINELEY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1605. 

Of  Kent.   Ma  trie.  1607. 
DINGE  or  DYNNS,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 

1608. 

DINGLEY,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  E^ter  1682 ; 

R  A    I68S-6-  M  A.  1601.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  John,  of 

C^ibert  (imwaUVderk.  matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford, 

Apr    22    1684,  age  18.    No  degree  there.    WiUo    James 

Wngly,  clerk,  of  South  Petherwin,  Devon,  proved  (Exeter) 

1695.    {Al.  Oxon.) 

DINGLEY,  THOMAS.    B.A.  1608  (Incorp.  fr°?i  O^^"^^-    ^* 

Worcestershire.    Perhaps  s.  of  Francis,  of  Charlton,  Worcs. 

Matri?1rom  St  JohnI  CoUege    Oxford,  Max.  ^8.^/604-5 

age  i8-  B.A.  1608;  B.C.L.  from  All  Souls  ,  1614.  R-  of  Monks 

trough.  Bucks.,  1618-24-   Died  1624.    {Al.  Oxon.;  Vts. 

of  Worcs.,  1569.) 

DINGLEY    WILLLAM.     Fellow  of   Peterhouse,    i393-     "rd. 

""'  deacon"  (iiy)  Mar.  14,  X393-4;  Pf^Y^-^trT^-   P^"°"' 

till  1433,  and  perhaps  till  1442-  (T-  A.  Walker.) 
DINGLEY,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1515-6;  Scholar  or  feUow  of  King's 
Hall   1516-28.  One  of  these  names  was  R.  of  Stow-on-the- 
Wold    Gloucs..   1532;   non-resident    in   I55i;   'he  hath   4 
benefices.'  (Bishops  Visitation;  F.  S.  Hockaday.) 
DINGLEY,  WILLIAM.  Matric  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1623; 

B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627. 
DINGLEY.  WILLIAM,  Incorp.  M.A.  1679.  from  New  College, 
Oxford  S  of  John,  of  the  Isle  of  Wight,  gent.  Matnc.  from 
Sart  HaU;Dec.  8,  ^665;  B.A.  from  New  College.  1671;  MA 
7674-5.  Proctor,  1682.  V.  of  Chesterton,  Oxon.,  1678.  The 
Winchester  scholar,  who  died  1683.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
DINHAM,  see  also  DENHAM. 

DINHAM  or  DENHAM,  GEORGE.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1654; 
anrUcensed  to  practise  medicine  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  Francis,  of  Allington,  Kent.  B.A.  of  Magdalen  CoUege, 
Oxford,    1642.     Practised   medicme   at   Stamford,   Lines. 
Will  (PCC)   1701;  of  Stamford,  M.D.    Father  of  Henry 
(next)  and  John  (i677)-  (Jewitt's  Reliq.,  xxiv.  75-) 
DINHAM  or  DENHAM,  HENRY.    Adm.  ^t  St  Catharine's, 
Nov  29,1683.  Probably  5th  s.  of  George  (1654),  of  Stamford, 
Lines.,  M.D.  Living  in  1694-  Brotherof  John  (r677).  (Lines. 
Pedigrees.) 
DINHAM  or  DENHAM,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  St  Catharine  s,  Apr. 
18,  1677.   S.  of  George  (1654),  of  Stamford   Lines.,  doctor. 
MA   1679.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  CoUege,  Oxford,  Nov.  15, 
1672,  age  18.    Chorister  there.    B.A.  1676.    Buned  at  A^l 
SaLts',  Stamford,  Dec.  27, 1682.    Brother  of  Henry  (1683). 
(Lines.  Pedigrees,  ii99-) 
DINHAM,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  12, 
I7I2     S    of  Samuel,  M.D.    B.  at  Stamford,  Lmcs    School, 
Stanford  (Mr  Turner).   Probably  adm.  at  Leyden,  Sept.  17, 
I7I5    Of  Spalding  and  Stamford,  M.D.   Buried  at  Spalding, 
May  21,  1752.    Father  of  the  next,  and  of  Samuel  (1742)- 
(Lines.  Pedigrees,  ii99-) 
DINHAM  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  7,  i743-  S.  of 
John,  above,  M.D.,  of  Spalding.    Bapt.  Sept.   24,   1725 
School.  Eton.   Matric.  1743;  B.A.  1746-7;  M.A   i750.   Ord. 
deacon  (Rochester)  Mar.  6,  1746-7;  pnest  (Lincohi)  Sept  24, 
1749.   P.C.  of  Spalding.  Died  Apr.  2,  1782.  Brother  of  the 
next.    (Lines.  Pedigrees,  1199.) 
DINHAM,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  3. 
17.12     S    of  John  (1712),  of  Lincolnshire.    B.  at  Spalding. 
Scho;Dl,  Eton.    Matric.    1743-    Of  Spalding,   M.D.    Buned 
there  Apr.    12,   1761.    Brother  of  John,   above.    (Lines. 
Pedigrees.) 
DINNE,  see  DYNNE. 
DINNEY,  JOHN.   B.A.  1504-5- 

DINSDALL,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1683.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7.  Ord.  priest  (York) 
May  1700.  V.  of  Kinoulton,  Notts.,  in  1706.  Manned  Hannah 
Birch,  of  St  Mary,  Nottingham,  Jan.  2,  1704-5-  (Godfrey, 
Notts.) 
DIODATI.  CHARLES.  M.A.  1629  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Theodore,  of  London,  M.D.  Matric.  from  Tnmty  CoUege, 
Oxford,  Feb.  7,  1621-2,  age  13;  B.A.  1625;  M.A  1628. 
Practised  physic;  first  at  Chester,  afterwards  m  Blackfnars. 
Lifelong  friend  of  Milton,  with  whom  he  had  been  at  school 
at  St  Paul's.  Buried  at  St  Anne's,  Blackfnars,  Aug.  27, 1638. 
(D.N.B.) 

DIONYSIUS, .   Augustinian  friar.   D.D.  1472-3- 

DIOS,  see  DEIOS. 


DiSNEY,  GeRVASE 

DIPDEN,  GEORGE  (1632),  see  DEPDEN. 

DIPTFORD,  THOMAS.  Adm  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  30, 
1627.  Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Jacobstow,  ComwaU.  WiU  (Exeter)  1640. 

DIRE  (?),  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1596. 

DISBEROWE  or  DUISBURGH,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17) 
at  Caius,  Sept.  8,  1586.  S.  of  Anthony,  of  Chevington, 
Suffolk.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1586;  Scholar,  1586-92; 
B.A.  1590-1;  M.A.  1594;  B.D.  1610.  FeUow,  1592-1615. 
Proctor,  1608.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  1596.  R.  of 
Risby,  Suffolk,  1613-40.   Father  of  OUver  (1641).   (Venn,  i. 

128.) 

DISBOROUGH,  BRUNO.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1623.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  Migrated  to  Queens',  1626.  B.A. 

1626-7;  M.A.  1630.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  13;  priest, 

June  14,  1630.    P.C.  of  St  James,  Duke's  Place,  London, 

1640,  tiU  perhaps  1658. 

DISBOROUGH,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  c.  1592 

DISBOROWE,  HENRY.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1571;  Scholar,  1575;  B.A.  1576-7-  R-  of  Boughton  Monchel- 

sey,  Kent,  1585. 

DISBOROUGH,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  31,  1645. 

Of  Cambridgeshire.   Perhaps  same  as  the  next. 
DISBROWE,  JAMES.    M.A.   1675   (LU.  Reg.).    Perhaps  s.  of 
Samuel,  of  Elsworth,  Cambs.    M.D.  of  Stepney,  Middlesex 
and  of  Elsworth,  Cambs.  WiU  dated  Nov.  26,  1690.  Another 
of  these  names,  clerk,  buried  at  Eltisley,  Cambs.,  Dec.  25, 
1703.  Cousin  of  James,  M.D.  (Munk,  1.  477;  H.  F.  Waters, 
Geneal.  Gleanings,  l.  244.) 
DISBOROWE,  JOHN.   Scholar  of  Trinity,  1562;  B.A.  1564-5; 
M.A.  1568.  Master  of  Saffron  Walden  School,   1573-1607. 
Buried  there  Dec.  5,  1607. 
DISBOROUGH,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 

1587.   Of  Essex. 
DESBOROUGH,  NATHANIEI-.   Adm.  pens,  at  Christ's,  Sept, 
12,  1626.  S.  of  James,  of  Eltisley,  Cambs.  School,  St  Ives. 
Matric.  1626;  B.A.  1630-1.    (Peile,  I.  377.) 
DESBOROUGH,  NICHOLAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 

Easter,  1627. 
DISBEROWE  or  DUISBOROUGH,  OLIVER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15) 
at  Caius,  July  6,  1641.  S.  of  Anthony  (1586),  B.D.  B.  at 
Risby,  SufioUi.  Bapt.  there,  July  18,  1626.  School,  Bury. 
Readm.  as  pens.  Dec.  24,  1641.  Matric.  1641;  Scholar,  1642- 
7  B.A.  1644-5.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  14,  1658.  WiU 
(P.C.C.)  1659;  leaves  lands  in  StradishaU,  SuffoUc.  (Venn,  1. 
345.) 

DESBOROW, .  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  1656.  Perhaps 

James  Desborowe,  '2nd  s.  of  Right  Honorable  John  Lord 
Desborowe,'  who  was  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  July  8,  1658. 

DESBROW, .  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1664. 

DISCIPLINE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1618.    Of  NorfoUi.   B.A.  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.    FeUow,  1624, 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  21;  priest,  Feb.  22,  1629-30.   R, 
of  Anmer,  Norfolk,  1662. 
DISCIPLINE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  13, 
1715.    S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Burnham  Overy,  Norfolk. 
B.  at  Stanhoe.  School,  Walsingham  (Mr  Harding).  Scholar, 
1715-20;  Matric.  1716;  LL.B.  1720.   Of  Bury  St  Edmunds, 
gent.  J.P.  for  SuffoUi.  Buried  at  Pakenham,  Apr.  21,  1752. 
(Venn,  II.  4.) 
DISEROTUS,  ISAAC.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  30)  at  Trinity, 
May  6,  1698,  from  the  University  of  Saumur.  S.  of  Isaac,  of 
'  Grolais,  Beauamais.'  Perhaps  matric.  from  BaUiol  CoUege, 
Oxford,  Apr.  9,  1690,  age  18,  as  Isaac  Dismaritz,  s.  of  Isaac, 
of  Middlesex;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1693.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
DISHER,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1507-8;  M.A.  1511. 
DISSHER,  ROBERT,    Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1570. 
Matric.  1572. 

DISHFIELD, .   B.A.  1494-5- 

DISNEY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  i575. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Carlton,  Lines.  Died  Sept.  7,  i595, 
aged  40.  (Hutchins,  Dorset,  I.  100.) 
DISNEY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  10,  1647; 
Of  London.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Corpus  Chnsti 
CoUege,  Mar.  15,  1650-1;  B.A.  1651.  Incorp.  at  Cambndge, 
1654.  (.4/.  Oxon.) 
DISNEY,  GERVASE.  Adm.  sLzar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  May  9, 
1728.  6th  s.  of  John  (1720),  V.  of  St  Mary's,  Nottingham, 
B  Aug.  18,  1709.  School,  Nottingham.  Matric.  1728;  M.B, 
1734.  Adm.  at  Leyden,  June  9,  1732.  Of  Pontefract,  Yorks. 
Married,  at  St  Mary's,  Nottingham,  May  20,  1736,  Mary 
Thorpe.  Died  at  Pontefract,  Nov.  4.  i786.  Buned  there. 
Brother  of  Henry  (i73o),  John  {1716)  and  Samuel  (1724)' 
(Lines.  Pedigrees,  310.) 

44 


Disney,  Henry 

DISNEY,  HENRY.  Adra.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1719. 
Probably  s.  of  Matthew,  clerk.  B.  at  Bletchley,  Bucks. 
Ma  trie.  1720.  Died  in  College,  1720,  of  small-pox.  {Harw'ood.) 

DISNEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Dec.  13,  1720.  Of 
Lincohishire.  2nd  s.  of  John  (1720),  V.  of  St  Mary's,  Notting- 
ham. Matric.  1721.  Migrated  to  Magdalene,  Mar.  23,  1721-2. 
M.S.  1727.  Probably  adm.  at  Leyden,  Aug.  5,  1727.  Of 
Newark-on-Trent,  Notts.  Died  Nov.  4,  1760.  Brother  of 
Gervase  (1728),  John  (1716)  and  Samuel  (1724)-  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  311;  Essex  Pedigrees.) 

DISNYE,  HUMPHRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1548. 
Probably  s.  of  Richard,  of  Norton  Disney,  Lines.  Died 
without  issue.  Brother  of  the  next.  (Peile,  i.  44;  Lines. 
Pedigrees,  306.) 

DISNYE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1548. 
Probably  s.  of  Richard,  of  Norton  Disney,  Lines.  Brother  of 
Humphrey  (above). 

DISNEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  Dec.  i, 
1716.  ist  s.  of  John  (1720).  B.atLincoln.  School,  Lincoln. 
Matric.  1717.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  7,  1719. 
J.P.  for  Lines,  and  Notts.  Sheriff  of  Notts.,  1733.  OfSwinder- 
by,  Esq.  Died  at  Lincoln,  Nov.  26,  1771.  Brother  of  Gervase 
(1728),  Henry  (1720)  and  Samuel  (1724).  (Lines.  Pedigrees, 
312.) 

DISNEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  40)  (stc)  at  Magdalene, 
Nov.  29,  1720.  S.  of  Daniel,  of  Swinderby,  Lines.,  Esq.  B. 
atLincoln,Dec.  26, 1677.  M.A.  1728  (Cow.  iJeg.).  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  1719. 
V.  of  Croft,  and  Kirkby-on-Bain,  Lines.  V.  of  St  Mary's, 
Nottingham,  1723-30.  Author.  Buried  at  Nottingham, 
Feb.  6, 1729-30.  M.I.  at  Wakefield.  Fatherof  Gervase  (1728), 
Henry  (1720),  John  (1716)  and  Samuel  (1724)-  (D.N.B.; 
Hutchins,  Dorset,  11.  100.) 

DISNEY,  JOSEPH.  M.A.  from  King's,  1724.  S.  of  Matthew, 
R.  of  Bletchley,  Bucks.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford, 
Jan.  19,  1713-4,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1717.  C.  of  Lambeth, 
1722-5.  V.  of  Cranbrook,  Kent,  1725-77.  V.  of  Appledore, 
1726-77.  Married,  1727,  Ann  Ross,  of  Biddenden,  Kent. 
Died  Aug.  3,  1777.  M.I.  at  Appledore.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
1778.  Fatherof  William  (1749).  (Al.Oxon.;  Lines.  Pedigrees; 
H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DISNEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1724.  4th  s.  of 
John  (1720),  V.  of  St  Mary's,  Nottingham.  B.  in  Lincoln, 
1705.  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1727-8;  M.A.  I73i.  Fellow,  1729- 
32.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.  Litt.  dim.  from  York)  Sept.  22, 1728; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  21,  1729.  Cambden  lecturer  at  Wake- 
field Parish  Church,  Yorks.  Died  July  22,  1741,  aged  36. 
M.I.  at  Wakefield.  Brother  of  Gervase  (1728),  Henry  (1720) 
and  John  (1716).   {Lines.  Pedigrees,  311;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DISNEY,  SIRAC.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1561,  as 
'Daysine,'  resident,  Aug.  1564.  Doubtless  Sirach,  4th  s.  of 
Richard,  of  Norton  Disney,  Lines.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
Mar.  6,  1567-8.  Married  Bridget,  dau.  of  Richard  Skepper, 
Esq.,  of  East  Kirby.  Brother  of  Zachary  (1561).  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  306.) 

DISNEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  16,  1637. 
Matric.  1637.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of 
Hinckley,  Leics.,  Esq.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  2,  1639. 

DISNEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  27,  1638; 
Scholar,  1641;  B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  1646.  Fellow,  1645-62; 
Vice-Master,  1654-5.  Senior  Proctor,  1655-6. 

DISNEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Jan.  26,  i749- 
S.  of  Joseph  (1724),  V.  of  Cranbrook,  Kent.  B.  Sept.  29, 
1731.  School,  Merchant  Taylors',  London.  Matric.  1749; 
Scholar,  1749;  B.A.  1753  (Senior  Wrangler);  M.A.  1756; 
B.D.  1768;  D.D.  1789.  Fellow,  1754.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Dec.  22,  1754;  priest,  Feb.  19,  1757-8.  Regius  Professor  of 
Hebrew,  1757-71.  R.  of  Paston,  Northants.,  1771-7.  V.  of 
Pluckley,  Kent,  1777-1807.  Died  there  Mar.  28,  1807. 
(D.N.B.;  Lines.  Pedigrees.) 

DISNEY,  ZACHARY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1561,  as 
'Daysine.'  Resident  Aug.  1564.  3rd  s.  of  Richard,  of  Norton 
Disney,  Lines.  Died  young.  Brother  of  Sirac  (1561).  (Lines. 
Pedigrees,  306;  Hutehins,  11.  99.) 

DISON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  i,  1667. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Leeds.  School,  Leeds.  Matric.  1667;  B.A. 
1670-1;  M.A.  1674.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1671;  priest, 
May,  1692.  Doubtless  the  man  of  these  names,  schoolmaster 
of  Drighlington  for  24  years;  buried  at  Birstal,  Nov.  2,  1701. 
(Peile,  II.  10.) 

DISON  or  DYZON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1567;  Scholar,  1570;  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  i575- 
Master  of  Southwell  Grammar  School,  c.  1589. 

DISSE,  JOHN.  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1399.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Melton  by  Woodbridge,  Suffolk,  1420.  Buried  in  the  Priory 
there,  and  left  benefactions  to  the  Church  of  Diss,  Norfolk. 
(Masters.) 


Dix,  Maurice 

DISSE,  THOMAS.  Franciscan  friar.  B.D.  1532-3;  D.D.  1535-6. 
Warden  of  the  Cambridge  House.  V.  of  Necton,  Norfolk, 
1546.  V.ofSwaffham,  1554.  R.  of  Bradwell,  Suffolk,  1554-7. 
R.  of  Southery,  Norfolk,  1557-9.  Died  1559. 

DISS,  WALTER.  Carmelite  friar.  D.D.  of  Cambridge.  Papal 
legate  to  Pope  Urban  VI.  Prior  of  Carmelite  Friary  at 
Norwich,  1376.  Theological  author.  Died  Aug.  22,  14.04 
(D.N.B.;  Pits;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DYSSE, .   Friar.   D.D.  1469-70. 

DISTER,  see  DYSTER. 

DISTING,  TIMOTHY.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  July  14, 1607,  as  'M.A. 
of  Cambridge.'  No  such  degree  found. 

DITCHELL,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Caius,  June  30, 
1641.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Little  Walsingham,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.   Matric.  1641;  Scholar,  1643-5;  B.A.  1644-5. 

DITCHFIELD,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  12, 
1619.  S.  and  h.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of  St  Mary  Woolchurch, 
London.  Matric.  1619;  B.A.  1622-3.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  July,  1623;  and  perhaps  at  Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  5, 
1628-9. 

DICHFIELD,  JOHN.  Incorp.  M.A.  1664,  from  Trinity  CoUege, 
Oxford.  Matric.  there.  May  12,  1651;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1654-5; 
M.A.  1657.  R.  of  Grove,  Bucks.,  1674.  V.  of  Wingrave,  1678. 
(Al.  Oxon.) 

DITCHFIELD,  ROBERT.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1674.  Matric. 
from  St  Mary's  HaU,  Oxford,  July  2,  1658;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1662.  V.  of  Garstang,  Lanes.,  1663.  Will  (Axchd.  Richmond) 
1683.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

DITTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  July  4, 1733. 
S.  of  Humphrey,  gent.  B.  in  London.  School,  Christ's 
Hospital.  Matric.  1733;  B.A.  1736-7.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
May  28, 1738.  Lecturer,  for  35  years,  at  St  Mary's,  Islington; 
where  he  died  Mar.  16,  1776.  M.I.  there.  The  father  (for 
whom  see  D.N.B.)  was  mathematical  master  at  Christ's 
Hospital;  and  Presbyterian  minister  at  Tunbridge  Wells. 
(A.  W.  Loekhart;  Nelson,  Islington,  322.) 

DYTTON,  RICHARD  (or  HENRY).  Scholar  at  King's  Hall, 
1328.   Henry  de  Ditton  died  Aug.  15,  133 1. 

DIVE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1559.  One  of 
these  names  of  Ridlington  Park,  Rutland,  gent.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1601.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DIX,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  31,  1737. 
S.  of  Charles.  B.  at  Norwich.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Redding- 
ton).  Matric.  1737;  Scholar,  1737;  B.A.  1740-1;  M.A.  1744. 
Fellow,  1742-52.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Feb.  19,  1742-3. 
R.  of  Gateley,  Norfolk,  1751-1801.  R.  of  Little  Ringstead, 
1 75 1.  Died  May  i,  1801,  at  Bath.  M.I.  at  Brisley.  Will, 
P.C.C.  {Peile,  11.  234.) 

DIXE,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1555- 

DICKS,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1629. 
Of  Northamptonshire.   B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636. 

DIX,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1570.  Of  Norwich. 
Matric.  Easter,  1575;  B.A.  1577-8;  M.A.  1581;  B.D.  1588; 
D.D.  1598.  Fellow,  1580-gi.  University  preacher,  1588. 
Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1580.  R.  of 
St  Bartholomew  Exchange,  London,  1591.  Preb.  of  Bristol, 
1596.  R.  of  St  Andrew  Undershaft,  1597-1613.  Sub-almoner 
to  the  Queen.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1599-1613.  Died  1613. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1614;  mentions  father-in-law,  Edward  Grant, 
D.D.  and  brothers  Gabriel  and  John  Grant.  (J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 

DICKES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  28,  1595.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1596.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Homing, 
Norfolk,  1613. 

DIX,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Mar.  9,  1620-r.  Of 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1621;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  9,  1623-4,  as  of  Wickmere,  Norfolk.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  i,  1628-9;  priest,  May  22,  1630.  C.  of 
West  Winch,  Norfolk,  in  1635.  Perhaps  R.  of  Dunham 
Magna,  1635.  He  was  a  s.  of  John  Ramsey,  of  Hitcham, 
Bucks.,  who  took,  1604,  the  name  and  arms  of  Dix,  as  heir 
of  his  relative  William  Dix,  of  Wickmere,  Norfolk.  Buried 
at  Wickmere,  Feb.  10,  1679-80.   (T.  A.  Walker,  19.) 

DICKS,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1647.  Will  (Exeter,  1689)  of  one  of  these  names;  of  Crediton, 
Devon,  clerk. 

DIX,  MAURICE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Jan.  5,  1669-70.  S.  of 
John  and  Sarah,  of  Gt  Bowden,  Leics.  Bapt.  there,  June  20, 
1653.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  i677-  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1679.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1676;  C.  of 
Ecton,  Northants.;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1680.  R.  of  Hargrave, 
Northants.,  1684-9.  Will  (Archd.  Northants.)  1689;  proved 
by  his  half-brother,  John  Ventris,  scholar  of  Clare.  Died  in 
London.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 


4.5 


Dix,  Richard 

DIX,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  21, 
1677.  S.  of  Edward,  derk,  deceased.  B.atKirkby-Laythorpe, 
Lines.  School,  Belton,  Lines,  (private;  Mr  Siston).  Matnc. 
i677-  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1685.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  May, 
1684.  R.  of  Rackheath,  Norfolk,  1686.  R.  of  Markshall, 
1687.  V.  of  Wroxham,  1693-171 1- 
DICKS,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1584. 

Perhaps  same  as  next. 
DIX,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Feb.  6,  1584-5. 
S.  of  Henry,  yeoman  (died  i597).   B.  at  Wickmere,  Norfolk. 
Bapt.  Jan.  18,  1567-8.    Pedigree  in  Vis.  of  Norfolk,  1563. 
(Venn,  i.  123.) 
DIX  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  18, 1642-3- 
S  of  Richard.  B.  at  Arthingworth,  Northants.  Matnc.  1644- 
Migrated   to   Oxford.     B.A.   from   Lincoln   College,    1648. 
FeUow  of  Oriel  College,   1649-57.    Ord.  deacon   (Lmcohi) 
Dec.  12-  priest,  Dec.  13, 1660.  R.  of  Horsenden, Bucks.,  1650. 
R.  of  West  Wycombe,  1660.  V.  of  Winslow,  1663-81.   Died 
1680-1.    [Al.  Oxon.) 
DIX,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,   1591-    Of 

Norwich.   Matric.  c.  1592;  B.A.  1595-6. 
DIX  or  DICKS,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  7, 

1659.  Of  Norfolk.   Matric.  1659. 

DIXIE,  BEAUMONT.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity  Hall, 

Michs.  1647.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Wolstan,  Bart.  (1619).  B.  1629. 

Succeeded  his  father  as  2nd  baronet,  1682.  Died  May,  1692. 

Buried  at  Market  Bosworth.   Will  (Leicester)  1692.   Father 

of  Wolston  (1675)  and  John  (1678).  (Nichols,  iv.  506;  G.E.C.) 

DIXIE,  BEAUMONT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  30, 1722- 

3.   Of  Leicestershire.    2nd  s.  of  Sir  Wolstan,  Bart.  (1675). 

Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1726-7;  M.A.  1731.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 

Dec.  22,  1728;  priest,  June  i,  1729-  R.  of  Market  Bosworth, 

Leics.,  1729-40.  Died  at  Bath,  Feb.  22,  i739-40.  (Nichols, 

IV.  506.) 

DIXIE,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1624.  S.  of 

Wolstan,  of  Market  Bosworth,  Leics.,  Knt.    Matric.  1624. 

Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  21,  1628.   Living  in  1681,  age  77. 

Brother  of  Thomas  (1624).   (Nichols,  rv.  506.) 

DIXIE,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  28,  1678.   3rd  s.  of 

Beaumont  (1647),  of  Market  Bosworth,  Leics.  Matric.  1678; 

B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685.   Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Aug.  6,  1685. 

R.   of   Market  Bosworth,   1685-1720.    Died  Dec.  6,  1719- 

20,   aged   58.     Brother  of  Wolstan  (1675).     (Nichols,  iv. 

502.) 

DIXIE,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  27,  1637. 

Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1640-1.  Will  proved  (Leicester)  1642. 
DIXIE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,   from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1569;  B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  1577;  B.D.  1585.    Fellow,  1576. 
University  preacher,  1581.    Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  May  11, 
1581.    Buried  at  Little  St  Mary's,  Cambridge,  Sept.  23, 
1585. 
DIXIE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1624. 
3rd  s.  of  Sir  Wolstan  of  Market  Bosworth,  Leics. ,  Knt.  Matric. 
1624;  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1631.   Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  25, 1633,  Died  unmarried.  Brother  of  John 
(1624).    (Nichols,  IV.  506.) 
DIXIE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  15,  1647. 
Matric.  1648.    Dixie  scholar  as  'one  of  the  blood'  of  Sir 
Wolstan  Dixie. 
DIXIE,  WOLSTAN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1576.   Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Royston,  Herts.   One  of  these 
names  V.  of  Brampton  St  Mary,  Hunts.,  1603-27.   (Vis.  of 
Northants.,  1618.) 
DIXIE,  WOLSTAN.   Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  13, 
1619.    Probably  s.  of  Richard,  of  Catworth,  Hunts.,  s.  of 
Sir  Wolstan,  Knt.  B.  1602.   Matric.  1619.  Created  baronet, 
July  14,  1660.  Sheriff  of  Leics.,  1661-2.  Probably  M.P.  for 
Dundalk,  1661-6.  Died  at  Grendon,  Warws.,  Feb.  13,  1682, 
aged   80.    Buried  at  Market  Bosworth.    Will,   Leicester. 
Father  of  Beaumont  (1647).   (Nichols,  iv.  506;  G.E.C.) 
DIXIE,  WOLSTON.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  May  26, 
1675.    Of  Leicestershire.    S.  and  h.  of  Beaumont  (1647). 
Bapt.  at  Bosworth,  Mar.  25, 1657.  Matric.  1675.  Lieutenant- 
Colonel  in  the  Leicestershire  Militia,  1681.    Succeeded  as 
3rd  baronet,  1692.  Died  Dec.  10,  1713.  Buried  at  Bosworth. 
Father  of  Beaumont  (1722),  brother  of  John  (1678).  (Nichols, 
IV.  507;  G.E.C.) 
DIXIE,  YOUNG.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  14, 1616.  S.  of 
Wolstan  (1576),  V.  of  Brampton  St  Mary,  Hunts.    Matric. 
1617;  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1631.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  July 
11;  priest,  July  12,  1624.    R.  of  Cadeby,  Leics.,  1628.    Se- 
questered   to  Tewin,   Herts.,  July   27,    1643.     Minister  of 
St  Margaret's,  Leicester,  1659.   Will  (Leicester)  1664.   (Vis. 
of  Northants.,  1618;  Shaw,  i.  314-) 


DixoN,  John 

DICKSON  or  DIXON,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at 
Trinity,  Oct.  16,  1742.  S.  of  Abraham,  of  Newcastle-on- 
TjTie.  Bapt.  at  St  John's,  Mar.  10, 1723-4-  School,  Fulham, 
London  (Mr  Croft).  Matric.  1742;  Scholar,  1746.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  July  6,  1744-  F.R.S.  1748.  Of  Belford 
Hall,  Esq.  Sheriff  of  Northumberland,  1759-  (Brands 
Neivcastle,  11.  575-) 
DICKSON,  ANTHONY.  '  Of  Jesus,  aged  26.'  Applied  for  ordina- 
tion as  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  18,  1568  (rejected). 
DICKSON,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  1595;  B.A. 

1597-8. 
DICKSON,  BRIAN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1581. 
DICKSON,  BRIGHT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  7,  1683.  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Little  Woodhouse,  Yorks.  (twice  mayor  of  Leeds). 
Matric.  1683;  Scholar,  1684;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A.  1690.    Ord. 
priest  (York)  Dec.  1689.    V.  of  St  John,  Leeds,  1696-1709. 
Died  June  13,  1710.  His  mother  was  Ruth,  dau.  of  John 
Bright,  V.  of  Sheffield. 
DIXON,  DAVID.  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1482-3. 
DICKSON,  EDMUND.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1639. 

Of  Lincolnshire. 
DIXON,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  9,  1717.   S.  of 
John  (1681),  V.  of  Buckminster.   B.  at  Buckminster,  Leics. 
School,  Oakham.  B.A.  1720-1.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Sept. 
25,   1720;    priest,   Dec.    18,   1720.    Succeeded  his   father. 
Died  1763. 
DIXON  or  DICKSON,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St 
John's,  Oct.  5, 1731.  S.of  James,  trunk  maker,  of  Lancashire. 
B.  at  Kirkham.  School,  Kirkham  (Mr  Taylor).  Matric.  1731 ; 
B  A.  1735-6.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Mar.  21,  1735-6;  priest 
(Chester)   Dec.    19,    1736.    C.   of   Kirkham.    WiU   (Archd. 
Richmond)  1741;  proved  by  his  father.    (Scott-Mayor,  in. 
438;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DIXON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1569. 
DYCKSON,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1554. 
DIX,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Jan.  1611-2.  Of  Leicester- 
shire.   Migrated  to  Corpus  Christi,  1612.    B.A.  1615;  M.A. 
1619.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  31;  priest,  June  i,  1618. 
R.  of  Market  Deeping,  Lines.,  1619-25. 
DIXON,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  18, 
1672.    Of  Leicestershire.   School,  Grantham.    Matric.  1672; 
Scholar,    1672;    B.A.    1675-6;    M.A.    1679-     Ord.    deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1676.    Perhaps  R.  of  Bloxholm,  Lines., 
1680-9. 
DICKSON,  HUGH.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  25,  1654.    Of 

Norfolk.  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  i657- 
DIXON,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  1, 
1661-2.  S.  of  Robert  (1630-1),  of  Tunstall,  Kent.  B.  there. 
School,  Rochester  (Mr  Yardley).  Matric.  1661-2.  Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  May  20,  1663.  Brother  of  Robert  (1661). 
DIXON,  JAMES  SAUL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  10,  i734- 

Matric.  1734. 
DYXON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1544. 
DIXON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1573- 
DIXON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June,  1602.  Of  Leicester 
shire.    Matric.  1602;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.    Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1612.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1615;  priest, 
Feb.  25,  1615-6.  R.  of  Scrivelsby,  Lines.,  1615.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1652.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
DIXON,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,   1619.    Of 
Leicestershire.  Matric.  1620;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peteib.)  June  7;  priest,  June  8,  1628.   Perhaps  R.  of 
Offord  Darcy,  Hunts.,  1641-71;  or  R.  of  Glenfield,  Leics., 
1630;  sequestered,  1646.  Died  1671. 
DICKSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  May  30, 
1627.    Of  Whitechapel,   Middlesex.    Adm.   at   the   Inner 
Temple,  1630. 
DIXON,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1659; 

B  A.  1662-3. 
DIXON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  21, 
1667-8.  S.  of  William,  of  Beverley,  Yorks.  B.  there.  School, 
Brandesburton,  Yorks.   Matric.  1667-8. 
DICKSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  24, 1669. 
1st  s.  of  Richard,  clothier,  deceased.  B.  at  Sutton-in-Craven. 
School,  Kildwick.   Matric.  1669. 
DIXON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  May  6,  1681. 
S.  of  Samuel  (1633).    School,  Oakham  (Mr  Love).    Matric. 
1681;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  May  22, 
1687.   V.  of  Buckminster,  Leics.,  1695-1718.   Buried  there 
Nov.  23, 1718.  Admon., Leicester.  Fatherof  Edward  (1717). 
DIXON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1730.  Adm. 
as  Fell.-Com.  Easter,  i735;  LLB.  1737-  One  of  these  names 
'emigrant  minister  to  Virginia,'  c.  1748.  (Peile,  11.  223.) 


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Dixon,  Joseph 

DIXON,  JOSEPH,  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 
1715.  S.  of  Oliver,  gent.  B.  at  Dudley,  Worcs.  School, 
Rugby.  Matric.  171 5;  B.A.  1718-9;  M.A.  1722.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1722.  R.  of  West  Felton,  Salop,  and 
Wistanstow,  till  1764.  Died  June  27,  1764.  Will,  P.C.C.,  as 
of  Dudley. 

DIXON,  JOSHUA.  Adra.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Jesus,  May  9,  1669. 
Of  Ringley,  Lanes.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1672-3.  P.C.  of 
Ringley,  Lanes.,  1691.  P.C.  of  Rivington,  1701.  Father  of 
the  next. 

DIXON,  JOSHUA.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  16, 

1699-1700.    S.  of  Joshua  (above),  P.C.  of  Ringley,  Lanes. 

B.  at  Ringley.  School,  Manchester  (Mr  Barrow).  B.A.  1703-4. 

Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  23,  1705;  priest  (York)  June,  1707. 

Assistant   master  at    Manchester   Grammar  School,    1724. 

(Mumford,  Hist,  of  Manchester  School.) 
DIXON,  NICHOLAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1568, 

as  Dickson;  Scholar,  1575. 
DIXON,  OLIVER.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  8,  1635. 

S.  of  Oliver,  Esq.    B.  at  Ketharpe  House.   Schools,  Tugby 

(Mr  Hai)  and  Melton  Mowbray  (Mr  Si.  Humphrey).  Matric. 

1635. 
DIXON,  PIERCE.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Jan.  18,  1730-1. 

Of  Kent.   Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1734-.');  M.A.  1738;  B.D.  1747- 

Fellow,   1735.   Taxor,   1739.    Master  of  the  Mathematical 

School,  Rochester.    V.  of  Hartlip,   Kent,   1756-9.    V.  of 

Stockbury,  1759-66.  Died  1766.  Will,  P.C.C. 
DIXON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  155 1; 

B.A.  1555-6.    Fellow,  till  1557.    R.  of  Horstead,  Norfolk, 

1556.    R.  of  Stanninghall,  1560. 
DIXON,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  18,  1693. 

Of  Essex. 
DIXON,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 

1732.    S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Lancashire.    B.  at  Satter- 

thwaite-in-Fumess   Fells.     School,   Hawkshead   (Mr   Brox- 

holme).  Matric.  1732;  B.A.  1735-6;  M.A.  1739.  Head  Master 

of  Hawkshead  School,  1736-45. 
DIXON,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1566; 

B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1570-1;  M.A.  1574.    V.  of  Holy 

Trinity,  Cambridge,   1570-8.    One  of  these  names   R.   of 

Cockfield,  Durham,  1575-1616.    Perhaps  V.  of  Haltwhistle, 

Northumberland,  1616-23. 
DIXON,  ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1577. 

Town   Exhibitioner  from   Ipswich   School.    Scholar;   B.A. 

1579-80;  M.A.  1583.   Licensed  to  teach  grammar  in  Norwich 

diocese,  1582.    Perhaps  V.  of  Birstall,  Yorks.,  1587-1614. 

R.  of  Darfield,  1600-14.  Died  Oct.  14, 1614,  aged  59.  (Peile, 

I.  142;  Hunter,  S.  Yorks.) 
DIXON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1605. 

School,  Sedbergh.    B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612.    Perhaps  adm. 

at  the  Middle  Temple,  Aug.  14,  1606,  as  s.  and  h.  of  Robert, 

gent.,  of  Hemmington,  Hants. 
DIXON,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  22, 

1630-1.  S.  of  James,  of  Aldersgate,  London,  cutler,  deceased. 

School,  Cambridge  (Perse).  Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A. 

1638;  D.D.  1668  (Lit.  Reg.).   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1653.   Ord. 

deacon  and  priest,  Sept.  21, 1639.  R.  of  Tunstall,  Kent,  1647; 

sequestered,  and   restored,    1660-76.     Preb.   of  Rochester, 

1660.  V.  of  St  Nicholas,  Rochester,  1660-88.  Died  May, 
1688.  Admon.  P.C.C.  Father  of  James  (1661-2)  and  the 
next.    (Al  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Kent,  1663.) 

DIXON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  June  26, 

1661.  S.  of  Robert  (1630-1),  clerk,  of  Frindsbury,  Kent. 
B.  there.  School,  Rochester  (Mr  Yardley).  Matric.  1661-2; 
B.A.  1664-5;  M.A.  1668;  LL.D.  1682  (Com.  Reg.).  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  17,  1667-8;  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  1668. 
V.  of  Stockbury,  Kent,  1670-1711.  R.  of  Tunstall  (succeeding 
his  father),  1676-1711.  Died  Mar.  1711.  Brother  of  James 
(i66i-2).    (Vis.  of  Kent,  1663.) 

DIXON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  16, 

1734.   Of  Northumberland.   School,  Durham.   Matric.  1734; 

Scholar,  1734. 
DIXON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb.  17, 1749- 

50.   S.  of  Humphrey,  of  Steeple  Bumpstead,  Essex.   B.  at 

Gazeley,  Suffolk.    School,  Bishop's  Stortford  (Mr  Mawle). 

Scholar,  1750-5;  B.A.  1754.  College  testimonial  for  deacon's 

orders,  1754.   (Venn,  11.  64.) 
DIXON  or  DICKSON,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  June  5, 

1633.    Of  Leicestershire.    Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A. 

1640.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Oct.  17, 1641.  V.  of  Buckminster, 

Leics.,  1641-95.   Buried  Apr.  16,  1695,  aged  80.   Father  of 

John  (1681).    (Nichols,  11.  125.) 

DIXON,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  Dec. 
23.  1635.  Of  Leicestershire.  School,  Peterborough.  Matric. 
1636;  B.A.  1639-40.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  May  24,  1646. 
V.  of  Barkestone,  Leics.,  1646-66. 


DoBB,  Thomas 

DIXON,  THOMAS.   B.Can.L.  1505. 

DICKSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1565 ; 

B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1570-1,  as  Dixon. 
DIXON,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1602. 

Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  17, 1609,  as  s.  and 

h.  of  James,  gent.,  of  London.  Of  Braughing,  Herts.   (Vis. 

of  Herts.,  1634.) 
DIXON,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1617, 

as  Dickenson.    S.  of  Robert,  of  Sherbum,  Durham.    B.A. 

1620-1;  M.A.  (Oxford)   1624.    C.  of  Winston.    Buried  at 

Whitburn,  June  8,  1631.  Father  of  the  next.  (Peile,  i.  317; 

H.  M.  Wood.) 
DIXON,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  16, 

1650.  S.  of  Thomas  (above),  late  of  Whitburn,  Durham. 
B.  there.  Bapt.  Oct.  6, 1631.  Schools,  Mitford  (Mr  Ro.  Lever) 
and  Barwick  (Mr  Webb).  Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653.  Intruded 
V.  of  KeUoe,  Durham;  ejected,  1660.  Perhaps  P.C.  of  Whit- 
worth,  1662-1703.   Died  1703. 

DIXON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  3, 
1701.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Leeds,  Yorks.  School, 
Sedbergh.  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1704-5;  M.A.  1708.  Master 
of  Leeds  Grammar  School,  1706-12.  Died  July  6,  1712. 
(Sedbergh  School  Register,  146.) 

DIXON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Sept.  19, 
1717.  S.  of  Joseph,  gent.,  of  Islington,  Norfolk.  School, 
St  Paul's,  London.  Matric.  1717.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May 
30,  1718;  and  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Mar.  1726.  Buried 
Jan.  24,  1743-4.   (Burke,  L.G.) 

DICKSON,  TOBIAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  23, 

1651.  S.  of  Gervase,  of  Darfield,  Yorks.,  'Medicus.'  B.  at 
Bentley.  School,  Hemsworth  (Mr  Homcastle).  Matric.  1651; 
B.A.  1654-5;  M.B.  1656;  M.D.  1661.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1661. 

DICKSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1596. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  1596.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  29, 
1601,  age  24,  as  C.  of  Ashwicken  and  Leziate;  priest,  Sept. 

29,  1604.  V.  of  Snettisham,  1604.  (He  is  described  at  his 
ordination  as  student  of  Caius.) 

DIXON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1605. 
One  of  these  names,  of  Ramshaw,  Durham,  adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Feb.  3,  1607-8. 

DICKSON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1622. 

DIXON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Mar.  28, 1638. 
S.  of  Thomas,  weaver,  of  Norwich.  B.  in  parish  of  St  Edmunds, 
Fishergate.  School,  Norwich  (Mr  Briggs  and  Mr  Lovering). 
Matric.  1638;  Scholar,  1640-5;  B.A.  1641-2;  M.A.  1645. 
Usher  at  Ipswich  grammar  school,  in  1657.  Licensed  to 
teach  grammar  and  writing,  in  Norwich  diocese,  1662.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1662;  priest.  Mar.  14,  1662-3.  Will 
proved  (Norw.  Archd.  C.)  1669.    (Venn,  i.  331.) 

DIXON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  28, 
1677.  S.  of  William,  clothier,  deceased.  B.  at  Leeds, 
Yorks.  School,  Leeds  (Mr  Gilbert).  Matric.  1677,  as 
Richard;  B.A.  1680-1.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Feb.  1680-1; 
priest,  Dec.  1683.  V.  of  Marske,  Yorks.,  1685-1717.  Married, 
Nov.  27,  1688,  at  Marske,  Ann  Pott,  of  Redcar.  Buried  at 
Marske,  June  24,  1717.   Father  of  the  next. 

DIXON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  25, 
1709-10.  Only  s.  of  William  (above),  V.  of  Marske,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  at  Marske,  Oct.  22,  1691.  School,  Guisborough  (Mr 
Jaques).  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1714-5.  Ord.  priest  (York) 
Dec.  1715. 

DIXON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  1, 
1721-2.  S.  of  Edward,  husbandman,  of  Lancashire.  B.  at 
Hawkshead.  School,  Hawkshead  (Mr  Hunter).  Matric. 
1721-2;  B.A.  1725-6.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  16, 1725-6; 
priest,  Sept.  25,  1726.  R.  of  Greenstead  by  Colchester,  1728- 

30.  (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  347.) 

DIXON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  5,  1743.  Of 
Barton,  Yorks. 

DYXON, .   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1544. 

DICKSON, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1577. 

DIXWELL,  BASIL.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  Apr.  4, 
1657.  S.  of  Mark,  of  Bromehouse,  Barham,  Kent,  Esq. 
B.  June  22,  1640.  Created  Bart.,  June  19,  1660.  Died  in 
London,  May  7,  1668.  Brother  of  the  next.  (Vis.  of  Kent, 
1663;  G.E.C.;  Masters,  279.) 

DIXWELL,  HERDSON.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi. 
Apr.  4,  1657.  B.  in  Kent.  Brother  of  Basil,  above. 

DOBBE,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1539-40;  M.A.  1543-  FeUow  of  St 
John's,  1542.  Of  Coventry  and  Lichfield  diocese.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  8,  1543-4;  priest,  Apr.  1544.  Com- 
mitted to  prison  by  Archbishop  Cranmer,  for  disturbing  the 
mass  in  St  Paul's  Cathedral.  Died  there  1546-7-  (Cooper,  i. 
91.) 


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DoBBS,  Edward 

DOBBS,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  June  14, 

1631.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Guist,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Watton. 

School,   Westfield.     Matric.    1631;   Scholar,    1634-8;    B.A. 

1634-5;  M.A.  1638.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  25,  1636; 

priest,  Sept.  24,  1637.    C.  of  Yaxham,  Norfolk,  1636;  of 

Snoring,  in  1637.   R.  of  Gt  Snoring,  1639.   (Venn,  i.  301.) 
DOBBS,  EDWARD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Jan.   11,  1670-1. 

Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1679-  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 

Dec.  26,  1676;  priest  (London)  Mar.  11,  1676-7. 
DOBBES,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1575; 

B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.  Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1587. 
DOBBS,  PETER.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  26, 

1630-1.    S.  of  John,  baker,  of  Oundle,  Northants.    School, 

Oundle.  Matric.  1631,  as  'Doblon';  B.A.  1634-5;  M.A.  1638. 

Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  10,  1638-9;  priest,  June  9,  1639. 

R.  of  West  Walton,  Norfolk,  1644. 
DOBBES   or  DOBB,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 

Easter,  1616;  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A. 1623.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 

1621.   V.  of  Kempston,  Norfolk,  1625. 
DOBBS,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1611. 

Of  Northamptonshire.  B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1619.  Ord.  deacon 

(Peterb.)  Sept.  17;  priest,  Dec.  17,  1620. 
DOBBES, .  Pens,  at  Gonville  Hall,  1500-8;  M.A.  1502-3 

(Incorp.  from  Oxford).    Perhaps  John  Dobbs,  priest,  R.  of 

Warboys,  Hunts.,  1526.  Of  All  Hallows,  Barking.  Died  1546. 

Wm  (P.C.C.)  1546.   {Venn,  i.  15.) 
DOBIE,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  Dec.  15, 

1743.    S.  of  John,  of  Bury  St  Edmunds,  gent.,  deceased. 

School,  Bury.   Matric.  1743-4;  Scholar,  1743;  B.A.  1747-8. 

Ord.    deacon    (Norwich)    Mar.    1747-8;    priest   (Rochester) 

Sept.  21,  1748.  C.  of  Greenwich. 
DOBBYE,  TOBIAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1614; 

B.A.   1617-8.   Perhaps,  as  Tobias  Dobbin,   R    of  Frenze, 

Norfolk,  1651-73.   Died  1673- 
DOBBI  (?  DOBB), .  A  monk.  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree 

1467-8.     Perhaps   'Edmund   Dobbs,'    R.   of   Strumpshaw, 

Norfolk,  till  1483.  Died  1483. 
DOBBINS,  JOSEPH.    Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Michs.  1668. 

S.  and  h.  of  Joseph,  of  Rotherhithe,  Surrey,  gent.   Adm.  at 

Lincohi's  Inn,  July  4,  1671.    Age  11,  in  1662.    (The  father 

was  a  sea  captain;  of  Fordhall,  Warws.)    (Vis.  of  Surrey, 

1662.) 
DOBINS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Christ's,  June  12, 

1661.   S.  of  William.   B.  in  London.   School,  Westminster. 

Probably  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  11,  1663,  as  s.  of 

William,  of  Warmington,  Gloucs.   Acted  as  solicitor  for  the 

College.    (Peile,  i.  597-) 
DOBYNSON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke  Michs.  1559. 

DOBBINSON  or  DOBYSON,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1541-2;  M.A.  1544- 
V.  of  Gt  Shelford,  Cambs.,  in  1543.  Probably  V.  of  Orwell, 
1550.  V.  of  Bassingboume,  1557-64  (presented  by  the  Abbey 
of  Westminster).  V.  of  Barley,  Herts.,  1559-64-   Died  1564. 

DOBYNSON,  .    A  monk,  apparently  resident  in  1463-4- 

(Gr.  Bk,  A,  42.) 

DOBBINSON, .   B.Can.L.  1470-1.   Possibly  Richard,  R.  of 

East  Homdon,  Essex,  1473-80.  R.  of  North  Ockendon, 
1480-3. 

DOBLE, .  Matric.  Fell. -Com.  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs. 

1645- 

DOBLON,  PETER  (1630),  see  DOBBS. 

DOBREY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  27,  1619-20. 
Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Guernsey.  Matric.  1620;  B.A.  1623-4; 
M.A.  1627.  Chaplain  to  the  Swedish  Embassy.  Died  un- 
married.   (Burke,  L.G.;  A.  Gray.) 

DOBSON,  see  also  DODSON. 

DOBSON,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1565;  B.A.  1568-9;  M.A.  1572. 

DOBSON,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1620;  B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
June,  1625;  priest,  Dec.  1625.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Hasilton,  Gloucs.,  1660. 

DOBSON,  BUSHELL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 
1665.  S.  of  Tohn,  clerk,  of  Heslerton,  Yorks.  School, 
Pocklington.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1667.  Brother  of 
John  (1655)- 

DOBSON  (?  DODSON),  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from 
St  John's,  Michs.  1602. 

DOBSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  (age  16)  from  Peter- 
house,  Michs.  1649.  Of  Yorkshire.  School,  Coxwold. 
Scholar;  B.A.  1652-3.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1663  (as  M.A.). 
R.  of  Ludborough,  Lines.,  1661-80.  Buried  there  Oct.  4. 
1 680.    (Lines.  Pedigrees.) 


DoBSON,  William 

DOBSON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  28,  1642. 
Of  Newcastle-on-Tyne.    Perhaps  s.  of  George,  merchant. 
Bapt.  at  All  Saints',  Sept.  12,  1624.   Matric.  1642.    (H.  M. 
Wood.) 
DOBSON,  EDWARD.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  John's,  June  30, 
1662.   S.  of  Robert,  of  Liverpool.   B.  there.   Probably  adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  23,  1657. 
DOBSON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  13, 
1715.  S.  of  Thomas,  hatter.  B.  at  Newcastle-on-Tyne.  Bapt. 
at  St  Nicholas,  Feb.  2,  1697-8.  School,  Newcastle.   Matric. 
1715;  B.A.  1718-9. 
DOBSON,  FITZHERBERT.    Matric.  from  Clare,  Michs.  1720; 

B.A.  1724-5;  M.A.  1728. 
DOBSON,  ISAAC.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1620.    Of  Norfolk.    B.A.   1623-4;  M.A.   1627;  B.D.   1635. 
Fellow,  1628-63.   University  Librarian,  1661-8.  V.  of  Grant- 
chester,  Cambs.,  1644  (instituted,  1660).   Presented  to  Little 
Wilbraham,   1653;  resigned,   1654.    Buried  at  St  Benet's, 
Cambridge,  Dec.  16,  1678.   WiU  (V.C.C.)  1678.   (Masters.) 
DOBSON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  1581;  B.A. 
1583-4.    Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  27,  1587. 
Probably  P.C.  of  Hexham,  Northumberland,  1587-1603.   V. 
of  Corbridge,  1588.   One  of  these  names  V.  of  Pocklington, 
Yorks.,  1603-19.   Buried  Jan.  11,  1619. 
DOBSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  10,  1608. 
Matric.  1608  (as  'Dodson');  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1613-4; 
M.A.  1617.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  i,  1619;  priest  (York) 
Sept.  1619.    Licensed  C.  of  Warter,  Yorks.,  Jan.  1619-20. 
Perhaps  V.  of  Gt  Edstone,  Yorks.,  1619. 
DOBSON,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  i3)  at  St  John's,  June  23, 
1655.    S.  of  John,  clerk,  of  Heslerton,  Yorks.    B.   there. 
School,  Pocklington.    Matric.  1655;  B.A.  1658-9.    Perhaps 
R.  of  West  Heslerton,  Yorks.,  1661-8.   V.  of  Yeddingham, 
1662-8.   Brother  of  Bushell  (1665). 
DOBSON,  JOHN.    Incorp.  M.A.  1663,  from  Magdalen  College, 
Oxford.    Matric.  there,  Dec.  9,  1653.    B.  in  Warwickshire, 
1633.   B.A.  (Oxford)  1656;  M.A.  1659;  B.D.  1667.   Fellow  of 
Magdalen,  1661-71.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  21,  1661; 
priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1665.  V.  of  Easton  Neston,  North- 
ants., 1668-71.    R.  of  Corscombe,  Dorset,  1670-81.    R.  of 
Cold  Higham,  Northants.,   1674-81.    Author,   theological. 
Died    June   9,    1681,  at    Corscombe.     M.I.     {Al.    Oxon.; 
D.N.B.). 
DOBSON,  JOHN,  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  Apr.  22, 
1669.  S.  of  Robert,  deceased,  of  New  Malton,  Yorks.  School, 
Malton.  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3-  Ord.  priest  (York)  June, 
1674.  V.  of  Kirby-Grindalythe,  Yorks.,  1674-1722.   Perhaps 
V.  of  Garton-on-the-Wolds,  1679-1722.  Died  1722. 
DOBSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  8, 1728-g. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Yorkshire.    School,  Bingley,  Yorks.  (Mr 
Leach).    Matric.   1729;  Scholar,  1730.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Feb.  5,  1730-1;  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Bingley  Vicarage, 
Yorks. 
DOBSON,  LANCELOT.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  11, 
1656.    S.  of  George,  gent.,  of  Brancepeth,  Durham.    B.  at 
Bumiston,  Yorks.  Schools,  Bedale,  Yorks.,  Brancepeth  and 
Auckland.    Matric.  1656;  Scholar,  1656-60;  B.A.  1659-60; 
M.A.   1663.    Probably  V.  of  Ellingham,  Northumberland, 
1665;  and  of  Chillingham,   1679-    Died  1693.    Buried  at 
Chillingham,  Nov.  25,  1692.   (Venn,  1.  394.) 
DOBSON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1561. 
One  of  these  names  ord.  deacon  (York)  Mar.  30,  1572;  priest 
(Lincoln)  July  26,  1577.  R.  of  Wroot,  Lines.,  1577.  Perhaps 
minister  at  St  Nicholas,  Durham,  in  1591. 
DOBSON,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  e.  1591. 
DOBSON,  SAMUEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1590. 
Perhaps  B.A.  1594-5.   Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Oct. 
28,  1598.   V.  of  Reepham,  Lines.,  1613. 
DOBSON,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1629;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636.   Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept. 
24,  1637,  as  C.  of  St  Clement,  Norwich;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1638. 
V.  of  Horsford,  Norfolk,  1647. 
DOBSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1665.  Of  Norfolk. 
Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672.    V.  of  Besthorpe, 
Norfolk,  1679-81.  Died  Apr.  26,  1681,  aged  35. 
DOBSON,  THOMAS.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1647- 
DOBSON,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  21,  1673-  Of 
Lancashire.  Matric.  1673;  Scholar,  1676;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A. 
1690.  Master  of  Stockport  Grammar  School,  1683-93. 
Master  of  Macclesfield,  1694.  Died  c.  1704.  (Earwaker, 
E.  Cheshire,  I.  418.) 
DOBSON,  WILLIAM.    B.A.  1531-2. 


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DoBSON,  William 

DOBSON,   WILLIAM.    B.A.    1537-8.    Probably  at  Christ's, 

1538-41.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Torpenhow,  Cumberland; 

deprived,  1568.  Another  V.  of  Ixning,  Sufiolk.  Will  (P.C.C.) 

1573- 
DOBSON,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 

1642. 
DOBSON,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Apr. 

27,  1652.  S.  of  Simeon,  of  Keighley,  Yorks.  School,  Bingley. 

Matric.  1652. 
DOBSON,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1675. 

Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1678-9.  Ord.  priest  (Chichester)  Sept.  25, 

1682.    V.   of  Hellingly,  Sussex,   1682-1707.    Buried  there 

Apr.  7,  1707.  Admon.  at  Lewes.   (W.  C.  Harrison.) 
DOBSON,  WILLIAM.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1714; 

Scholar,  1715;  B.A.  1717-8. 
DOBSON,  .   B.Can.L.  1475-6.   A  John  Dobson  was  V.  of 

Melboum,  Cambs.,  1489. 

DOBSON, .   B.A.  1496-7;  M.A.  1500. 

DOBTON,  RALPH.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1578-9. 

DOBULL,  LAWRENCE.   B.Civ.L.  1474-5;  B.Can.L.  1476-7. 

DOBYLL, .   Incorp.  1477-8,  from  abroad. 

DOCKER,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  22, 
1684.  S.  of  Henry,  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  Shap,  Westmor- 
land. School,  Ravenstonedale.  Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1687-8. 
V.  of  Willerby,  Yorks.,  1691-1721.  V.  of  Scarborough,  1708- 
21. 

DOCKERILL,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's,  June  20, 
1705.  S.  of  John,  barber.  B.  at  Cambridge.  School,  King's, 
Cambridge.  Matric.  1705-6;  B.A.  1708-9.  R.  of  Handley, 
Cheshire,  1709-30.    Died  1730.    {Ormerod,  11.  397.) 

DOCKET  or  DOGET,  ANDREW.  M.A.  Vicar  of  St  Botolph, 
Cambridge,  c.  1435-70  (Rector  from  1444).  Principal  of 
St  Bernard's  Hostel,  1446.  First  president  of  Queens' 
Collpge,  of  which  he  was  the  main  founder,  1448-84.  Preb. 
of  St  Stephen,  Westminster,  till  1479.  Preb.  of  Lichfield, 
1467-70;  chancellor,  1470-7.  Died  Nov.  4,  1484.  Buried  in 
the  College  Chapel.  (W.  G.  Searie,  Hist  of  Queens';  D.N.B.) 

DOCKET  or  DUCKET,  CHRISTOPHER.    B.A.   1503-4;   M.A. 

1507-8;  B.D.  1520-1.  Proctor,  1511-2.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.) 

1521. 
DOCKET  or  DOGET,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1509-10.  Perhaps  identical 

with  Tho.  Dagett,  R.  of  Wendon  Parva,  Essex,  1517-22; 

called  Dockett  in  the  Act.  Bk  of  the  Vic.  Gen.,  Bishop  of 

London,  1521.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DOCKET  or  DOGET,   WILLIAM.    B.A.   1480-1;   M.A.   1484; 

B.D.  1491.    Fellow  of  Queens',  1484-8.    Of  York  diocese. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Apr.  3,  1484. 
DOCKINGE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  July  16, 

1628.    S.  of  Robert.    B.  at  Bury,  Suffolk.    School,  Bury. 

Migrated   to   King's.    B.A.   1630-1.    Ord.   priest  (Lincoln) 

Sept.  25,  1631.    C.  of  Charsfield,  Suffolk,  in  1636.    R.  of 

Dallinghoe,    1646.     Head    Master   of   Woodbridge   School, 

1663-4.   Buried  June  10,  1664.   (Venn,  i.  285.) 
DOCKLEY,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1625; 

B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.   R.  of  Little  Easton,  Essex,  1639- 

63.   Died  1663. 

DOCRELL,  EDWARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 

1563  (famulus  of  the  proctor). 
DOCKSEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  17, 172S-6.   S. 

of  Ralph,  of  Mayfield,  Staffs.    School,  Stockport,  Cheshire 

(Mr  Dale).    Readm.  as  Fell.-Com.  Feb.  18,  1754.    Matric. 

1754;  LL.B.  1754.   P-C.  of  St  Olave,  Chester,  1771-8.  Died 

1778. 
DOCKSEY,  HOPE.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  26,  1732. 

S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  Esq.,  of  Snelston,  Derbs.   Matric.  1732 

Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  July,  1731. 
DOCWRA,   EDWARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,   Easter, 

i'i7i.    Probably  4th  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Putteridge,  Lilley, 

Herts.    Of  Hitchin,  gent.    Died  June  18,   1610,  aged   57. 

Buried  at  Hitchin.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1564).   (Clutterbuck, 

I.  83.) 

DOCWRAY,  HENRY.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Easter. 

1623.  Matric.  1623.   2nd  s.  of  Thomas  (1564),  late  of  'Osley' 

(?OfBey),  Herts.,  deceased;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  8, 

1624-5.  Of  North  Mimms.  Brother  of  Periam  (1618).  (Vis. 

of  Herts.,  1634.) 
DOCWRA,  JAMES.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1606. 

Doubtless  ist  s.  of  Ralph,  of  Fulboum,  Cambs.  Of  Fulboum, 

Esq.   Brother  of  Thomas  (1606). 
DOCKWRAY,  JOSIAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Apr.  9,  1652. 

S.  of  Robert,  headmaster  of  Giggleswick  School.    B.  there. 

School,  Giggleswick.  Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1655-6;  M.A.  1665; 

LL.D.  1673.    P.C.  of  Lanchester,  Durham,  1663-8.    V.  of 

V.  A.  C.  II. 


DocKWRAY,  Thomas 

Newbum,  Northumberland,  1668-83.  Married,  at  Lan- 
chester, Nov.  23,  1658,  Mary,  dau.  of  Samuel  Sanderson,  of 
Hedleyhope,  Durham.  Buried  July  31,  1683,  at  Newbum. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1645).   (Peile,  i.  547;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

DOCKWRAY,  PERIAM.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1618.  S.  of  Thomas  (1564),  of  Putteridge  Park, 
Herts.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  18,  1621.  Of  Putteridge, 
Herts.,  Esq.  Died  1643.  (Vis.  of  Herts.,  i6$4;  Cussans,i.  go.) 

DOCWRAY,  PERIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  7, 
1658.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Putteridge  Park,  Lilley,  Herts. 
B.  there.  Schools,  Hitchin,  Hexton,  Herts,  and  St  Paul's, 
London.  Matric.  1658;  Scholar,  1658-60.  Probably  died 
young.    (Venn,  i.  402.) 

DOCKWREY,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  4, 
1615.  Matric.  1615.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  21;  priest, 
Dec.  22,  1622.  V.  of  Waghen,  Yorks.,  1622-3.  R-  of  Hars- 
well,  1623-60. 

DOCKRAY,  STEPHEN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Sidney,  May  26, 
1665.  3rd  s.  of  Thomas  (1645),  chaplain  in  the  Navy.  B.  at 
Newbum,  Northumberland.  School,  Morpeth  (Mr  Thomas 
Spink).  Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  c.  1670.  V.  of Tynemouth,  1673-81.  Married,  at Tyne- 
mouth,  Aug.  II,  1674,  Jane  Lawson.  Died  at  Tynemouth, 
Sept.  20,  1681.    Brother  of  Thomas  (1673).    (H.  M.  Wood.) 

DOCURAYE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1564.  Doubtless  ist  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Putteridge,  LiUey, 
Herts.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1570.  Died  at  Putteridge,  Mar. 
6, 1620-1,  aged  72.  Buried  at  Lilley.  Father  of  Henry  (1623) 
and  Periam,  and  brother  of  Edward  (1571).  (Clutterbuck,  iii. 
83.) 

DOCWRA,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1606. 
Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Ralph,  of  Fulboum,  Cambs.  Of  Cherry 
Hinton,  Cambs.,  Esq.   Brother  of  James  (1606). 

DOCWRA,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  29,  1636. 
Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Periam  (1618);  age  19  in  1643.  Matric. 
1636;  Scholar,  1640;  B.A.  1641-2.  Perhaps  M.P.  for  St 
Albans,  1685.    (Clutterbuck,  iii.  83.) 

DOCKWRAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  Christ's,  May 
19,  1645.  S.  of  Robert,  R.  of  Giggleswick  and  Head  Master 
of  the  school.  B.  there.  School,  Giggleswick.  Matric.  1645; 
B.A.  1647-8;  D.D.  1667  (Lit.  Reg.).  Chaplain  of  the  Fleet. 
V.  of  Newbum,  Northumberland,  1662-3.  R-  of  Whitburn, 
Durham,  1667-72.  R.  of  Tynemouth,  1669-72.  Married  (2) 
at  St  John's,  Newcastle,  May  31,  1669,  Katharine,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Naylor,  V.  of  Newcastle.  Died  on  board  the  Royal 
James,  May  28,  1672,  in  the  battle  with  the  Dutch  in  South- 
wold  Bay  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1672.  Brother  of  Josias  (1652), 
father  of  Stephen  (ii'65)  and  Thomas  (1673).  (Peile,  i.  495; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 

DOCKWRAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  14,  1673.  S.  of  Thomas  (above),  deceased,  of  Newbum, 
Northumberland.  B.  there.  School,  'Morthale.'  Matric. 
1673;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A.  1680.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1680. 
Ord.  priest  (Durham)  Sept.  20,  1679.  V.  of  WaUsend, 
Northumberland.  V.  of  Tynemouth,  1681-1725.  Married, 
at  Tynemouth,  June  4,  1689,  Elizabeth  Love.  Died  at 
Tynemouth,  Feb.  21,  1724-5.  Father  of  Thomas  (1706), 
brother  of  Stephen  (1665). 

DOCKWRA,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peterhouse, 
July  25,  1690.  Of  Hertfordshire.  School,  Hertford.  Matric. 
1691;  Scholar,  1691;  B.A.  1696-7.  Ord  deacon  (Norwich) 
Sept.  19,  1697;  priest.  May  26,  1700.  F*reacher  at  Yarmouth, 
1700.  V.  of  Martham,  Norfolk,  till  1719.  Licensed  by  the 
bishop  to practisesurgery,  1713.  Died  1719.  M.I.  at  Martham. 
(T.  A.  Walker,  188.) 

DOCKWRAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
May  23,  1706.  S.  of  Thomas  (1673).  B.  at  Tynemouth. 
Bapt.  Apr.  1,  1690.  School,  Newcastle.  Matric.  1706;  B.A. 
1709-10;  M.A.  1713.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  1712; 
priest  (York)  Sept.  1715.  V.  of  Wallsend,  1718-60.  Lecturer 
at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle, 1724-52.  Married  ( 1)  at  St  Nicholas, 
May  8,  1729,  Mary  Grey;  (2)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  26,  1732, 
Mary  Maynard.  Buried  at  St  Nicholas,  Newcastle,  May  17, 
1760.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

DOCKWRAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  30,  1744.  S.  of  Josiah,  fish  curer,  of  Durham.  B.  at 
Wolviston.  School,  Newcastle.  Matric.  1744;  B.A.  1747-8; 
M.A.  1751;  D.D.  1766.  Fellow,  1749-57.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
May  24,  1752;  priest,  Mar.  18,  1753.  Lecturer  at  St  Nicholas, 
Newcastle,  1753-83,  succeeding  his  uncle  (above).  V.  of 
Stamfordham,  Northumberland,  1761-82.  Married,  at  Otter- 
bum,  Feb.  12,  1757,  Hannah,  dau.  of  Robert  Ellison.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1784.    (Scott-Mayor,  in.  541.) 

DOCKWRA, .   B.Can.L.  1501.    Perhaps  Thomas  Dockwra ; 

proctor  of  the  Consistorial  Court.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1559. 
'Master  Thomas  Dockwray,  notary,  proctor  of  the  Arches 
died  June  23,  1559';  M-^-  in  old  St  Paul's  Cathedral.  (H.  G. 
Harrison.) 


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DoDD,  Andrew 

DOCKWRAY,  .    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1644. 

DOD,  ANDREW.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  2,  1603.  Of 
Nottinghamshire. 

DOD,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizai  at  Peterhouse,  Mar.  13,  1631-2. 
Of  London.  Matric.  1632;  Scholar,  1635;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A. 
1639. 

DOD,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  21,  1622.  Of 
Bedfordshire.  Migrated  to  Clare,  1623;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A. 
1629.  V.  of  Weekley,  Northants.,  1631-3.  R.  of  Luddington- 
in-the-Brook,  1633.  Perhaps  V.  of  Hartford,  Hunts.,  in  1642. 
Died  Sept.  2,  1670,  aged  65.  Buried  at  Luddington.  M.I. 
there.  Father  of  Thomas  (1659).  (H.  I.  Longden.) 

DOD,  DAVID.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1578;  B.A. 
1581-2. 

DOD,  EDMUND  or  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius, 
Feb.  25,  1649-50.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  MTiittlesford, 
Cambs.  B.  there.  Schools,  Felsted  and  Newport,  Essex. 
Matric.  1650.  Of  Hinxton,  Cambs.  Died  1677-8.  Buried  at 
Whittlesford,  Mar.  12,  1677-8.  {Venn,  1.  376;  Vis.  of  Cambs., 
1684.) 

DODD,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1579; 
B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586;  B.D.  1593  Fellow,  1585-97.  R-  of 
Little  Canfield,  Essex,  1598.  Chaplain  to  Sir  Julius  Csesar, 
Master  of  the  RoUs.  Brother  of  St  Katharine's  Hospital. 
V.  of  Hinxton,  Cambs.,  till  1626.  Married,  1598,  Ellen, 
vvidow  of  David  Price,  R.  of  Little  Canfield,  who  presented 
him  to  the  living.  Buried  at  Hinxton,  Oct.  20,  1626.  Will, 
P.C.C.    (A.  Gray;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DOD,  EDWARD,  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  4,  1633-4. 
S.  of  Ralph,  of  Shocklach,  Cheshire,  gent.,  deceased.  B.  at 
Bennington,  Herts.  School,  Bennington.  Matric.  1634; 
Scholar,  1635-6.  Died,  in  College,  of  the  plague.  Buried  at 
St  Michael's,  Cambridge,  Sept.  30,  1636.  M.I.  at  St  Michael's. 
{Venn,  1.  313.) 

DODD,  HUGH.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1518. 
Expelled. 

DODD,  HUGH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1587.  Of 
Cheshire.  Died  July  6,  1644,  aged  67.  M.I.  at  Bennington, 
Herts.    (Chauncey,  Herts.,  11.  83;  Urwick;  A.  Gray.) 

DOD,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1715.  B.  in 
Cambridge.  B.A.  1719-20.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4, 
1721;  priest.  May  31,  1724.  C.  of  Easton  by  Stamford, 
Northants.,  1721;  of  St  Martin  by  Stamford,  1724. 

DOD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1572  S.  of  John, 
of  Shotlidge  (?  Shocklach),  Cheshire.  B.  there,  1555.  School, 
Westchester.  B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579.  Fellow,  1578-85. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Apr.  16,  1579;  priest  (Ely)  Apr.  15, 
1580.  University  preacher,  1585.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1585. 
R.  of  Hanwell,  Oxon.,  1585;  suspended  for  puritanism,  1604. 
Preached  at  Fenny  Compton,  Warws.,  and  Canons  Ashby, 
Northants.  V.  of  Fawsley,  Northants.,  c.  1637-45.  Also  V. 
of  Geddington.  .Author,  Sermons,  etc.  Buried  at  Fawsley, 
Aug.  19, 1645.  Fatherof  Timothy  (1612).  (Baker,  A'ort/ianis., 
I.  388;  D.N.B.-  T.  P.  Dorman.) 

DODD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1575.  Of 
Cheshire.  B.A.  1577-8;  M.A.  1582.  Ord.  priest  (Chester) 
May  23, 1584.  V.  of  Melchboume,  Beds.,  1586-1624.  Perhaps 
also  R.  of  Drayton,  Leics.,  1592.  Buried  July  31,  1624.  Will 
proved  by  widow  Anne.  Father  of  Paul  (1607).  (W.  M. 
Noble;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

DODD,  JOHN.  Described  as  'late  of  Emmanuel  College'  when 
ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21,  1592,  age  24.  (Not  in  the 
College  register.)  B.  in  London.  C.  of  Stepney.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Coggeshall,  Essex,  1609-39.  Buried  there  Apr.  18,  1639. 
(G.  F.  Beaumont,  Coggeshall.) 

DOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  1598-9.  S.  of  Peter,  of 
'Shotlidge'  (?  Shocklach),  Cheshire.  B.A.  1602;  M.A.  1606. 
Fellow,  1603-31.  Junior  proctor,  1614-5.  V.  of  St  Clement's, 
Cambridge,  1622-7.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel,  May  17, 
1632.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1632.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1592). 
(A.  Gray.) 

DOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  23,  1608.  Of 
Oxfordshire.  Matric.  1608;  Scholar;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615; 
B.D.  1622.  Fellow,  1616-26.  R.  of  North  Cadbury,  Somerset, 
1626-43.   Died  1643.   Father  of  John  (1654). 

DODD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1609;  B..'^. 
1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  (Peile,  i.  273,  whose  account  seems 
erroneous.) 

DOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Jesus,  June  29, 1627.  Perhaps 
s.  of  Thomas  (1592).  former  fellow,  dean  of  Ripon.  Matric. 
1627.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel,  Jan.  14,  1629-30. 
(A.  Gray.) 


DoDD,  Roger 

DODD,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  May  3,  1644. 

S.  of  Nehemiah  (1613),  of  Coggeshall,  clerk,  and  his  wife 

Elizabeth.     Bapt.    Dec.    4,    1625.     School,    Westminster. 

Migrated  to  St  John's,  Oct.  17,  1645.   B.A    1647-8.   Incorp. 

at  Oxford,  1648-9;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1649.    Fellow  of  Corpus 

Christi  College,  Oxford,  1648.  {Al.  Oxon.) 
DOD,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Sept.  10,  1646. 

S.  of  Paul  (1607),  clerk.  B.  at  Riseley,  Beds.  Bapt.  Mar.  12, 

1628-9.  School,  Wymington,  Beds.  (Mr  Anderson).   Matric. 

1647;  B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654    One  of  these  names  (M.A.), 

ord.  deacon   (Lincoln)   Mar.   12,   1661-2.    Possibly  R.   of 

Belchford,  Lines.,  1662. 
DOD,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1651;  B.A. 

1654-5;  M.A.  1660.  See  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary. 

DOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  2,  1654-5.  Of 
Somerset.    S.  of  John  (1608). 

DOD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  21,  1692. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Combroke,  Warws.  School,  Combroke 
(Mr  John  Fancourt).  Matric.  1693;  Scholar,  1695;  B.A. 
1695-6.  C.  of  Wilmslow,  Cheshire,  1719.  Buried  there 
Apr.  28,  1729.   (Earwaker,  E.  Cheshire,  11.  85.) 

DODD,  JOHN.  Matric.  from  King's,  Michs.  1735-  Fell.-Com.; 
perhaps  colleger  at  Eton.  Intimate  friend  of  H.  Walpole. 
M.P.  for  Reading,  1740,  1755,  1761,  1768,  1774,  1780. 
Colonel,  Berks,  militia.  Died,  at  Swallowfield,  Berks.,  Feb. 
10,  1782.   (G.  Mag.;  Add.  MSS.,  5867,  63.) 

DOD,  JONAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  Sept.  28, 
1730.   S.  of  Edward.   School,  Shrewsbury.   Matric.  1731. 

DOD,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  1617.  S.  of  Ralph 
(1583),  of  Wiggenhall  St  Mary  Magdalen,  Norfolk.  School, 
Lynn.  Matric.  1617.  Migrated  to  Caius,  Aug.  1,  1618,  age  18. 
Scholar,  1618-24;  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624;  B.D.  1631. 
Fellow  of  Caius,  1625-37.  C.  of  Bennington,  Herts.,  1629-36. 
V.  1636-82.  Died  1682.  M.I.  at  Bennington.  Father  of  the 
next.    {Venn,  i.  240.) 

DOD,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  6,  1660. 
S.  of  Nathaniel  (above).  B.  at  Bennington.  School,  Bishop's 
Stortford.   Scholar,  1660-1;  Matric.  1660.   {Venn,  1.  408.) 

DODD,  NEHEMIAH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1613. 
S.  of  John,  clerk.  B.  in  St  Mary  Aldermary,  London.  Bapt. 
there,  Apr.  II,  1596.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A.  1616- 
7;  M.A.  1620.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  31,  1618,  age  23; 
C.  of  Coggeshall,  Essex;  priest,  June  18,  1623.  Minister  of 
Knightsbridge  Chapel,  Westminster,  1640-47.  Perhaps  R. 
of  St  Alphage,  Cripplegate,  1643.  R-  of  Doddinghurst, 
Essex,  1647-52.   Died  1652.   Father  of  John  (1644). 

DOD,  PAUL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1607.  Of 
Bedfordshire.  S.  of  John  (1575),  V.  of  Melchboume.  B.A. 
1609-10;  M.A.  1613.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Oct.  31;  priest, 
Dec.  19,  1613.  V.  of  Riseley,  Beds.,  c.  1622-38.  Married,  at 
Luton,  June  8,  1620,  Susan  Spurling.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1647. 
Father  of  John  (1646). 

DOD,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  c.  1626.  Matric.  1626. 

DODD,  PHILIP.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  c.  1592. 

DODD,  RALPH.    Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1583;  B.A. 

1585-6;   M.A.   1589.    Ord.   priest  (Norwich)  July  2,   1593. 

V.  of  Wiggenhall  St  Mary  Magdalene,  Norfolk,  1597;  there 

in  1618.    V.  of  Snettisham,  1597-8.    Father  of  Nathaniel 

(1617). 
DOD,  RALPH.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1604;  B.A. 

1606-7. 
DOD,  RICHARD.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sr  John's,  June  21, 

1721.  S.  of  Theophilus,  innkeeper,  of  Salop.  B.  at  Shrews- 
bury. School,  Shrewsbury.  Matric.  1721;  B.A.  1725-6.  Ord. 
deacon  (Hereford)  Sept.  11,  1726;  priest  (Rochester)  Sept.  19, 
1731- 

DODD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  Oct.  2i, 
1732.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  School,  King's  College,  Cambridge. 
Matric.  1732;  Scholar,  1732. 

DOD,  ROBERT.  .A.dm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  as  'Thomas,'  'July  2,' 

1722.  S.  of  Thomas,  cook  of  the  College.  B.  at  Witzer. 
School,  King's  College.  Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1725-6.  Master 
of  Kelvedon  School,  Essex,  1734. 

DOD,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  13, 
1746.  S.  of  J.,  of  Ireland.  School,  Wem,  Salop.  Matric. 
1746.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1745;  priest  (London) 
June,  17,  1753- 

DODD,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1575; 
B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582;  B.D.  1589;  D.D.  1594.  Fellow, 
1581.  V.  of  Isleham,  Cambs.,  1587.  R.  of  Scartho,  Lines., 
1595.  Archdeacon  of  Salop,  1598-1606.  R.  of  Gt  Pamdon, 
Essex,  1603-4.  V.  of  Epping,  1603-4.  Bishop  of  Meath, 
1605.  Wife,  Margaret,  buried  at  Epping,  Aug  31,  1604. 
Died  July  27,  1608.   {Cooper,  11.  494.) 


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DoDD,  Samuel 

DOD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  ir,  1660.  Of 
London  Migrated  to  Clare,  Mar.  29,  1661.  B.A.  1663-4; 
M.A.  1667.  Fellow  of  Clare,  1664.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1668.  V.  of  Chigwell,  Essex,  1672-90; 
ejected  as  non-juror.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1694.  Father  of  Samuel 
(1697). 

DOD,  SAMUEL.  .\dm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Sept.  11,  1691. 
ist  s.  of  John,  R.  of  Lighthome,  Wanvs.  School,  'Swake- 
light' (MrMayo).  Matric.  1692.  One  of  these  names  barrister, 
serjeant-at-law,  knighted  Oct.  11,  1714. 

DOD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  9,  1697.  S.  of 
Samuel  (1660),  of  Chigwell,  Herts.  (Essex).  Matric.  1698; 
B..A.  1701-2;  M.A.  1705.  Fellow,  1707-14.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Feb.  4, 1704-5.  Lecturer  at  St  Catherine  Coleman, 
London,  1713. 

DODD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1577-8. 
Scholar  from  Westminster,  1578.  B.A.  1581-2;  M.A.  1585. 
Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  16,  1586.  R.  of 
Eastwell,  Leics.,  1586.  One  of  these  names  signs  as  minister 
of  Studham,  Beds.,  1603-9. 

DODD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  c.  1592.  S.  of 
Peter,  of  Shocklach,  Cheshire;  nephew  of  John  (1572).  Bapt. 
Dec.  4,  1576.  B.A.  1595-6;  M.A.  1599;  B.D.  1626.  Fellow, 
1597-1603.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1600.  R.  of  Eastwell,  Leics., 
1606-15.  R.  of  Astbury,  Cheshire,  1607-26.  Preb.  of 
Chester,  1607-13-  Archdeacon  of  Richmond,  1607-47.  Preb. 
of  Lichfield,  1619.  Chaplain  to  the  King.  R.  of  Mai  pas,  1623. 
Dean  of  Ripon,  1635.  Buried  at  Malpas,  Feb.  10,  1647-8. 
Brother  of  John  (1598-9),  perhaps  father  of  John  (1627). 
(A.  Gray.) 

DOD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  4,  1659. 
S.  of  Benjamin  (1622),  of  Luddington,  Northants.  Schools, 
Peterborough  (Mr  Francis  Standish),  Bulwick  (Mr  William 
Hicks)  and  Northampton  (Mr  William  Taylour).  Matric. 
1659;  B.A.  1662-3;  M.A.  1666.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669. 
R.  of  Denton,  Hunts.,  1667-82.  Died  1682.  Father  of 
Thomas  (1693). 

DOD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  20, 
1669.  Of  Hertford.  School,  Hertford.  Matric.  1669;  Scholar, 
1669.  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Fellow,  1675-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  May,  1675.    Died  1677. 

DOD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  30, 
1693.  S.  of  Thomas  (1659),  R.  of  Denton,  Hunts.  School, 
Oundle.  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  20,  1697-8;  priest,  June  4,  1699.  R.  of 
Conington,  Hunts.,  1699-1754.  Died  Apr.  6,  1754.  (G. 
Mag.) 

DOD,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  July  10, 

1713-  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Cambridge,  gent.  B.  at  Whittlesford, 

Cambs.    Matric.    1713-4;   B.A.    1717-8;   M.A.    1721.    Ord. 

deacon  (Ely)  June  4, 1721.  R.  of  Billockby,  Norfolk,  1730-75. 

V.  of  Upton,  1752-75-    Buried  at  Billockly  Mar.  19,  1775. 
DOD,  THOMAS  (1722).  Mistake  for  Robert,  whom  see. 
DOD,  TIMOTHY,    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  6,  1612.   S. 

of  John  (1572),  V.  of  Fawsley,  Northants.    Matric.   1612; 

Scholar;  B..-\.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619.   One  of  these  names  adm. 

at  Leyden,  June  3,  1620.  '  Ordained '  at  Daventry,  Northants. 

Lecturer  there;  ejected,  1662.    Married,  before  1655,  Jane, 

widow  of  Richard  Combes,  of  Daventry.  Died  Dec.  12,  1665. 

Buried  at  Everdon.   M.I.   Admon.  (Archd.  Northants.)  1666. 

(Calamy,  II.  218;  Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iii.  63;  D.N.B.;  H.  I. 

Longden.) 

DODD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  c.  1595.  Of 
Cheshire.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1598-9;  M.A.  1602.  Fellow 
of  St  John's,  1602.  Supp.  for  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1602. 

DOD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  17,  1657. 
Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1660-1. 

DOD,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Jan.  29,   1666-7. 

Of  Cambridgeshire.   Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1670-1. 
DOD,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sx  John's,  Mar.  22, 

1704-5-     S.    of   William,    clerk.     B.    at    Malpas,   Cheshire. 

School,  Madeley,  Stags.    Matric.  1705.    Sheriff  of  Cheshire, 

1735-   Of  Edge,  Cheshire,  Esq.   Buried  at  Malpas,  Jan.  16, 

1739- 
DOD,   WILLIAM.    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,   Jan.   4, 

1721-2.    Of  Cambridgeshire.    Matric.    1720;   B.A.   1723-4. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  31,  1724;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1727. 

V.  of  Bourne,  Lines.,  1727.   Died  Aug.  7,  1756.   Father  of 

William  (1745). 
DODD,  WILLIAM.   M.A.  from  King's,  1725.   S.  of  Henry,  of 

Cricket,  Somerset,  clerk.    Matric.  from  Wadham  College, 

Oxford,  Nov.  26,  1711  (age  17);  B.A.  (Oxford)  1715.   R.  of 

Charlton    Mackrell,    Somerset,    1718.     V.    of   Northover, 

1731.    Preb.  of  Wells,  1735-60.    Died  Mar.  18,  1760.   (Al. 

Oxon.) 

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DODSLEY,  AlVERY 

DODD  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Oct.  2,  1745.  S.  of 
WUham  (1721-2),  V.  of  Bourne,  Lines.  B.  there.  May  20 
1729.  Matnc.  1746;  B.A.  1749-50;  M.A.  1759;  LL  D  1766 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Oct.  18,  1751;  priest  (London)  June  17' 
1753.  Lecturer  at  West  Ham,  and  elsewhere  in  London.' 
Chaplain  at  the  Magdalen  House,  1758.  Chaplain  to  the 
Kmg,  1763-74.  Preb.  of  Brecon,  1763.  R.  of  Hockliffe  Beds 
with  Chalgrave,  1772.  V.of  Wing,  Bucks.,  1775-7.  A  popular 
preacher  in  London.  For  forging  a  bond  on  his  patron  Lord 
Chesterfield,  he  was  convicted  and  hanged  at  Tyburn,  June 
27,  1777.  Author,  Beauties  of  Shakespeare,  and  of 'many 
sermons  and  other  religious  works.  Dr  Johnson  keenly 
interested  himself  in   attempting  to  secure  his  reprieve. 

DODD, .    B.A.  1469-70. 

DOD, .  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1606. 

DODD, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1614. 

DODING  or  DODYNG,  BENEDICT.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1467;  B.A.  1470-1;  M.A.  (?  1474).  Fellow.  Ord. 
sub-deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  9,  1475-6:  deacon,  Mar.  29,  1476- 
priest  (Ely)  Apr.  13,  1476.   V.  of  Witham,  Lines. 

DODDYNG,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
155S.  B,  in  Westmorland.  Scholar,  1560;  B.A.  1562-3- 
M.A.  1566;  Lic.Med.  1573;  M.D.  1576.  Fellow,  1563! 
F.R.C.P.  1584.  Practised  for  a  time  at  Bristol.  Buried  at 
St  Dunstan-in-the-West,  Apr.  11,  1592.   (Munk,  1.  86.) 

DODDING,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  July  4, 
1623.  S.  and  h.  of  Miles,  of  Conishead,  Lanes.,  Esq.  Matric. 
1623.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  15,  1628.  Of  Conishead, 
Esq.  Married  Sarah,  dau.  of  Rowland  Backhouse.  Died  c. 
1651.   Father  of  Miles  (1659).   {Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 

DODDYNG,  MILES.  Matric.  pens  fromST  John's,  Lent,  1557-8. 
Of  Conishead,  Lanes.   Died  1588.   (Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 

DODDING,  MILES.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  23,  1659.  S.  of  George  (1623),  Esq.,  deceased,  of  Conis- 
head, near  Ulverstone,  Lanes.  B.  there.  School,  Urswick, 
Lanes.  Matric.  1659.  J.P.  for  Lancashire.  Of  Conishead, 
Esq.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of  Roger  Kirkby,  of  Kirkby, 
Lanes.  Will  (Archd.  Richmond)  1683.  (Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 

DODDS,  GREGORY.  B.D.  1535.  Prior  of  the  Dominicans, 
Cambridge,  till  the  surrender.  Banished  about  1546.  V.  of 
Tannington,  Suffolk,  1539-55-  R-  of  Tattingstone,  1539-55. 
Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1547-55-  R-  of  Smarden,  Kent,  1551-6. 
Dean  of  Exeter,  1560.   Died  1570.   (Cooper,  1.  2gi.) 

DODENHO,  GEOFFREY  DE.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1350. 
Died  Aug.  13,  1361.  Probably  a  victim  of  the  Black  Death. 

DODGE,  RALPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Michs.  1583.  Of 
Cheshire.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1585-6;  M.A.  from 
Queens',  1589.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Apr.  7,  1590.  R.  of 
Mannington,  Norfolk,  1589.    R.  of  Marsham,  1590-1610. 

DODGSON,  see  DODSON. 

DODGWORTH,  MATTHEW  (1565),  see  DODSWORTH. 

DODINGTON,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1547.  B.  in  Middlesex.  Scholar;  B.A.  1551-2;  M.A. 
1555-  Fellow,  1552.  Fellowof  Trinity,  1560.  Senior  Proctor, 
1559-60-  Regius  Professor  of  Greek,  1562-85.  Died  Aug.  22, 
1595-  Buried  in  Westminster  Abbey.  (Cooper,  11.  i84;D.N.B.) 

DODINGTON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1573- 

DODINGTON  or  DUDINGTON,  ROBERT.  A  friar.  B.D.  1508-9- 
D.D.  1514. 

DODINGTON,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Lent, 
1577-8,  as  'Dorington';  B.A.  1581-2;  M.A.  from  Corpus 
Christi,  1585. 

DODINGTON,  SIMON  DE.  B.Can.L.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  in 
1367.    (Loder,  212.) 

DODINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1545.  One  of  the  original  fellows  of  Trinity,  1546. 
B.A.  from  Trinity,  1547-8.  Practised  as  a  solicitor  and  held  an 
office  in  the  Court  of  Exchequer.  Died  1600.  (Cooper,  11. 
164.) 

DODINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
July  10,  1668.  S.  of  Christopher,  Esq.,  of  Middlesex.  B. 
there.    Matric.  1669. 

DODDINGTON, .   Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1478-9. 

DODKIN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1577;  B.A.  1582-3.  V.  of  Studham,  Beds.,  1591. 
DODSLEY,  ALVERY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Apr.  27,  1728.  S.  of 

Robert,  of  Mansfield,  Notts.    Matric.  1728;  Scholar,  1729; 

M.B.  1734.  Adm.studentatLeyden,  Dec.  19, 1731.  Practised 

medicine  at  Nottingham.    Recorder  of  Nottingham.    Died 

Apr.  19,  1765.   (A.  Gray.) 

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DODSLEY,  GeRVASE 

DODSLEY,  GERVASE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1657.  Of  Nottinghamshire.  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A.  1678.  V.  of 
Laxton,  Notts.,  1663-75.  R.  of  Bilborough  with  Strelley, 
1674- 

DODSON,  see  also  DOBSON. 

DODSON,  BERRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  30, 
1741.  B.  at  Swavesey,  Cambs.  School,  St  Neots.  Matric. 
1741;  B.A.  1744-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim.  from 
Ely)  June  9,  1745;  priest  (Norwich)  May,  1746.  R.  of 
Thelveton,  Norfolk,  1750-74.  P.C.  of  Metfield,  Suffolk,  Mar. 
6,  1764.   (PeiU,  II.  242.) 

DODGSON,  CHARLES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  3, 
1741.  S.  of  Christopher  (1707),  clerk,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at 
Howden.  School,  Sherbum.  Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1746-7; 
M.A.  1758.  Ord.  deacon  (Hereford,  for  Norwich)  Mar.  15, 
1746-7;  priest  (Hereford)  Dec.  25,  1749.  Kept  a  school  at 
Stanwix,  Cumberland.  R.  of  Kirby  Wiske,  Vorks.,  1755-62. 
R.  of  Elsden,  Northumberland,  1761-5.  Chaplain  to  the 
Duke  of  Northumberland,  when  Lord  Lieutenant  of  Ireland. 
F.R.S.  1762.  Bishop  of  Ossory,  i765;andof  Elphin,  1775-95. 
Died  in  Dublin,  Jan.  21,  1795.  Will,  Dublin.  (Scott-Mayor, 
III.  519-) 

DODSON  or  DOBSON,  CHRISTOPHER  (1602),  see  DOBSON. 

DODSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1628;  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1631;  M.A.  1635. 

DODGSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  26,  1707.  S.  of  Christopher,  husbandman.  B.  at  Pay- 
thorn,  Settle,  Yorks.  School,  Bolton  (private).  Matric.  1707; 
B.A.  1710-1.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  25,  1710-1;  priest, 
Sept.  25,  1715.  V.  of  Gargrave,  Yorks.,  1717-37.  Buried 
there,  June  i,  1737.   Father  of  Charles  (above). 

DODGSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  May  19, 
1716.  S.  of  Robert,  husbandman,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at 
Gisbum.  School,  Threshfield.  Matric.  1716;  B.A.  1719-20. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Feb.  25,  1719-20;  priest,  June  4,  1721. 
One  of  these  names  V.  of  Airmin,  Yorks.,  in  1750.  Possibly 
of  Hurstpierpoint,  Sussex,  clerk.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1784. 

DODSON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  28, 1724. 
B.  in  London.   Matric.  1724.   Colleger  at  Eton,  1719-23. 

DODSON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  16, 
1629.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Sandiacre,  Derbs.  School,  Addley 
(?  Adderley,  Salop).  Matric.  1629.  Migrated  to  King's.  B.A. 
from  King's,  1632-3.    (Peile,  1.  400.) 

DODSON  or  DOBSON,  GERVASE.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi, 
1602;  B.A.  1602-3;  M.A.  1606.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  2; 
priest,  July  25,  1616.  Perhaps  Master  of  Wycombe  Grammar 
School,  Bucks.,  till  1646.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Atten- 
borough,  Notts.,  1625. 

DODGSON,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  May  26, 
1710.  S.  of  Edmund,  of  Casterton,  Westmorland.  B.  in 
Lancashire.  School,  Kirkby  Lonsdale.  Scholar,  1710-1; 
Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1713-4;  M.A.  1717.  Fellow,  1714  (election 
invalid).  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  1713;  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  1714. 
Chaplain  to  Earl  Stanhope.  V.  of  St  Ives,  Hunts.,  1717-35. 
R.  of  Yelling,  1722-35.   Died  Oct.  1735.   {Peile,  11.  174.) 

DODSON,  JEREMIAH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  22,  1689. 
Of  London.  Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1692-3;  M.A.  1696.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Sept.  19,  1697;  priest,  June  19,  1698. 

DODSON,  JEROME  or  JEREMY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  Sidney, 
Jan.  1, 1647-8.  S.  of  Gervase (?  i6o2),clerk,of  Minting,  Lines. 
School,  Repton.  Probably  R.  of  St  Catherine  Coleman, 
London,  1665-92.  Died  1692.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1695;  as 
Jeremiah. 

DODGSON,  JOHN.   M.A.  1534-5. 

DODGSON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1614- 

B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621. 
DODSON  or  DOBSON,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 

Sept.  16,  1640.   S.  of  Robert,  of  Cammeringham,  Lines.   B. 

there.   School,  Saxby,  Lines,  (private). 
DODSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  12,  1672.  Matric. 

1672;  B.A.   1673-4.    V.  of  Gt  Stukeley,  Hunts.,  1675-90. 

Died  1690. 
DODGSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Christ's,  May  16,  1728. 

Matric.  1728;  M.A.  1728  (Lit.  Reg.). 
DODSON,  MILES.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Lent,   1607-8. 

S.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  Kirkby  Overblow,  Yorks.    Adm.  at 

Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  1608.    Died  Sept.  19,  1657.   Will  (P.C.C.) 

1658;  of  Kirkby  Overblow,  Esq.    Father  of  Peter  (1636  . 

(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DODSON,  MILES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  June  2, 
1646.  Of  London.  School,  St  Saviour's.  Scholar,  1647; 
Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1649-50. 

DODSON,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  1628. 
Matric.  1628,  as  'Matthew';  B.A.  i63i-«;  M.A.  1635. 


DoDswoRTH,  John 

DODSON,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  29, 
1636.  S.  of  Miles  (1607-8),  Esq.,  of  Kirkby  Overblow,  Yorks. 
B.  at  Leathley,  Yorks.  School,  Ripon.  Matric.  1636.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  13, 1638.  Died  before  his  father.  (F.M.G. ; 
M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DODSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1581;  B.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1583-4;  M.A.  1587.  Ord.  priest 
(Peterb.)  Dec.  12,  1585.  Doubtless  R.  of  Kirkby  Overblow, 
Yorks.,  1589-1613.  Died  1613.  Will  (York)  Jan.  1612-3. 

DODGSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  8, 
1725-6.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  York.  School,  Leeds.  Matric. 
1726;  Scholar,  1729;  B.A.  1729-30;  M.A.  1734.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1734.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  July,  1731;  priest,  Aug. 
1733.  V.  of  Headingley,  1732-51.  V.  of  Calverley,  Yorks., 
Apr.  5,  1742-7.    (Peile,  11.  211.) 

DODSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1520;  B.A.  1524-5.   Died  fellow  of  the  College. 

DODSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.sizaratQuEENs',  Easter,  1585.  (Per- 
haps adm.  at  Peterhouse,  1584.)  Of  Lancashire.  B.A.  1586-7; 
M.A.  1590.  R.  of  Goodmanham,  Yorks.,  1592-1612.  Author, 
Sermon.  Admon.  (York)  1612.  Brother  of  Richard  (1581). 
(Cooper,  III.  15.) 

DODSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  June  30,  1623. 
S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Cambridge.  School,  Perse.  Matric.  1623; 
B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.  Probably  C.  of  Fen  Drayton, 
Cambs.,  1638-40.  Leased  the  rectory  of  Hapton,  Norfolk, 
1642-56.  Resided  and  served  the  cure  there.  Probably  died 
about  1656.    (Peile,  i.  353.) 

DODSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  13,  1658; 
afterwards  Fell.-Com.  1658.  One  of  these  names  M.P.  for 
Liskeard,  1701-7;  died  Sept.  11,  1707.  Or  he  may  be  a  s.  of 
Peter  (1636),  of  Kirkby  Overblow,  gent.  Will  Feb.  7, 1706-7. 

DODSWORTH,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  22,  1654.  S.  of  Anthony,  of  Stranton,  near  Hartlepool, 
Durham.  B.  there.  Bapt.  there,  Oct.  11,  1638.  School, 
Cheesebum  Grange,  near  Newcastle.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  1656. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  28,  1656.  Married,  at  St  Nicholas, 
Newcastle,  Apr.  15, 1662,  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Henry  Maddison, 
merchant.  Mayor  of  Hartlepool,  1672.  Living  in  St  Oswald's 
parish,  Durham,  1684.  Buried  there,  Nov.  13,  1685.  (Surtees' 
Durham,  iii.  123;  Vis.  of  Durham,  1666;  Peile,  1.  562; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 

DODSWORTH,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
Apr.  12,  1665.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Dunsforth,  Yorks.  School, 
Ripon.   Matric.  1665. 

DODSWORTH,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  May 
18,  1618.  Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Well,  Yorks.  B.  in 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1618;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Master 
of  Well  Hospital.  Buried  there  July  20,  1650.  Brother  of 
John  (1612).    (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DODSWORTH,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1615.  S.  of  Matthew  (1565).  Bapt.  at  Holy  Trinity, 
Goodramgate,  York,  Feb.  3,  1595-6.  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A. 
1622.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1622;  priest,  Dec.  1625. 
R.  of  Badsworth,  Yorks.,  1625-55.  Married  Isabel,  dau.  of 
Thomas  Wood,  R.  of  Badsworth.  Father  of  Matthew  (1671). 
(F.M.G.  419;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1666.) 

DODSWORTH,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1571.  3rd  s.  of  John,  gent,  of  Thornton  Watlass,  Yorks. 
School,  Newburgh.  Migrated  to  Caius,  July  15,  1573,  age  18. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  from  Staple's  Inn,  1575.  Died  s.p. 
Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1577;  granted  to  his  father.  (Venn,  i.  73; 
Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1585.) 

DODSWORTH,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  1714.  B.  in  London,  1698.  Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9; 
M.A.  1722.  Fellow,  1718.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  10, 1722-3; 
priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1723.  Died  in  College,  Dec.  3,  1726. 
(Harwood.) 

DODSWORTH,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June 
I,  1748.  S.  of  John  Henry  (1712).  B.  at  Thornton  Watlass, 
Yorks.  Bapt.  there,  June  6,  1731.  Schools,  Beverley  and 
Sedbergh.  Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1752;  M.A.  1755.  Ord.  priest 
(York)  Sept.  21,  1755.  Preb.  of  York,  1755-1806.  V.  of 
Silkstone,  Yorks.,  1756-7.  R.  of  Hollingboume,  Kent,  1757- 
74.  V.  of  Minster,  1757-88.  Treasurer  of  Salisbury,  1760- 
1806.  V.  of  Dodington,  Kent,  1773-1806.  Died  Oct.  18, 
1806.  Buried  at  Dodington.  (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  578;  M.  H. 
Peacock.) 

DODSWORTH,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity, 
May  5,  1739.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Scarborough,  Yorks.  School, 
Beverley  (Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1739;  Scholar,  1742;  B.A. 
1742-3.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  19,  1742;  priest  (York) 
May  20,  1744.  R.  of  Cowlam,  Yorks.,  1757-64.  V.  (or  C.)  of 
Scalby.  Married,  at  St  Mary's,  Scarborough,  Dec.  30,  1749, 
Dorothy  Bell.  Died  at  Scarborough,  Aug.  i,  1791.  Will, 
P.C.C.   (G.  Mag.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DODSWORTH,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  c.  1590-1. 


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DoDSWORTH,  John 

DODSWORTH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  Jan.  23,  1612-3. 
Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Jolm,  of  Thornton  Watlass,  Yorks., 
Esq.  Bapt.  there,  Mar.  4,  1595-6.  Matric.  1613.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Mar.  24^  1623-4.  Of  Thornton  Watlass,  Esq.; 
age  70  in  1665.  Married,  at  Richmond,  Yorks.,  Frances, 
dau.  of  Sir  Timothy  Hutton,  of  Marsk.  Buried  at  Thornton, 
June  20,  1670.  Father  of  the  next,  and  of  Timothy  (1637). 
(Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

DODSWORTH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  8, 
1635.  S.  of  John  (above).  B.  at  Thornton  Watlass,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  there,  June  15,  1617.  Schools,  Barton  (Mr  Taylor)  and 
Osmotherly  (Mr  Walker),  Lanes.  Matric.  1635.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  May  19,  1637.  Married  Frances,  dau.  of  Sir  John 
Lowther,  of  Lowther,  Westmorland.  Died  in  his  father's  life- 
time. Buried  at  Thornton  Watlass,  Jan.  29,  1 661-2.  WUl 
(York)  1661-2.  Brother  of  Timothy  (1637).   (Vis.  of  Yorks.) 

DODSWORTH,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Christ's, 
Feb.  10,  1664-5.  Elder  s.  of  John  (above).  B.  at  Thornton 
Watlass,  Yorks.  School,  Bedale.  Matric.  1665.  Buried  at 
Thornton  Watlass,  May  3,  1673.  WUl,  York.  Father  of  John 
Henry.    (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665;  Peile,  1  615;  F.M.G.) 

DODSWORTH,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
June  10,  1672.  S.  of  George,  yeoman,  of  Aysgarth,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  i58o. 

DODSWORTH,  JOHN.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  7, 
1737-8.  Of  Thornton  Watlass,  Yorks.  S.  of  John  Henry 
(1712).   Bapt.  Jan.  2,  1719-20.  Died  v.p. 

DODSWORTH,  JOHN  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
June  18,  1712.  S.  of  John  (1664-5),  of  Thornton  Watlass, 
Yorks.  School,  Westminster.  Scholar,  1713.  Will  (York) 
1762.   Father  of  John  (1737-8).   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DODSWORTH,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1565,  as  Dodgworth.  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1573. 
S.  of  Simon,  of  Settrington,  Yorks.  Lived  in  S.  Belfrey's, 
York.  Chancellor  to  Toby  Matthew,  Archbishop  of  York. 
Died  at  Slingsby,  c.  1628.  Admon.  (York)  1631.  Father  of 
Edward  (1615).    (F.M.G.  419;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1666.) 

DODSWORTH,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  30, 1671.  S.  of  Edward  (1615),  R.  of  Badsworth,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  Bapt.  Nov.  8,  1653.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric. 
1671;  B.A.  1674-5;  M.A.  1678.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1675. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  20,  1675-6;  priest  (York)  Sept. 
1682.   R.  of  Sessay,  Yorks.,  1690-7.   Died  1697.   (J.Foster.) 

DODSWORTH,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1618. 

DODSWORTH,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1628. 
DODSWORTH,  RAMSDEN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  8,  1709. 

Of  Yorkshire.    Matric.  1709;  Rustat  Scholar;  B.A.  1712-3; 

M.A.  1716.   Fellow,  1716-42.   Ord.  priest  (York)  June,  1718. 

R.  of  Harlton,  Cambs.,  1722.    V.  of  All  Saints',  Cambridge, 

1729.  R.  of  Trowbridge,  Wilts.,  1741.   Chaplain  to  the  Duke 

of  Somerset.    Died  1763.    (A.  Gray.) 

DODSWORTH,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
16,1634.  S.  of  Roger  the  antiquary.  B.  at  Preston.  Schools, 
Preston  and  Westminster.  Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8.  V.  of 
Barton-on-Humber,  Lines.,  1642.  R.  of  Burton  by  Lincoln, 
1642.  Buried  at  Fishlake,  Yorks.,  Jan.  7,  1645-6.  (Vis.  of 
Yorks.,  1666;  Peile,  i.  431.) 

DODSWORTH,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  21,  1666.  S.  of  Rowland,  deceased,  of  Barton,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Brignall.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  1670-1;  priest,  Dec.  1674. 

DODSWORTH,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Pembroke, 
June  28,  1673.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Burton,  Lines.,  clerk. 
Matric.  1674.  One  of  these  names,  of  St  Clement  Danes, 
London,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1674.  {Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1666.) 

DODSWORTH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  Feb.  18, 
1664-5.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Barton,  Yorks. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Dec.  9,  1667.  Age  19  in  1666.  Died  s.p. 
Sept.  28,  1680.  Buried  at  Barton  St  Cuthbert's.  (Vis.  of 
Yorks.,  1666.) 

DODSWORTH,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May 
6,  1637.  S.  of  John  (1612),  Esq.  B.  at  Thornton  Watlass, 
Yorks.  Bapt.  there,  Jan.  i,  1621-2.  School,  Ripon  (Mr 
Palmes).  Matric.  1637.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  23,  1639- 
40.  Of  Masham,  Yorks.  Servant  to  the  Lord  Deputy 
Wandesford  in  Ireland.  Died  before  1673.  Brother  of  John 
(1635). 

DODSWORTH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's. 
Jan.  17, 1638-9.  S.  of  Robert,  maltster,  of  Richmond,  Yorks. 
B.  there.  School,  Richmond.  Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3; 
M.A.  1646.  One  of  these  names  licensed  schoolmaster  at 
Bassingboume,  Cambs.,  Oct.  1662. 


DoLBEN,  William 

DODSWORTH,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
May  9,  1726.  S.  of  James,  druggist,  of  York.  School,  York 
(Mr  Herbert).  Matric.  1726;  Scholar,  1728;  B.A.  1729-30; 
M.A.  1733.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1733.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
June  13,  1731;  priest  (York)  Aug.  5,  1733.  V.  of  AU  Saints 
Pavement,  York;  and  P.C.  of  St  Olave's,  1733. 

DODYCH  or  DODYKE,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1511-2. 

DOE,  see  DOO. 

DOELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Gonville  Hall,  Easter, 
1544- 

DOFFY,  WILFRID.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  24,  1597. 

DOGGE,  EDWARD.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1628. 

DOGGET,  see  also  DOCKET  and  DUCKET. 

DOGGET,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Jan. 
27,  1654-5.  .S.  of  WilMam,  woollendraper,  of  Ipswich.  B. 
there.  School,  Westminster  (private;  Mr  Crouch).  Matric. 
i655;B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662.  C.  and  schoolmaster  at  Stoke, 
Sufiolk,  1662. 

DOGGET,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1451. 
B.  at  Sherborne,  Dorset;  a  nephew  of  Cardinal  Bourchier. 
B.A.  1455;  M.A.  1459;  B.D.  1462-3;  D.D.  1471-2;  LL.D. 
(Bologna);  grace  for  incorporation  at  Cambridge,  1489;  D.D. 
(Oxford).  FeUow  of  King's.  Provost,  1499-1501.  Ord.  sub- 
deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  22,  1459;  priest,  Mar.  29,  1460.  Preb.  of 
Sarum,  1474-86.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1474-1501.  Preb.  of 
Southwell,  1475-89.  R.  of  Eastbourne,  Sussex,  1478.  Am- 
bassador to  the  pope,  1479.  Treasurer  of  Chichester,  1479- 
1501.  Missioner  to  the  King  of  Denmark,  1480.  Chancellor 
of  Sarum,  1486-1501;  and  of  Lichfield,  1489-1501.  Died 
Apr.  1501.  Buried  in  Salisbury  Cathedral.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1501;  left  all  his  books  of  canon  and  civil  law  to  King's 
College.  (Cooper,  i.  5 ;  D.N.B. ;  H.  G.  Harrison ;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

DOGGET,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  3,  1626. 
Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Boxford,  Suffolk,  gent.  B.  1608. 
Matric.  1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633.  (Suff.  Man.  Fam., 
I.  344-) 

DOGGIT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1611. 
One  of  these  names  s.  and  h.  of  William,  late  of  Boxford, 
Sufiolk,  gent.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Mar.  26,  1614.  Of 
Boxford,  gent.;  married  and  had  issue.  Probably  father  of 
the  next.   (Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  i.  344.) 

DOGGETT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1636.  Of  Sufiolk.  Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  above.  B.  at 
Groton,  Sufiolk,  1618.  Bapt.  there,  Jan.  5,  1618-9.  B.A. 
1639-40; M.A.  1643. 

DOGET, .  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1475-6. 

DOGETT, .  B.A.  1513-4;  M.A.  1522-3,  Probably  Thomas ; 

wUl  proved  (V.C.C.)  1529. 

DOGMANTON, .   M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1476-7. 

DOGYN  or  DOGION,  GEORGE.  B.A.  1525-6;  M.A.  of  Paris. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1542.  Preb.  of  Bristol,  1542.  Precentor 
of  Wells,  1543.  R.  of  Long  Langton,  Dorset,  1546-9.  R.  of 
Welford,  Berks.,  1547.  V.  of  Chew  Magna,  Somerset,  1552. 
Died  Dec.  14,  1552.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DOILLONEUS,  DANIEL  (1682-3),  see  DAILLONIUS. 

DOLBEN,  DAVID.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1602. 
S.  of  Robert  Wynn  Dolben.  B.  at  Llanrhaiadr,  Denbigh. 
B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609;  D.D.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Sept.  23;  priest,  Dec.  23,  1610.  V.  of  Hackney,  Middlesex, 
1619-33.  V.  of  Llangemyw,  Denbigh,  1621.  Preb.  of  St 
Asaph,  1625.  Bishopof  Bangor,  1631-3.  Died  Nov.  27,  1633, 
in  London.  Buried  at  Hackney.  M.I.  there.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(D.N.B.) 

DOLBEN  or  DOULBEN,  DAVID.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Mag- 
dalene, Dec.  16,  1704.  S.  of  Hugh.  B.  at  Llanganaval, 
Denbigh.  School,  Ruthin.  Matric.  1705;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A. 
1712. 

DOULBEN,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1612. 

DOLBEN,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  King's,  1748.  S.  of  Thomas, 
V.  of  Wendover,  Bucks.  Colleger  at  Eton,  1707-11.  Matric. 
from  Lincoln  College,  Oxford,  Jan.  14,  1712-3,  age  18; 
B.A.  (Oxford)  1716.  V.  of  Stoke  Poges,  Bucks.,  1726-54- 
Perhaps  minor  canon  of  Windsor.  Died  Sept.  5,  1754 
(Al.  Oxon.;  according  to  Lipscomb,  iv.  563,  the  father's 
original  name  was  Dally.) 

DOLBEN,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1614.  Incorp.  from  Oxford.  S.  of 
John,  of  Haverfordwest,  Pembs.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Feb.  lo,  1603-4,  age  16;  B.A. 
1607;  M.A.  from  All  Souls',  1610;  B.D.  1617;  D.D.  1619. 
R.  of  Stackpole  Elidor,  Pembs.,  1616;  of  Lawrenny,  1620; 
of  Llanynys,  Denbigh,  1623;  of  Stanwick  and  Benefield, 
Northants.,  1623.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1629-31.  Married 
Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Hugh  Williams,  of  Co.  Carnarvon.  Buned 
at  Stanwick,  Sept.  19,  1631.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father  of  John, 
Archbishop  of  York.    (Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 


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Dolby,  Chapman 

DOLBY,  see  also  DALBY. 

DOLBY,  CHAPMAN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Sept.  23,  1693.  Of 
Ilston,  Leics.  Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1697-8;  M.A.  1727.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1700;  priest  (Peterb.)  June  3, 
1705.  R.  of  Burton  Overy,  Leics.,  1710-42.  R.  of  Arthing- 
worth,  Northants.,  1727-42.  Died  May  10,  1742,  aged  68. 
M.L  at  Burton.   (Nichols,  n.  534;  H.  L  Longden.) 

DOLITTLE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  June 
7,  1649.  S.  of  Anthony,  of  Kidderminster,  Worcs.,  glover. 
Matric.  1649;  B.A.  1652-3;  M.A.  1656.  Received  presbyterian 
orders.  R.  of  St  Alphage,  London  Wall,  1653-62;  ejected. 
Afterwards  kept  a  school  at  Bunhill  Fields,  and  elsewhere. 
Licensed  preacher  from  1689.  Author.  Died  May  24,  1707. 
(Calamy,  1.  82;  D.N.B.) 

DOELITTLE, .  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1677. 

D'OLIVE  or  DOLLEFE,  JOHN.  B.A.  (?  1602-3);  M.A.  from 
King's,  1606.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Feb.  28, 
1612-3.    R.  of  Ruckland  with  Worlaby,  Lines.,  1614-25. 

DOLLEG,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1616; 
B.A.  1618-9. 

DOLLIN,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1580; 
B.A.  1584-5;  M.A.  1588.  Fellow,  till  1590.  Conduct  of  the 
College. 

DOLLYNG, .   B.A.  1523-4. 

DOLLOND,  SIMON  (1584),  see  DALLAND. 

DOLMAN,  see  also  DOWMAN. 

DOLMAN  or  DOWLMAN,  ALBAN,  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1554;  Scholar,  1554.   Ord.  acolyte  (London)  1557-8. 

DOLMAN,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1564. 

DOLMAN,  JOHN  (1488),  see  DOWMAN. 

DOLMAN,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1577-8.  S. 
of  Thomas  (1544),  of  Pocklington,  Yorks.,  J.P.  Probably  adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  from  Staple  Inn,  1580.  Died  Oct.  20,  1623. 
Brother  of  Robert  (1575)  and  Peter  (1581).  {Vis.  of  Yorks., 
1 61 2;  Burke,  L.G.,  whose  account  of  this  family  differs  from 
that  of  the  Surtees  Soc.  where  two  generations  are  apparently 
confused.) 

DOLMAN,  JOHN.  Incorp.  M.A.  1716,  from  New  Inn  Hall, 
Oxford.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  of  Aldridge,  Staffs.,  clerk.  Matric. 
from  New  Inn  Hall,  Oxford,  June  i,  1703,  age  16;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1706-7;  M.A.  1710.  R.  of  Aldridge,  Staffs.,  1718-46. 
Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1721-4.  Married  Margaret,  dau.  of 
William  Bendy,  of  Short  End.  Died  Nov.  19,  1746.  Buried 
at  Aldridge.    (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DOLEMAN,  MARMADUKE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1616.  One  of  these  names  s.  of  Marmaduke.  Of 
Bottesford,  Lines.,  gent.  Royalist.  Estates  confiscated  in 
1652.  Buriedat  Bottesford,  Dec.  20,  1654.  (Lines.  Pedigrees.) 

DOLMAN,  PETER.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1581. 

S.  of  Thomas  (1544),  of  Kilpin  and  Pocklington,  Yorks., 

Esq.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  10,  1584-5.   Barrister,  1591. 

Succeeded  to  his  father's  estates.   Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of 

archdeacon  Richard  Remington.    Died  Dec.  13,  1621.    M.I. 

at  Howden.    Brother  of  John  (1577-8)  and  Robert  (1575). 

(Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1612,  1665;  Hunter,  S.  Yorks.,  11.  437;  M.  H. 

Peacock.) 
DOLMAN  or  DOMAN,  RALPH.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 

c.   1590.    Doubtless  s.  of  Robert  Dolman,  of  Pocklington. 

Bapt.  Jan.  7,  1570-1.   V.  of  Everingham,  Yorks.,  1601-18. 

Buried  there  Dec.  26,  1618.   (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1612.) 

DOLMAN,  RO.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1550. 

DOLMAN,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1575. 

S.  of  Thomas  (1544),  of  Pocklington,  J.P.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 

from  Staple  Inn,  1579.  Knighted,  1604.  Died  Mar.  15, 1627-8. 

Brother  of  John  (1577-8)  and  Peter  (1581).    (Burke,  L.G.; 

Hunter,  S.  Yorks.,  11.  437.) 
DOLMAN,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1544. 

Doubtless  s.  of  William,  of  Pocklington,  Yorks.;  age  23  in 

1546-7.    J.P.  1584.    Buried  at  Pocklington,  Mar.  31,  1589. 

M.I.  Fatherof  Peter  (1581),  John  (1577-S)  and  Robert  (1575). 

(M.  H.  Peacock.) 
DOLPHIN,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall,  Oct.  24, 

1751.  Doubtless  s.  of  Henry,  of  Stafford,  Esq.  School,  Eton. 

High  Sheriff  of  Staffs.,  1760.   Of  Shenstone,  Staffs,  and  of 

Eyford,  Gloucs.    (Shaw,  Staffs.,  11.  49.) 
DOLSTON,  see  DALSTON  and  DALTON. 
DOMELAW,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1609. 

S.  of  John,  vintner.   B.  in  St  Dunstan-in-the-East,  London. 

B.A.  1612;  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1616;  B.D.  1624;  D.D. 

1636.   Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1617-31.   Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1617.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  Dec.  20,  1618,  age  25, 

R.  of  Hambledon,  Bucks.,  1631-40.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1640. 


DoNNE,  Gabriel 

DOMETT,  PHILOBETH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  27, 
1727-8.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  'Coust,'  Dorset.  School, 
Crewkeme,  Somerset  (Mr  Smith).  Matric.  1728;  B.A.  1731-2; 
M.A.  1767.  V.  of  Axminster,  Devon.  V.  of  Bovey  Tracy. 
Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1780. 

DOMMETT,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  July  4,  1682. 
S.  of  John.  B.  at  Hawkhurst,  Kent.  School,  Hawkhurst. 
Matric.  1684;  B.A.  1685-6.  Subscribed  for  deacon  and  priest 
(Bristol)  1690-1.  R.  of  Burstock,  Dorset,  1690-6.  R.  of 
Combe  St  Michael,  Somerset,  1695-9.  Died  1699.  (F.  S. 
Hockaday;  Peile,  11.  89.) 

DOMINIS,  MARCO  ANTON  DE.  Incorp.  from  Padua,  1617. 
B.  in  the  Isle  of  Arbe,  Dalmatia,  in  1566.  Professor  of 
mathematics  at  Padua.  Bishop  of  Segni,  Venice.  Late 
Archbishop  of  Spalato.  Fled  to  England,  in  1616.  Dean  of 
Windsor  and  Wolverhampton,  1618-22.  Master  of  the  Savoy. 
V.  of  West  Ilsley,  Berks.  Left  England  in  1622.  Imprisoned 
by  the  Inquisition,  and  died  in  1624.  His  body  was  burned 
as  that  of  a  relapsed  heretic.  Author.  (D.A^.B. ;  J.  M.  Neale, 
Notes  on  Dalmatia.) 

DOMVILE,  see  also  DUMVELL. 

DOMVILE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Aug.  4, 
1648.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Lymm,  Cheshire.  B.  there.  School, 
Anderton.  Matric.  1648;  M.B.  1654.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
June  23,  1648.   Died  Dec.  1663.   (Peile,  1.  523.) 

DOMVILL,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Mar.  30, 
1665.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Lymm,  Cheshire.  Bapt.  there, 
Feb.  8,  1648-9.  School,  Lymm.  Matric.  1665.  Buried  Oct. 
24,  1688.   (Venn,  1.  425;  Ormerod,  i.  582.) 

DONATT,  MATTHEW,  see  DANNETT. 

DONATT, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1544. 

DONELLAN,  NEHEMIAH,  see  DANIEL. 

DONER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  siz,ir  (age  22)  at  Magdalene, 
May  27,  1670.  S.  of  Henry,  surgeon,  of  Wakefield.  School, 
Edinbvirgh.  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1677.  Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Sept.  21,  1673;  priest,  June,  1674. 

DONGWORTH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Magdalene, 
Sept.  28,  1722.  S.  of  Richard,  R.  of  Burton-Coggles,  Lines. 
School,  Eton.  Colleger,  1718-22.  Matric.  1723;  B.A.  1726-7; 
M.A.  1730.  Fellow,  1728.  Master  of  Durham  Grammar 
School,  1732.  V.  of  Gillingham,  Durham,  1733-60.  P.C.  of 
Whitworth,  1755-60.  Married  Catherine,  dau.  of  John 
Cosens,  of  Waltham  Cross,  Herts.  Died  Feb.  24,  1761. 
Buried  in  Durham  Cathedral.   (G.  Mag. ;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

DUNGWORTH, .   Adm.  at  Magdalene,  July  5,  1680. 

DONHALT  or  DOWNHALL,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Trinity,  Easter,  1608.  Of  Northamptonshire.  B.A.  1611-2; 
M.A.  from  St  John's,  1615;  B.D.  1622;  D.D.  1660  (Lit.  Reg.). 
Fellow  of  St  John's,  1614.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  14, 
1620.  R.  of  Toft,  Cambs.,  1622.  V.  of  St  Ives,  Hunts.,  1631- 
43;  sequestered.  Archdeacon  of  Huntingdon,  1667-9.  Died 
Dec.  1669.   Wm  (P.C.C.)  1670. 

DONMOW,  see  DUNMOW. 

DONNE,  see  also  DUNN. 

DONNE,  DANIEL.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1613-4;  M.A.  from 
Christ's,  1617.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  22;  priest,  Sept. 
23,  i6i6.  R.  of  Ickburgh,  Norfolk,  1626-7.  V.  of  Besthorpe, 
1630-46.  R.  of  Caldecot,  1636.  Died  1646.  (Peile,  i.  282.) 
Perhaps  R.  of  St  Benet,  Gracechurch  St,  1637-45;  and  s.  of 
John  (1574-5)-   Buried  there  Sept.  29,  1645.    (J.  Ch.  Smith). 

DONNE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1623. 
S.  of  Marmaduke,  clerk.  B.  in  London  (Gracechurch  Street, 
Little  St  Benet's).  Migrated  as  pens,  to  Christ's,  Oct.  18, 
1624.  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  B.A.  1625-6.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  May,  1627,  age  24.  (Peile,  1.  362.) 

DONNE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  28,  1682. 
S.  and  h.  of  Edward,  of  Place  Court,  Salop,  Esq.  Adm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1682.   Father  of  the  next. 

DONNE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  14,  1705.  Of 
Place  Court,  Salop.  S.  of  the  above.  Matric.  1705;  LL.B. 
1711;  LL.D.  1722.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1705.  Preb. 
of  Canterbury,  1734.  R.  of  All  Hallows,  Lombard  Street, 
1738-46.  Married  Ann,  dau.  of  Thomas  Mulso.  Died  Jan.  15, 
1745-61  aged  58.  Buried  in  Canterbury  Cathedral.  M.I. 
there.    (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DONNE,  GABRIEL.  Cistercian  monk.  Studied  at  Trinity 
Hall.  B.D.  of  Oxford,  1521.  S.  of  Angel  Dun,  alderman,  of 
London;  whose  wiU  (P.C.C.)  1506.  Of  the  house  of  Stratford 
Langthome,  Essex.  Author  of  the  plot  to  arrest  Tyndale 
at  Louvain.  Returned  to  England,  June,  1535,  and  was  made 
abbot  of  BuckfasUeigh,  Devon,  1536;  surrendered,  1539  and 
received  a  pension  of  £120  per  annum.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's, 
1541.  R.  of  Stepney,  1544.  Official  of  Archbishop  Cranmer, 
1549.  Died  Dec.  5,  1558.  Buried  in  St  Paul's  Cathedral. 
Benefactor  to  Trinity  Hall,  by  the  foundation  of  a  scholarship. 
Will  (P.C.C).  (H.  G.  Harrison;  J.  Ch.  Smith;  Cooper,  1. 186.) 


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Donne,  George 
donne,  george.  b.a.  1484-5- 

DONNE,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1574-5-  One  of  these 
names,  'M.A.',  R.  of  St  Olave,  SUver  St,  London,  1590-2. 
R.  of  St  Benet's,  Gracechurch  St,  1592-1636.  Died  1636. 
WiU  (Cons.  C.  London)  1636.  Probably  father  of  Daniel 
(1613-4).    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DONNE,  JOHN.  D.D.  1615  (LU.  Reg.;  degree  not  recorded. 
Said  to  have  been  urged  by  the  King  on  his  visit,  but  refused. 
Afterwards  enforced  by  mandate.  See  Cooper,  Annals,  in. 
74.).  Matric.  from  Hart  Hall,  Oxford,  Oct.  23,  1584,  age  11. 
S.  of  John,  citizen  of  London.  Created  M.A.  1610.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  1592.  After  a  gay  life  in  London  he  was 
ordained  c.  1615.  Chaplain  to  James  I.  R.  of  Keyston, 
Hunts.,  1616.  R.  of  Sevenoaks,  1616-31.  Preacher  of 
Lincoln's  Inn,  1616-22.  Dean  of  St  Paul's,  1621-31.  R.  of 
Blunham,  Beds.,  1622.  V.  of  St  Dunstan-m-the-West, 
1624-31.  Celebrated  preacher  and  poet.  Died  Mar.  31,  1631. 
Buried  in  St  Paul's  Cathedral.  M.I.  there.  WiU,  P.C.C. 
{D.N.B.) 

DONNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Lent,  1618-9.  Of 
Salop.  B.A.  1622-3.  Perhaps  R.  of  Pertenhall,  Beds.; 
ejected,  1662.    {Calamy,  i.  223.) 

DONNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs.  1696; 
B.A.  1696-7.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  John,  of  Yeddingham, 
Yorks.,  clerk,  matric.  from  University  College,  Oxford,  Feb. 
25,  1692-3,  age  17.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Jan.  1700-1;  priest, 
1701.    V.  of  Yeddingham,  1701.    \Al.  Oxon.) 

DONN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  30, 
1707.  S.  of  William  (1662),  V.  of  Seaton,  Yorks.  B.  at 
Pocklington,  Yorks.  School,  Pocklington.  Matric.  1707; 
B.A.  1710-1.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  21,  1718.  Usher  of 
Pocklington  School,  1710-45.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DONN,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  i,  1695.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1698-9.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
May,  1700;  priest,  1700-1. 

DONNE,  ROBERT.  -Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Oct.  9,  1725- 
S.  of  Thomas  (1695),  of  Sculthorpe,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Thelnetham  (private)  and  Norwich.  Scholar,  1725- 
9;  Matric.  1726;  B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1730-1.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1733;  priest.  Mar.  10,  1733-4-  R-  oi 
Thomham,  Norfolk,  1733-9;  of  Titchwell,  i734;  and  o* 
Sculthorpe,  1739-65.  Buried  at  Isleworth,  Midds.,  Oct.  11, 
1765.  M.I.  Will,  P.C.C.  (Venn,  11.  24;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DONNE,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Mar.  24, 1718-9- 
S.  of  Roger,  gent.,  of  Waxham,  Norfolk.  B.  in  Yarmouth. 
Bapt.  Apr.  23, 1702.  School,  Norwich.  Matric.  1719;  Scholar, 
1719-21;  B.A.  1722-3;  M.A.  1730.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 
Mar.  1727-8.  R.  of  Catfield,  Norfolk,  1732-73-  P-C-  of 
Ingham,  1732-73.  V.  of  Happisburgh,  1759-73-  Died  July 
13,  1773-  His  sister,  Anne,  was  mother  of  the  poet  Cowper. 
{Venn,  11.  11.) 
DONNE,  THOMAS.   'B.A.  Cambridge,'  supp.  for  incorporation 

at  Oxford,  1543-4. 
DONNE,  THOMAS.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.),  as  B.A.  of 

St  John's  College,  June  29, 1603. 
DONNE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  12, 1695. 
S.  of  Robert,  attorney,  of  South  Creake,  Norfolk.    B.  at 
Edgefield.    Schools,  Holt  and  Lynn.    Scholar,  1695-1703; 
Matric.    1696;   B.A.   1699-1700;   M.A.    1703.    Ord.   deacon 
(Norwich)  June,  1704;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1705.    R-  of  Scul- 
thorpe, 1705-39;  and  of  Tittleshall.    R.  of  South  Creake, 
1710-39.   Died  June  5,  1739.   M.I.  at  Sculthorpe.   Father  of 
Robert  (1725).    {Venn,  i.  497.) 
DONE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Oct.  13,  1703. 
B.  in  London.   Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  late  of  Gray's 
Inn,  Esq.,  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1705. 
DONNE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1624. 
DONN,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  24)  at  St  John's,  June  6, 
1662.    S.  of  William,  of  Lockton,  near  Pickering,  Yorks. 
B.  there.   School,  Levisham.  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  1670.   Ord. 
deacon  (York)  June,  1667;  priest,  June,  1669.   V.  of  Seaton 
Ross,    Yorks.     Usher   of    Pocklington   School,    1662-1710. 
Buried  Oct.  2,  1710.   Father  of  William  (1692)  and  Richard 
(1707).   {Yorks.  Arch.  Journal,  xiv.  113;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 
DONNE,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  17,  1683. 
Of  Durham.  B.A.  1687-8;  M.A.  1691.  V.  of  Frampton-upon- 
Sevem,  GIoucs.,  1692-7. 
DONNE,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1686.    B.  at  Ness,  Salop.   Matric.  1687;  B.A.  1690-1;  M.A. 
1694.   Fellow,  1690.   Proctor,  1715-   Died  May  19,  i737- 
DONNE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  23, 
1692.  S.  of  William  (1662),  clerk.   B.  at  Pocklington,  Yorks. 
Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1695-6.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  20, 
1697;  priest  (York)  June,  1699.   Brother  of  Richard  (1707)- 


DoRiNGTON,  Ambrose 

DONNELL,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Sept  1590. 
S.  of  Robert  (next).  B.  at  Birdbrook,  Essex.  School,  Haverhill, 
Suffolk.   Scholar,  1591;  Matric.  c.  1593,  as  'Dontrell';  B.A. 
1594-5;  M.A.  1598.   Probably  V.  of  Bulmer,  Essex,  1603. 
DONNELL,    ROBERT.     Matric.   sizar   from   St   Catharine's, 
Michs.  1564;  B.A.  from  Caius,  1568-9.    Perhaps  M.A.  from 
St  Catharine's,  1572,  as  'Dunning.'   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Apr. 
21,    1570.     R.   of   Birdbrook,   Essex,    1572-1601.    Admon. 
(P.C.C.)  Aug.  1601.   Father  of  John,  above. 
DONNELL,   THOMAS.     Probably  scholar  of  Christ's,   1539; 
B.A.  1540-1;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1544-5-   Incorp.  at  Cambridge, 
1546.  B.D.  (Cambridge)  1549-  An  original  fellow  of  Trinity, 
1546.   R.  of  Toppesfield,  Essex,  1551;  deprived,  1554;  rein- 
stated,  1558.    An  exile  at  Frankfort  under  Queen  Mary. 
R.   of  Birdbrook,   Essex,   1559-    Died   Feb.   1571-2-    Will 
(Cons.  C.  London)  1572.   {Cooper,  n.  532.) 
DONNELL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Aug.  3, 1594- 
DONNING,  LANCELOT,  see  DUNNING. 

DONNINGTON, .   A  friar.    D.D.  1482. 

DONNISON,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Feb.  4, 
1722-3.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Gateshead,  Durham.  School, 
Sedbergh.  Scholar,  1723  till  1724;  Matric.  1723- 
DONNITHORNE,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Feb.  8,  1727-8.  S.  of  Nicholas,  of  St  Agnes,  Cornwall,  gent. 
Matric.  1728;  B.A.  1731-2;  M.A.  i735-  Ord.  deacon  (Nor- 
wich) June,  1734;  priest,  Oct.  i735-  Of  St  Agnes,  where  he 
succeeded  his  brother  Joseph,  1762.  Died  May,  1782.  WiU, 
P.C.C.  (Burke,  L.G.) 
DONSTON,  see  also  DUNSTAN. 

DONSTON,   GEORGE.     Adm.   pens,    (age   18)   at   Emmanuel, 
July  5,  1742.   Of  Worksop,  Notts.   S.  of  George  (?  Henry). 
School,  Eton.   Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1745-6. 
DONSTON,  JAMES.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  3, 
1672.    S.  of  John,  yeoman,  of  Worksop,  Notts.    B.  there. 
School,  Worksop.    Matric.  1672;  B..\.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  1680. 
DONWICH,    JOHN.     D.Can.L.     Master   of   Clare,    1371-92. 
ChanceUor,  1371,  1374.    V.  of  Duxworth  St  John,  Cambs., 
1391.    Preb.  of  St  Paul's.    CoUector  of  the  King's  Tithes. 
Resolute   in   supporting   the   privileges  of   the   University 
against  the  Bishop  of  Ely.   Died  Apr.  1392.  WUl,  P.C.C. 
DOO  or  DOE,  GEORGE.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  June  28, 
1661.  S.  of  John,  citizen  of  London.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1663. 
Obtained  a  grant  of  Arms,  May  8,  1662.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  May  7,  1663. 
DOO,  JOHN.   B.A.  1516-7;  M.A.  1520-1.  V.  of  North  Colling- 

ham,  Notts.,  1521-7.  Died  1527- 
DOE  or  DOO,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Jan.  15, 
1675-6.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Harling,  Norfolk.  Matnc. 
1679;  B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1683.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
May,'i684.  V.  of  ChrishaU,  Essex,  1689-1712.  V.ofEhndon, 
1704-12.  Died  1712.  Father  of  the  next. 
DOO,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July  7, 

1710  S.  of  John  (above),  V.  of  ChrishaU,  Essex.  Matric. 
171 1 ;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A.  1718.  Fellow,  1718.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  June  12,  1715;  priest,  June  16,  1717.  R.  of  Little 
Hormead,  Herts.,  1719-30.  R.  of  Gt  Hormead,  1721-30. 
Died  1730.  WiU  (Commis.  C.  Essex)  173°- 

DOODY,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  30, 

1711  S.  of  Joseph,  of  Stafford.  Exhibitioner  from  Charter- 
house. Matric.  1711;  Scholar,  1713;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A.  1718. 
CoUege  Ubrarian,  1717-21.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoto)  Mar.  5, 
1720-1.   Chaplain,  1722-7. 

DOOLE,  NICHOLAS.   Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1648. 

DOOLE,  VALESIUS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  25,  1670. 
Of  SuffoUc. 

DOOLITTLE,  see  DOLITTLE. 

DORANT,  HENRY.    B.Can.L.  1487-8. 

DORCHESTER,  Viscount,  see  CARLETON,  DUDLEY. 

DORE,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1448. 
FeUow.   M.A.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  May  23,  1467- 

DORE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Mar.  17,  1593-3- 
S.  of  WUliam.  B.  at  Comard,  Suffolk.  Schools,  Sudbury  and 
Bures.   Matric.  c.  1593. 

DOR,  ROBERT.    B.A.  1490-1;  M.A.  1494- 

DOREWARD,  RALPH.   Resident  graduate  in  1454- 

DORINGTON,  AMBROSE.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1573-4;  M.A. 
1577.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Spaldwick,  Hunts.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Apr  8,  i577;  priest  (Ely)  Dec  ar,  1580  V.  of 
Godmanchester,  Hunts.,  1579-87  R-  of  Bnngton,  1582-99- 
R.  of  Houghton,  1588-99.  Died  i599-  {Cambs.  and  Hunts. 
Archaeol.  Soc.,  11.  182.) 


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DoRiNGTON,  Edward 

DORYNGTON,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1571;  B.A.  1574-5- 

DORINGTON,  FRANCIS.  Scholar  of  Trinitv,  1548.  S.  of 
Robert,  of  Stafford.  B.A.  1555-6;  M.A.  from  St  Catharine's, 
1559;  B.D.  from  Caius,  1565;  D.D.  1575.  Fellow  of  St 
Catharine's,  c.  1557.  Fellow  of  Caius,  1562-5.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Mar.  1557-8;  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar.  26,  1558  R.  of 
Saham  Toney,  Norfolk,  1563-89.  R.  of  Warboys,  Hunts., 
1565-1611.  Buried  there  Apr.  13,  1611.  Will,  P.C.C. 
Benefactor  to  the  College.  Brother  of  John  (i559)  and 
William  (1564).    {Venn,  i.  50.) 

DORINGTON,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1602.  Perhaps  s.  of  John  (1559).  Probably  Matric.  after« 
wards  from  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  15,  1604-5,  age  18. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  6,  1607.  Of  Staffs.,  Esq. 

DORINGTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  (age  13)  from  St  Cath- 
arine's, as  'Darington,'  Michs.  1559.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of 
Stafford.  School,  Stafford.  Migrated  to  Caius,  Dec.  19,  1561, 
'  age  14.'  M.P.  for  Hunts.,  1584.  One  of  these  names  knighted, 
160-!.  Of  Spaldwick,  Hunts.  Will  proved,  1604.  Brother  of 
Francis  (1548)  and  William  (1564).   {Venn,  i.  48.) 

DORINGTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1559. 
(Apparently  distinct  from  the  above;  if  so,  wrongly  indicated 
in  Matric.  and  Degrees.) 

DORINGTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1623;  B.A.  1627  Fellow,  till  1628.  Graduated  M.D.  at 
Leyden;  adm.  there,  Feb.  16,  1629-30. 

DORINGTON  or  DODINGTON,  MARMADUKE.  Matric.  pens, 
from  Trinity,  Michs.  1587,  scholar  from  Westminster. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Francis  (1548).  B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  1595. 
Fellow,  1593-1602.  (One  of  these  names  incorp.  M.A.  at 
Oxford  from  Lambeth,  1617;  see  Al.  Oxon.) 

DORINGTON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1606,  scholar  from  Westminster,  1605.  Perhaps  s.  of  John 
(1559).  B.  in  Holbom,  London.  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  19,  1613,  age  26. 

DORINGTON,  ROBERT  (i577-8),  see  DODINGTON. 

DORRINGTON,  THEOPHILUS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney, 
Dec.  19,  1670.  ist  s.  of  Theophilus,  clothier.  Bapt.  at  St 
Mary-le-Bow,  London,  Nov.  23,  1654.  Schools,  Merchant 
Taylors',  Newington  (Mr  Horrax)  and  Bearden,  Essex 
(Mr  Beard).  Presbyterian  preacher.  Afterwards  of  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford,  June  16,  1686.  M.A.  (Oxford)  by  decree, 
1711.  R.  of  Hopton  Castle,  Salop,  1687.  R.  of  Wittersham, 
Kent,  1699-1715.  Author,  theological.  Died  Apr.  30,  1715. 
{D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.) 

DORINGTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 
Lent,  1578-9;  B.A.  1581-2;  M.A.  1585.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 
Oct.  18,  1582.  R.  of  Homersfield,  Suffolk,  1594-1612.  R.  of 
South  Cove,  1595-7. 

DORRINGTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
Oct.  18,  1726.  S.  of  Luke,  of  St  Martin's,  London  (?  and  of 
Hillingdon,  Midds.;  M.I.  1743).  School,  Eton.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  30,  1726. 

DORYNGTON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 
Lent,  1557-8. 

DORINGTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  13, 
1564.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Stafford.  Resided  at  Caius  for 
a  year  with  his  brother  Francis  (1548).  Adm.  at  King's,  a 
scholar  from  Eton,  1565.  Matric.  1565;  B.A.  1569-70;  M.A. 
from  St  Catharine's,  1573-  Fellow  of  King's,  till  1573. 
Brother  of  John  (1559)  and  Francis  (1548). 

DORISLAUS  (DORESLAWE),  ISAAC.  Incorp.  LL.D.  at  Cam- 
bridge from  Leyden,  1631.  S.  of  Isaac,  minister  at  Hens- 
brock,  Holland.  B.  at  Alkmaar,  Holland,  1595.  Greville 
lecturer  on  history  at  Cambridge,  1627.  Admitted  advocate, 
Nov.  4,  1645.  Judge  of  the  Admiralty  Court,  1648;  prepared 
the  charge  of  treason  against  Charles  I,  1648.  British  envoy 
at  the  Hague,  1649;  assassinated  there  by  a  royalist  party, 
May  12,  1649.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  May  25,  1649.   (D.N.B.) 

DORLING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Jan.  19, 
1724-5.  S.  of  John  (?  Thomas),  of  Isleham,  Cambs.  School, 
Bury.  Matric.  1724-5;  B.A.  1728-9.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich). 
Nov.  1735- 

DORMAN,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1577-8. 

DORMAN,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1445. 

DORMAN,  SIMON.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  c.  1596. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.   B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603. 

DORMER,  Sir  CLEMENT  COTTRELL,  see  COTTERELL, 
DORMER,  FLEETWOOD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Nov.  25, 
1713.  S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  Justice  Queen's  Bench.  B,  in 
London.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  July  1,  1710.  M.P.  for 
Malmesbury,  Wilts.,  1719-22,  Of  Lee,  Bucks.  Died  June  21, 
1726.    (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 


Doughton,  Arthur 

DORMER,  JOHN.  M.A.  1632  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  Sir 
Fleetwood,  of  Shipton  Lee,  Bucks.,  Knt.  Bapt.  at  Quainton, 
Bucks.,  Jan.  6,  i6ii-2.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford, 
Jan.  25,  1627-8,  age  16;  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1630.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  7,  1628-9.  Barrister,  1636.  M.P.  for 
Buckingham,  1646-53  and  1660.  Of  Lee  Grange,  Bucks., 
Esq.  Died  May  22,  1679,  aged  67.  M.I.  at  Quainton.  (Al. 
Oxon.;  Lipscomb,  1.  430.) 

DORMAR,  MICHAEL.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  King's,  Easter,  1574- 
Doubtless  s.  of  Ambrose,  of  Gt  Milton  and  Ascott,  Oxon. 
Knighted,  Apr.  1604.  Of  Buckinghamshire.  Buried  at  Gt 
Milton,  Sept.  24,  1624.    {Her.  and  Gen.,  i.  338.) 

DORMER,  WALTER.  B.A.  1530-1;  M.A.  1534;  B.D.  1543- 
R.  of  Reed,  Herts.,  1536-54.  R.  of  Crawley,  Bucks.,  1545-66. 
Buried  there,  Apr.  i,  1566.   {Lipscomb,  iv.  128.) 

DORMER,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1605-6.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1611.  V.  of  Olney,  Bucks.,  1611- 
24. 

DORMER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  May  26, 
1697.  S.  of  William,  gent.  B.  at  Sheemess,  Kent.  SchooL 
Southwark.  Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1700-1;  M.A.  1723-  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Sept.  21,  1707;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1708. 
Minor  canon  of  Rochester,  1716-9.  V.  of  Hoo  St  Werburgh, 
Kent,  1717-29.  Head  Master  of  King's  School,  Rochester, 
1718-29.  Died  June  24,  1729.  Buried  in  Rochester  Cathe- 
dral.   M.I.   {Fielding.) 

DORMER,  .     Matric.    Fell.-Com.    from    Clare,    Michs. 

1544- 

DORRAM,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1550. 

DORRELL,  see  aUo  DARRELL. 

DORRELL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1631;  B.A.  1633;  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1637. 

DORRELL,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  Fell.-Com  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1641.   Of  Kent. 

DORRELL,  WALTER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1577.   Matric.  1577-8.   Fellow,  but  died  before  graduation. 

DARRELL, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1563. 

DORSET,  Earl  of,  see  SACKVILLE,  THOMAS. 

DORSETT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1632. 

DORSETT,  MICHAEL-  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  June 
30,  1740.  S.  of  Michael.  B.  in  London.  'Grecian'  from 
Christ's  Hospital.  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  1743-4;  M.A.  1747. 
His  father  was  a  citizen  and  joiner  of  St  Botolph's,  Bishops- 
gate,  London.  Probably  Inc.  of  Ford,  Sussex.  {A.W.  Lock- 
haH.) 

DORSON,  JOSIAS,  see  DAWSON. 

DORVILLE,  FREDERICK.  B.D.  1616.  Incorp.  from  Oxford. 
Of  Aix-la-Chapelle.  B.D.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford, 
1615-6.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

DORVILL,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1644;  B.A.  1647-8. 

DOSSIE  or  DOSIE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  6,  1694. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1697-8.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  1698;  priest,  1700.  V.  of  Sheffield,  Yorks.,  i7i3-53- 
Died  Dec.  24,  1753,  aged  77.    M.I.  at  Sheffield. 

DOSSEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  23, 
1703.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Little  Smeaton,  Yorks.  School, 
Richmond,  Yorks.  (Mr  Thompson).  Migrated  to  Trinity, 
June  28,  1703.  Matric.  1703;  Scholar,  1706;  B.A.  1706-7. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1707;  priest,  1709. 

DOTCHIN  or  DOCHEN,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1578  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford);  B.A.  from  Magdalen  College,  Oxford,  1568;  M.A. 
1571-2  ;SM/>^.  forM.B.  1580;  M.D.  1592.  Fellow  of  Magdalen 
College,  1568-82.  Proctor,  1577.  Linacre  lecturer,  1604. 
Died  Jan.  20,  1604-5.   Will,  P.C.C.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

DOTHARAM,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse, 
Easter,  1618. 

DOUBLEDAY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  27, 
1639.  Matric.  1639.  Afterwards  FeU.-Com. 

DOUBLEDAY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1693. 
Of  London.   Matric.  1694. 

DOUESPE,  EZECHIEL  PAUL  DE  LA.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare, 
Apr.  24,  1745.  B.  in  London,  Sept.  29,  1727.  School, 
Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1746;  B.A.  1748-9;  M.A.  1752. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  22, 175 1;  priest  (Peterb.)  Feb.  23, 
1752.  R.  of  East  Farleigh,  Kent,  1752-94.  Died  Dec.  24, 
1794.  Buried  at  East  Farleigh.  M.I.  Will  (P.C.C.)  i795- 
{Robinson,  11.  93;  Fielding.) 

DOUGHTON,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  4,  1633. 
Of  London.  Matric.  1633. 


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DOUGHTIE,  ANDREW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  Caius,  Mar.  26, 
1609.  S.  of  William,  gent,  of  Bacton,  Norfolk.  School, 
North  Walsham.  Matric.  1609;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616. 
Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  June  19,  1619.  R.  of  Cranwich, 
Norfolk,  1620-6.  Of  Wilton,  1613-44.  Buried  at  Cranwich, 
Jan.  3,  1665-6.   {Venn,  i.  201.) 

DOUGHTY,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
May  31,  1667.  S.  of  Charles,  gent.,  of  Worlaby,  Lines.  B. 
there.  School,  Oxcombe,  near  Louth.  Matric.  1667.  Adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  17,  1673.   (Lines.  Pedigrees.) 

DOUGHTY,  EDMUND.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  20)  at  Trinity, 
May  12,  1719.  S.  of  Edmund,  of  Herts.  For  another  of  these 
names  see  A  I.  Oxon. 

DOUGHTY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1564.  Of  Derbyshire.  Scholar,  1564;  B.A.  1568-9;  M.A. 
1572.  R.  of  Holy  Trinity,  Dorchester,  1580-5.  V.  of  Ban- 
well,  Somerset,  1584-96.  V.  of  Loxton,  1586-91.  V.  of 
Chard,  1597-1603.  R.  of  Hawkchurch,  Dorset,  1605.  In 
1596  he  went  as  chaplain  with  the  expedition  to  Cadiz, 
whence  he  brought  away  17  books  from  the  Jesuit  College. 
These  are  now  in  Hereford  Cathedral  Library,  some  inscribed 
'E.  Doughtie,  June  23,  1596:  jure  belli.'  Dean  of  Hereford, 
1607-16.  R.  of  Hampton  Bishop,  Hereford,  1609.  V.  of 
Badenham.  Chaplain  to  James  I.  R.  of  Stockport,  Cheshire, 
1615-6.  Buried  there,  Oct.  17,  1616.  Inventory  at  Chester. 
(Dean  of  Hereford;  Earwaker,  i.  334.) 

DOUGHTY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sidney,  Easter,  1618. 

DOUGHTY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  5,  1675-6.  S.  of  Charles,  yeoman,  of  Louth,  Lines. 
B.  there.   School,  Grantham. 

DOUGHTY,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  1, 
1677.  S.  of  George,  draper.  B.  at  Haverhill,  Suffolk.  School, 
Sudbury.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June,  1679,  as  B.A.;  priest. 
May,  1684.  R.  of  Martlesham,  Suffolk,  1699-1724-  Died 
Mar.  14,  1724,  aged  69.  Buried  at  Martlesham.  (Burke, 
L.G.) 

DOUGHTY,  GREGORY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1706.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1710-1;  M.A.  1714; 
D.D.  1736.  Fellow,  1710.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  20, 
1722;  priest,  Sept.  1722.  V. of  Fordingbridge,  Hants.  Author, 
Sermon.   Died  Mar.  1742.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1743-   (Harwood.) 

DOUGHTY,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  1640.  Of 
Yorkshire.  S.  of  Robert  (1611-2),  master  of  Wakefield 
School.  Matric.  1640;  B.A.  1649.  Master  of  Kirkham  School, 
Lanes.,  1644.  Usher  of  Wakefield  School,  1646-9.  Probably 
buned  at  Wakefield,  Apr.  30,  1698.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1653).    (M.  H.  Peacock;  J.  Parker.) 

DOUGHTY,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  26,  1651. 
Matric.  1651;  B.A.  1654-5;  M.A.  1658.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Feb.  21;  priest,  Feb.  24,  1661-2.  R.  of  Elton,  Durham, 
1668-1708.  Married  (?  2nd  marriage)  July  19,  1672,  at  Roxby, 
Lines.,  Mary  Wixman.  Buried  Dec.  25, 1708.  Father  of  the 
next.    (H.  M.  Wood.) 

DOUGHTY,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  25, 
1683.  S.  of  Henry,  above.  B.  at  Elton,  Durham.  School, 
Durham.  Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7.  Probably  the  non- 
juror who  was  Chaplain  to  the  Archbishop  of  York.  Ordained 
by  Wm  Lloyd,  May  23, 1694.  C.  of  Robin  Hood's  Bay,  Yorks. 
Consecrated  Bishop  by  Nathaniel  Spinks,  and  others,  at 
Edinburgh,  Mar.  30,  1725.  Died  July  14,  1730.  {N.  and  Q., 
1863, 1.  243.) 

DOUGHTY,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  25, 
1715.  S.  of  Thomas,  parish  clerk.  B.  at  Shrewsbury.  School, 
Shrewsbury.  Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9.  Appointed  3rd 
master  at  Shrewsbury,  1728. 
DOUGHTIE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Feb.  12, 
1578-9.  S.  of  William,  yeoman,  of  Hanworth,  Norfolk. 
Schools,  Suffield  and  Aylsham.  Matric.  1578-9;  B.A.  1582-3; 
Scholar  to  1586;  M.A.  1586;  B.D.  1593.  R.  of  Alphington, 
Devon,  1593-1637.  Preb.  of  Exeter,  1602-31.  Died  1637. 
Will  (Exeter).  (Venn,  1.  100.) 
DOUGHTY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  26,  1594. 
Of  Norfolk.  Matric.  c.  1594;  B.A.  1597-8;  M.A.  1601.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  1610.   R.  of  Wood  Norton,  Norfolk,  1616. 

DOUGHTIE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  23,  1607. 
Matric.  1607.  Perhaps  s.  of  Robert,  of  Hoveton  St  John, 
Norfolk;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  13,  1610-1. 

DOUGHTY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1634. 

DOUGHTY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  i, 
1652.  S.  of  Henry,  of  Gt  Stainton,  Durham.  B.  in  Warwick- 
shire. School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1652.  Probably  ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  30,  1661,  as  'literate.' 

DOUGHTY,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  10,  1660. 
S.  of  WiUiam  (1637),  of  Aylsham,  Norfolk.  B.  there.  Schools, 
Aylsham  (private)  and  Norwich.  Matric.  1660;  Scholar, 
1660-7;  B.A.  1663-4;  M.A.  1667.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 


Doughty,  William 

Dec.  23,  1665;  priest,  June  2,  1667,  as  R.  of  Oxnead.   R.  of 

Earsham,  1671.   R.  of  Lyng,  1672.   Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of 

Northampton.    Died  1702.     Buried  at  Earsham.     Admon. 

(Norwich  C.C.)  1702.   (Venn,  1.  408;  Vis.  of  Norfolk,  1664.) 
DOUGHTY,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  3, 

1675.   S.  of  Samuel,  of  Mancetter,  Warws.   B.  at  Sibstone, 

Leics.     Schools,    Bosworth    (Mr    Thomas    Chapman)    and 

Ashby-de-la-Zouch  (Mr  Samuel  Shaw.) 
DOUGHTY,  MICHAEL.  Incorp.  M.A.  1673,  from  Trinity  College, 

Dublin.    Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Osgodby  Park,  Yorks. 

B.A.   (Dublin)   1660.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  Jime  14,   1663; 

priest.  May  21,  1665.  V.  of  Hemingbrough,  Yorks.,  1667-70. 

Married,  at  Hemingbrough,   May  9,   1667,  Anne,  dau.  of 

Edward  Kirlew,  of  Hagthorpe.    (J.  Parker;  Thos.  Burton, 

Hemingborough,  iii.) 
DOUGHTY,  NATHANIEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  19, 

1645-6.     Matric.    1647;    B.A.    1649-50;    M.A.    1653.     Will 

(P.C.C.)  1654;  of  Sibstone,  Leics.,  derk.   Proved  by  brother 

Samuel  (1637)  and  Thomas  (1629). 
DOUGHTY,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1611-2;  M.A.  1615. 

Doubtless  s.  of  John,  of  Ovenden,  Halifax.    Bapt.  Nov.  9, 

1589.  Scholar  of  St  John's,  Nov.  1607,  from  Halifax  School. 

Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1614.    Master  of  Gisbum  School, 

Yorks.     Headmaster   of   Wakefield,    1623-63.     Died    1663. 

Buried  in   choir  of   Wakefield   Church,   Feb.   24,    1662-3. 

Father  of  Henry  (1640)  and  Thomas  (1653).  (M.  H.  Peacock.) 
DOUGHTY,  'ROBERT.'   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Caius,  Easter, 

1632.   (Doubtless  a  mistake  for  William  whom  see.) 
DOUGHTY,   ROBERT.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,   1635.    Of 

Norfolk.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Hanworth,  Norfolk, 

Esq.,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  10,  1634. 
DOUGHTY,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Jesus,  June  14, 

1671.    Of  Lincolnshire.    Matric.  1671;  Scholar,  1674;  B.A. 

1674-5.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1677;  priest,  Sept.  1678. 

C.  of  Comberton,  Cambs.,  1685. 
DOUGHTY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May 

28,   1674.    S.   of    William,   gent.,   of   Hanworth,  Norfolk. 

B.  in  Norwich.  Matric.  1674.  Of  Hanworth,  Esq.    Died  1742. 

Will  (P.C.C.)  1742.   (Venn,  1.  450.) 
DOUGHTY,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  6,  1637. 

Of  Hereford,   Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1640-1;  M.A.  1644.   R.  of 

Bringhurst,   Leics.,   1644.     R.   of  Sibstone;   ejected,   1662. 

Afterwards  preacher  at  Ashby.  Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1645- 

6)  and  Thomas  (1629).    (Calamy,  11.  128.) 
DOUGHTY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  July  2, 

1661.    S.  of  Henry,  minister  of  Gt  Stainton,  Durham.    B. 

there.    School,   Brignall.    Matric.   1661;   B.A.    1664.    Ord. 

deacon  (London)  Feb.  1664-5;  priest.  Mar.  1665-6.    V.  of 

Boxted,  Essex,  1669-73.    (Peile,  1.  597.) 
DOUGHTY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  5,  1672. 

B.  at  Fitz,  Salop.    Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679; 

B.D.  1686.   Fellow,  1678-90.   Ord.  priest  (London)  Dec.  19, 

1680.   R.  of  Stanground,  Hunts.,  1690-1720.   Died  Nov.  14, 

1720.   (Burke,  L.G.) 
DOUGHTY,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1588;  B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  1597. 
DOUGHTY,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 

Easter,    1623.     Of   Norfolk.     B.A.    1626-7.     Buried  at  St 

Botolph's,  Cambridge,  Aug.  30,  1628. 
DOUGHTY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  at  Emmanuel,  July,  1629.    Of 

Herefordshire.  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.) 

June   4,    1637.     Perhaps  V.   of   Medboume,   Leics,    1646; 

ejected,  1661     Brother  of  Samuel  (1637)    and   Nathaniel 
(1645-6). 
DOUGHTY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  15)   at  Magdalene, 

Apr.  23,  1653.   S.  of  Robert  (1611-2),  master  of  Wakefield 

School.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric  1653;  B.A.  1656-7;  M.A. 

1660;    D.D.    1671    (Lit.    Reg.).     Incorp.   at   Oxford,    1664. 

Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of  York.  V.  of  Romsey,  Hants.,  1662. 

R.  of  Bishopstoke,  1666-^8.   Canon  of  Windsor,  1673.   R.  of 

Clewer,  Berks.,  1680.   Died  Dec.  2,  1701.   M.I.  at  Windsor. 

Brother  of  Henry  (1640).   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DOUBTY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Mar.  21,  1667-8. 

DOUGHTY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Apr.  30,  1696.  S.  of 

William,  of  Wakefield,  Yorks.    Bapt.  Nov.  5,  1677.    School, 

Wakefield.  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699-1700.  Ord.  priest  (York) 

May  31,  1702.     R.  of  Waddingworth,  Lines.,  1707.    V.  of 

Wispington,  1707- 

DOUGHTY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Magdalene, 

Jan.  21,  1705-6.  S.  of ,  citizen  of  London.  B.  there. 

DOUGHTY,  WILLIAM.  Perhaps  B.Civ.L.  1480-1;  and,  as 
'Dowting,'  D.Can.L.  1494.  Of  York  diocese.  Chaplain  to 
Bishop  Alcock.  Ord.  deacon,  Apr.;  priest,  May,  1488.  R.  of 
Terrington,  Norfolk,  1489.  Chancellor  of  Ely,  149°-  R-  o* 
Wisbech  St  Peter,  1494.  R.  of  Newton,  Isle  of  Ely,  till  1498. 
R.  of  Elm,  Cambs.,  and  Emneth,  Norfolk,  1500.  Died  c. 
1503.    (Cooper,  I.  8.) 


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DOUGHTY,  WILLIAM.    A  priest.    B.Can.L.   1520-1.    V.  of 

Caldecot,  Cambs.,  1520-38.  Died  1538. 
DOUGHTIE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius, 
June  9,  1609.  S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Hanworth, 
Norfolk.  B.  at  Norwich.  School,  Aylsham.  Matric.  1609. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  10,  1610.  Of  Hanworth,  gent. 
Possibly  Alderman  and  M.P.  for  King's  Lynn,  1624,  1628 
and  1640.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1656;  of 
Lincoln's  Inn.  Father  of  the  next.  (Venn,  i.  202;  Vis.  0/ 
Norfolk.) 
DOUGHTY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
Nov.  20,  1631.  S.  of  William  (above),  gent.  B.  at  Hanworth, 
Norfolk.  School,  Aylsham.  Probably  matric.  as  'Robert,' 
1632.  Of  Norwich,  gent.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1654;  mentions  sons 
Robert  and  William.  (K^nn,!.  304.) 
DOUGHTY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  20, 
1637.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Aylsham,  Norfolk.  Schools, 
Aylsham  and  Ashmanhaugh.  Of  Hanworth,  gent.  Buried  at 
Aylsham,  Aug.  10,  1678.  Will  (Norw.  C.C.)  1678.  Father  of 
John  (1660).  (Venn,  i.  326;  Vis.  of  Norfolk,  1664.) 
DOUGHTY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  2, 
1696.  S.  of  Robert  (1674),  gent.,  of  Hanworth,  Norfolk. 
B  in  Norwich.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1696.  Fell.-Com.  Mar. 
20,1696-7.  Died  1698.  Buried  at  Hanworth.  (Venn,i.  498.) 

DOWTY,  .    B.Civ.L.  1480-1.    Perhaps  William  Dowting; 

whom  see. 

DOUGHTIE, .   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  1570. 

DOUGLAS,  JAMES.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1720;  M.A.  1722.  Grandson  of  William,  Earl  of  Morton.  One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Enmore,  Somerset,  1729-36.  (The 
prebend  of  Durham  seems  to  have  been  an  Oxford  con- 
temporary.) 
DOUGLAS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  29, 
1732  S.  of  John,  of  Leeds.  School,  Leeds  (Mr  Bernard). 
Matric.  1732;  Scholar,  1732;  B.A.  1735-6;  M.A.  1740.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  June  i;  priest,  June  29,  1740.  R.  of 
Eccleston,  Lanes.,  1741-66.  Buried  there  Mar.  4,  1766. 
DOUGLAS,  JOHN  ST  LEGER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  yage  17)  at 
Trinity,  Oct.  22,  1748.  S.  of  John,  of  St  Christopher's, 
West  Indies.  School,  Westminster.  M.P.  for  Hindon,  WUts., 
1768-74;  for  Weobley,  Herefordshire,  1774-83-  Died  May  23, 
1783.  (A.  B.  Beaven  ) 
DOUGLASTE,  ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1635- 
DOWGLASSE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr. 
13-  1630.  S.  of  William,  clothier,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Leeds. 
Bapt.  at  St  Peter's,  Feb.  2,  1614-5.  School,  Leeds.  Matric. 
1631;  Scholar,  1633-7;  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637.  Probably 
V.  of  Threckingham,  Lines.,  1642.  Perhaps  minister  of 
Yoxford,  Suflolk,  in  1646;  one  of  the  classis.  (Venn,  i.  293.) 
DOUKER  or  DOWKER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20) 
at  Sidney,  Dec.  6,  1677,  as  'Douser.'  From  Edinburgh 
University.  Only  s.  of  William,  mercer,  deceased.  B.  at 
Malton,  Yorks.  School,  Pickering  (Mr  Grey).  B.A.  1677-8; 
M.A.  1681.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  27,  1680. 

DOULSON, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1637. 

DOUNCER,  THOMAS.   Pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Aug.  1594. 
DOUTH  (?)  WILLIAM.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1596. 
DOUTHAM,  WILLIAM,  see  DUNTHORN. 

DOUTHWAITE,  CUTHBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Mag- 
dalene, June  17,  1729.  S.  of  Timothy.  B.  at  Bishop 
Auckland,  Durham.  School,  Bishop  Auckland.  Matric.  1729; 
B.A.  1732-3;  M.A.  1736.  Fellow,  1735.  Tutor.  Ord.  priest 
(Ely)  June,  1734.  R.  of  Stoke  St  Mary,  Ipswich.  V.  of 
Rushmere,  Suffolk.  Died  at  Ipswich,  Dec.  29,  1781.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1782;  of  Ipswich.  (G.  Mag.) 
DOUTHWAITE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1623. 
DOWTHWAITE,  JOSEPH.   Student  at  Christ's,  as  Westmore- 
land scholar,  Michs.  1720-3.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1721; 
priest,  June,  1723;  as  literate.   R.  of  Feliskirk,  Yorks.,  i739- 
65.   Died  Aug.  23,  1765.   (Peile,  11.  202;  G.  Mag.) 
DOUGHTWATE,    NICHOLAS.     Matric.    sizar    from   Trinity, 

Easter,  1636. 
DOVE  or  DOWE,  BARJONAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June 
30,  1609.  Matric.  1609;  Scholar;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616. 
Master  of  Boston  Grammar  School,  1613-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  25;  priest,  Sept.  26,  1614.  V.  of  Aslackby, 
Lines.,  1627.  Father  of  Timothy  (1650). 
DOVE,  BARJONAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  6,  1692; 
afterwards  pensioner.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Timothy 
(1650),  R.  of  Rippingale.  Matric.  1693;  B.A.  1696-7.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  June  19,  1698;  priest,  Sept.  22,  1700.  V.  of 
Croxton-Keyrial,  Leics.,  1701.  Admon.  (Leicester)  1702. 
(Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  iv.  424.) 


Dove,  Robosher 

DOVE  or  DOWE,  BARJOSHUA.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel, 

June  17,  1614. 
DOVE,  CHARLES.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  June  12, 

1708.   Matric.  1708. 
DOVE,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 

1564-5;  B.A.  1568-9. 
DOWE,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July, 
1613;   B.A.    1616-7;    M.A.    1620;   B.D.    1627;   D.D.    1638. 
Incorp.  M.A.  at  Oxford,  1621.    V.  of  Battle,  Sussex,  1629. 
R.   of  All  Saints',   Hastings,   1636.    Author,   theological. 
(Peile,  I.  291.) 
DOVE,  EDMUND.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1639. 
DOVE,  EDMUND.   Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  17,  1689.   Prob- 
ably s.  of  Simon  (1650),  of  Hadleigh,  Suffolk.  Adm.  at  Wood- 
bridge  School,  1682.  Died  before  his  father.  (V.B.Redstone; 
Copinger,  Manors  of  Suffolk,  iv.  312.) 
DOVE,  EDWARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Apr.  4, 
1649.    S.   of  Sir  Wil'iam,   Knt.,  deceased.    B.  at   Upton, 
Northants.  School,  Oundle.  Matric.  1649.  Brother  of  Nevill 
(1647-8). 
DOVE,  FRANCIS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 

1628.  Of  Northamptonshire.  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635. 
DOVE,  FYNN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  May  19, 
1725.  Doubtless  s.  of  Simon,  of  Marlesford,  Suffolk,  and 
grandson  of  Simon  (1650).  School,  Ipswich.  Matric.  1725; 
ScLolar,  1725;  B.A.  1728-9;  M.A.  1732.  Fellow,  1730-5. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1736;  priest.  Mar.  6,  1736-7. 
Died  1770.  (Copinger,  Manors  of  Suffolk,  iv.  312.) 
DOVE,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  29,  1658;  scholar 
from  Westminster,  1659.  Matric.  1660;  'B..\.  1661-2;  M.A. 
1665;  D.D.  1677.  Fellow,  1664.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669. 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  1664-5;  priest,  June,  1672.  V.  of 
St  Bride's,  Fleet  Street,  London,  1674-95.  Archdeacon  of 
Richmond,  Yorks.,  1678-95.  Chaplain  to  Charles  II,  James 
II,  and  William  and  Mary.  Died  Mar.  11,  1694-5.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1695.  M.I.  at  St  Bride's,  with  arms  of  Dove  of  East 
Bergholt,  Suffolk.  (D.N.B.) 
DOVE,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  20,  1717.  Of 
Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1717;  B.A.  1721-2.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincohi)  Feb.  18,  1721-2;  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  25,  1726. 
C.  of  Tickencote,  Rutland.  V.  of  Exton,  1735.  V.  of  Burton 
Pedwardine,  Lines.,  1737-8.  • 
DOVE,  JOHN.    B.Can.L.  before  1459.    Custos  of  Hospital  of 

St  John,  Bedford.   V.  of  Turvey,  Beds. 
DOVE,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1506.   One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Borley,  Essex.  Will  (Comm.  C.  Essex) 
1551. 
DOVE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1549. 
DOWE.  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1606.  S.  of 
Robert,  R.  of  Upper  Rickinghall,  Suffolk.  School,  Botesdale. 
Migrated  to  Caius,  Apr.  20,  1608,  age  22. 
DOVE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Mar.  1620-1. 
DOVE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  26,  1650.    Matric. 
1650;  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A.  1664.    V.  of  Burstwick,  Yorks., 
1665-70.   V.  of  Welton,  Howden,  1670-82. 
DOVE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  18,  1661.  Matric. 
1661.   Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Aug.  4,  1663,  as 
s.  of  Thomas,  of  Upton,  Northants.,  Esq. 
DOVE,  NEVILL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  Jan.  4, 1647-8. 
S.   of  Sir  William,   Knt.,  deceased.    B.   at   Peterborough. 
Schools,  Stamford  (Mr  Jackson)  and  Oundle.  Matric.  1647-8; 
B.A.  1651.   Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1661.   Brother  of 
Edward  (1649),  grandson  of  Thomas  (1571). 
DOVE,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1559. 

DOVE  or  DOWE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Michs.  1566.  S.  of  Henry,  of  Attleborough,  Norfolk. 
School,  Wymondham.  B.A.  1569-70;  M.A.  1573.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Dec.  2,  1572.  V.  of  Elm,  Cambs.,  and  Emneth, 
Norfolk,  in  1576.  V.  of  Stratford  St  Mary,  Suffolk,  1587-1606. 
(Venn,  i.  70.) 

DOVE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  c.  1595 ;  B.A. 
from  Clare,  1599-1600;  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1603.  One  of 
these  names  V.  of  St  Neots,  Hunts.,  1616-22.  Buried  at  Hail 
Weston,  Oct.  25,  1625. 

DOVE,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1640  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Henry,  of  Salisbury.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford, 
Oct.  31,  1623,  age  17;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1629.  V.  of 
Ilsington,  Devon,  1634-45.  R.  of  Elm,  Cambs.,  and  Emneth, 
Norfolk,  1641-5.  Died  Sept.  14,  1645.  Buried  at  Ilsington. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1650).  (Al.  Oxon.;  Randolph's  Walker.) 

DOVE,  ROBOSHER.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  19,  1619; 
'literate,  late  of  Emmanuel  College;  bom  at  Stratford. 
Sussex  (?  Essex);  aged  23,'  as  C.  of  Manningtree,  Essex; 
priest,  Dec.  24,  1620  ('B.A.').  C.  of  Weeks,  Essex.  R.  of 
Foulness,  c.  1632-9. 


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Dove,  Samuel 

DOVE  or  DOWE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  12, 
1651.  Of  Lincolnshire.  Matric.  1651;  B.A.  1654-5;  M.A. 
1658. 

DOVE,  SIMON.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1650.  Of  Suffolk. 
Probably  Lord  of  the  Manor  of  Marlesford,  1687.  Died 
before  1717.   Perhaps  father  of  Edmund  (1689). 

DOVE,  SIMON.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  17,  1722-3. 
Of  Barham,  Ipsw-ich.  Doubtless  s.  of  Simon,  of  Marlesford, 
Sufiolk  (and  grandson  of  the  above).  Matric.  1723-  Of  Stow- 
market.    Died  Oct.  22,  1757.    (Copinger,  Manors  of  Suffolk, 

IV.  312.) 

DOVE,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1566. 

DOVE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1571. 
S.  of  William.  B.  in  London,  1555.  School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  B.A.  1574-5;  M.A.  1578.  Nominated  one  of  the 
first  scholars  at  Jesu?  College,  Oxford.  Elected  'tenquam 
socius,'  1575.    Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  21,  1578. 

V.  of  Saffron  Walden,  Essex,  1580-1607.  R.  of  Framhngham, 
Suffolk,  1584-1630.  R.  of  Heydon,  Essex,  1586-8.  Chaplam 
to  the  Queen.  Dean  of  Norwich,  1589.  Bishop  of  Peter- 
borough, 1601-30.  V.  of  Polebrooke,  Northants.,  1608. 
Buried  at  Peterborough,  Aug.  30,  1630.  Will,  P.C.C.  Father 
of  the  next.    [D.N.B.) 

DOVE,  THOMAS.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1605.  S.  of  Thomas 
(above).  Bapt.  at  Saffron  Walden,  Aug.  29,  1587.  B.A. 
1606-7;  M.A.  1610.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  10,  1610-1; 
priest,  Sept.  22,  1611.  R.  of  Scotter,  Lines.,  1611.  R.  of 
Castor,  Northants  ,  1613-29.  V.  of  West  Mersea,  Essex. 
Archdeacon  of  Northampton,  1612-29.  Preb.  of  Peter- 
borough, 1614.  Buried  in  Peterborough  Cathedral,  July  25, 
1629.  Admon.  (Peterb.)  1629.  (D.N.B.;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
DOVE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  25,  1609. 
Matric.  1609. 

DOVE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1618. 
Of  Surrey.  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625.  Perhaps  R.  of  Pattis- 
wick,  Essex,  till  1641;  sequestered.   V.  of  W.  Mersea. 

DOVE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1623.  Of  North- 
amptonshire. S.  and  h.  of  Sir  William,  Knt.,  of  Upton, 
Northants.  B.  at  Peterborough,  1606.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  May  11,  1626.  Married  in  1633,  Frances,  dau.  of 
William  Becke,  of  Castleacre,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Buried  at  Castor, 
Apr.  26,  1654.    {N.  and  Q.,  6th  S.,  ix.  417.) 

DOVE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1650  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Henry,  of  Salisbury.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford, 
Oct.  22,  1630,  age  18;  B.A.  1632;  M.A.  1634-5.  R.  of  Elm, 
Cambs.,  and  Emneth,  Norfolk,  1646,  on  his  brother  Robert's 
sequestration.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

DOVE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1652.  Of  North- 
amptonshire. 

DOVE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity  Hall,  June  26,  1746. 
Matric.  1747;  Scholar,.  1747.  Perhaps  LL.B.  1766.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Jime  10,  1750;  priest.  Mar.  18,  i753-  V.  of 
Gazeley,  Cambs.,  1766-1808.  R.  of  Rattlesden,  Sufiolk. 
1798-1808.  One  of  these  names  R  of  Caldecote,  Herts.,  1789. 

DOVE  or  DOWE,  TIMOTHY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  6, 
1650.  S.  of  Barjonas  (1609),  V.  of  Aslackby,  Lines.  B.  there. 
Matric.  1653.  Migrated  to  St  John's,  Jan.  21,  1654-5,  age  20. 
B.A.  1654-5;  M.A.  1670.  Ord.  in  Ireland  by  the  Bishop  of 
Ardfert  and  Aghadoe.  R.  of  Rippingale,  Lines.,  1660.  {Lines. 
Pedigrees,  390.) 

DOVE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1570. 

DOVE  or  DOWE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  scholar  (age  18)  at  Caius, 
Jan.  n,  1580-1.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Debenham,  Sufiolk. 
Schools,  Botesdale,  Bungay,  and  Fressingfield.  Matric. 
1580-1. 

DOVE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  2, 
1638.  S.  of  Thomas,  yeoman.  B.  at  Newton-on-Rawclifie, 
Yorks.  Schools,  Pickering  (Mr  Edward  Bright)  and  Coxwold 
(Mr  William  Smelt).   Matric.  1638;  B.A.  1641-2;  M.A.  1646. 

DOVE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  3, 
1695-6.  Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1699-1700.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
May,  1700;  priest,  1700. 

DOWE, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1563. 

DOVE, .  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Easter,  1636.  Of 

Sufiolk. 
DOVER,  Earl  of,  see  CAREY,  HENRY. 

DOVER,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  8,  1685. 
S  of  James,  citizen  of  Norwich.  B.  there.  School,  Norwich. 
Matric.  1685;  Scholar,  1685-92;  B.A.  1688-9;  M.A.  1692. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1694.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1691. 
V.  of  Limpenhoe  and  Southwood,  1693-1727.  R.  of  Burling- 
ham  St  Peter,  Norfolk,  1697-1727.  R.  of  Blofield,  I727-35- 
Died  July  18, 1735.  M.I.  at  Blofield.  WiU  (Norw.  C.C.)  1735- 
(Venn,  i.  478.) 


DowMAN,  Edward 

DOVER,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Jan.  29,  1599-1600. 
B.  at  Ba^senthwaite,  Cumberland.  B.A.  1602-3;  M.A.  1606. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  26, 1605,  age  24,  C.  of  Bame  Elms; 
priest,  Dec.  20,  1606.  C.  of  St  Andrew  Wardrobe.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Cranford  St  John,  Northants.,  1621-4.  Died  1624. 
DOVER,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Feb.  1593-4-  Of 

Norfolk.   Matric.  c.  1594. 
DOVER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  15,  1595.  Of 
Norfolk.   Matric.  c.  1595.   One  of  these  names,  of  Gt  Elling- 
ham,  Norfolk,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  27,  1604-5. 
DOVER,    ROBERT.     Sizar   at   Queens',   Aug.    25,    1613.     Of 

Cumberland. 
DOVER,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Caius,  Nov.  4,  1686;  M.B. 
1687.    S.  of  John,  of  Barton -on-the-Heath,  Warws.,  gent. 
Bapt.  there.  May  6,   1662.    Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall, 
Oxford,  Dec.  1,  1680,  'aged  16';  B.A.  1684.    Practised  at 
Bristol.   Sailed  thence  in  1708,  on  a  privateering  expedition 
round  the  world  for  three  years,  where  they  took  many  prizes, 
and  captured  Guayaquil,  Ecuador.   Licentiate,  R.C.P.  1721. 
Practised  afterwards  in  London  and  elsewhere.    Known  as 
the  inventor  of  'Dover's  powder.'    Author,   The  Ancient 
Physician's  Legacy.    Buried  at  Stanwav,  Gloucs.,  Apr.  15, 
1742.    (D.N.B.;   Vis.  of  Warws.,  1682;  and  Venn,  Early 
Collegiate  Life.) 
DOVER,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  6,  1653.   Of 
Yorkshire.   Scholar,  1655;  B.A.  1656-7;  M.A.  1660.  College 
Chaplain,  1658-1660.   V.  of  Appleton,  Yorks.,  1662. 
DOVEY,  JOHN.    B.A.  from  St  John's,  1588-9.   Of  Worcester- 
shire.   M.A.  1592.    Fellow,  1591-2. 
DOWBIGGIN,  DAVID.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  23, 

1751.   Of  Horton,  Yorks.   B.A.  1755. 
DOWBIGGIN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  16, 
1718.   S.  of  Christopher,  husbandman,  of  Lancashire.   B.  at 
Tatham.  School,  Sedbergh.   Brother  of  Thomas  (1718). 
DOWBIGGIN,   THOMAS.     Adm.   sizar   (age   20)   at  Christ's, 
June  9,  1671.    S.  of  Thomas.    Probably  b.  at  Ince,  Lanes. 
School,  Thirsk.    B.A.   1674-5.    Ord.   deacon   (York)   Sept. 
1675;  priest,  June,  1680.   R.  of  Birkby,  near  Northallerton, 
Aug.  14,  1701.   Buried  there  July  14,  1721.   (Peile,  11   36.) 
DOWBIGGIN,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  Apr.   14, 
1718.   S.  of  Christopher,  husbandman,  of  Lancashire.   B.  at 
Tatham,  near  Lancaster.    School,  Sedbergh.    Matric.  1718; 
B.A.   1721-2.    Ord.  deacon  (York)   May  20,   1722;  priest, 
June  9,  1723     V.  of  Garton-on  the-Wolds,  Yorks.,  before 
1750.   V.  of  Button  Cranswick,  1750-67.   Brother  of  John 
(1718).   {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  316.) 
DOWDESWELL,  CHARLES.   Elected  scholar  at  Trinity,  from 
Westminster,  1704;  but  entered  at  Christ  Church,  Oxford. 
S.  of  William,  of  Ashton,  Gloucs.,  clerk.  Died  July  22,  1705. 
DOWDESWELL,  GEORGE.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Sept.  20, 
1731.    B.   in  London.    Matric.    1732;   B.A.    1735-6-    Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  21,  1735-6.   R.  of  Bradeston,  Norfolk, 
1758-63.   R.  of  Strumpshaw,  1758-63.   Died  Nov.  25,  1763. 
DOWDING,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  29,  1706.   2nd  s.  of  Joseph,  gent.,  of  Slower  Provost, 
Dorset.    School,  Eton.    Matric.  1706;  Scholar,  1706.    Adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  June,  1706. 
DOWE,  see  also  DOVE. 
DOWE  or  DOWS,  JOHN.   B.Can.L.  1506-7- 
DOWELL,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  29, 
1645.  S.  of  Peter.  B.  at  Leicester.  School,  Leicester.  Matric. 
1645;  B.A.  1648-9;  M.A.  1656.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1658. 
V.  of  Melton  Mowbray,  1660-90.  Author,  theological.  Buried, 
Oct.  5,  1690,  at  Melton  Mowbray.  Will,  Leicester.  {Peile,  1. 
496;  Nichols,  11.  249.) 
DOWELL,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Jan.  27,  1648-9. 
Of  Warwickshire.   One  of  these  names  C.  of  Weeley,  Essex, 
in  1650.   R.  1654-60. 
DOWELL,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1622. 

Of  Dorset. 
DOWGLASS,  see  DOUGLAS. 
DOWKE,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1555- 

Of  Yorkshire.  B.A.  1559-60.  Fellow,  1560. 
DOWKER,  see  DOUKER. 

DOWLE,  NATHANIEL.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1622. 

DOWLMAN, .   D.D.  1523-4- 

DOWLY,  PETER.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  19, 
1680. 

DOWLY, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1552. 

DOWMAN,  see  also  DOLMAN. 

DOWMAN,    EDWARD.    Matric.   pens,    from   Trinity,  Michs. 
1582. 


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DowMAN,  Francis 

DOWMAN,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Jan. 

29,  1639-40.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Uffington,  Lines.  B.  at 

Clipsham,  Rutland.  School,  Stanford.  Matric.  1640.  Brother 

of  Mildmay  (1648).   (Lines.  Pedigrees.) 
DOWMAN,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  July  8, 

1681.    S.  of  Mildmay  (1648),  Esq.    B.  at  Soham,  Cambs. 

School,  Bury  St  Edmunds.  Matric.  1681.  Father  of  the  next. 

DOWMAN,  ISAAC.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  May  26, 
1708.   S.  of  Isaac  (above),  of  Soham,  Cambs.,  gent.   Matnc. 
1709. 
DOWMAN,   JAMES.     Matric.   pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1553- 
DOWMAN,  DOWLMAN  or  DOLMAN,  JOHN.    B.Civ.L.  1488; 
D  Civ.L.  1494.    S.  of  William,  of  Pocklington,  Yorks.    In- 
corp.  at  Oxford,  1514.   R.  of  AU  Saints',  Fulboum,  Cambs., 
c    1475.    R.  of  Pocklington,  Yorks.    Preb.  of  Sarum,  1505. 
R.   of  St  Nicholas  Aeons,  London,   1506.    Archdeacon  of 
Sufiolk,   1507-26.    Preb.  of  St  Paul's,   1507-26.    Preb.  of 
Lichfield,  1509-25.    Founder  of  Pocklington  School,  1514. 
Benefactor  to  St  John's.   Died  Nov.  11,  1525-   WiU  (P-CC.) 
1526  To  be  buried  in  the  Chapel  of  St  Catharine  m  St  Paul  s. 
[Cooper,  I.  S3;  A  I.  Oxon.;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 
DOWMAN,  MILDMAY.    Adm.  pens,   (age   17)   at  St  John's, 
Apr   5    1648.   S.  of  WiUiam,  gent.,  of  Uffington,  near  Stam- 
ford, Lines.   B.  there.   School,  Botolph  Bridge,  near  Peter- 
borough.  Matric.  1650.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  14,  1651. 
Brother  of  Francis  (1639-40),  father  of  Isaac  (1681). 
DOWMAN  or  DOLMAN,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at 
St  John's,  Apr.  25,  1657.   S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Hayton, 
Yorks.   B.  there.  School,  Pocklington.   Matric.  1658.   Prob- 
ably R.  of  North  Newbald,  Yorks.,  1680. 
DOWMAN,  ROGER.   Adm.  scholar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Mar.  26, 
1582.    S.   of  Thomas,   gent.    B.  at  'Havere'   (?  Hathem), 
Leics.    School,  Kegworth.    Probably  drowned  in  the  Cam. 
Buried  at  Grantchester,  May  4,  1583.  (Venn,  1.  114.) 
DOWNALL,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Pembroke, 

Michs.  1602. 
DOWNE  ANTHONY.     Matric.   sizar  from   Pembroke,   Michs. 
1628,' as  Ambrose;  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  V.  of  Northam, 
Devon;  ejected,  1662.   Died  at  the  age  of  80.   Will  (Exeter) 
1690-  of  Exeter.  Brother  of  Mark  (1629)  and  Thomas  (1625), 
father  of  John  (1677)  and  Thomas  (1670).   (Calamy,  i.  386.) 
DOWNE,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  14,  1631. 
Matric.   1631.    Of  Devon.    Perhaps  s.  of  John  (next),  of 
Instow,  Devon.   Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  June 
21,  1633,  age  20;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1634-5;  M.A.  1637-     M.D. 
from  Caen,  1647-8.    Incorp.  at  Oxford.    Practised  at  Barn- 
staple.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
DOWNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  i,  1586.  S.  of 
John  (and  Joan,  sister  of  Bishop  Jewell).  B.  at  Holdsworthy, 
Devon,  c.  1570.   Matric.  1586;  Scholar;  B.A.  1589-90;  M.A. 
1593-  B.D.  1600.    Fellow,  1594.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1600. 
V.  of  Winsford,  Somerset,  1602-5.    R.  of  Instow,  Devon, 
1604-31.   Author,  religious.   Buried  at  Instow,  1631.   Will, 
P.C.C.  Perhaps  father  of  Henry  (above).  (D.N.B.  According 
to  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  3rd  S.,  i.  200,  he  was  s.  of  Henry.) 
DOWNE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  6,  1603. 
S  of  William,  R.  of  Gidleigh,  Devon.  School,  Clanaborough, 
Devon.    Matric.  1603.    One  of  these  names  R.  of  Nymet 
Rowland;  will  proved  (Exeter)  1619.  (Venn,  I.  182.) 
DOWNE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  9,  1677. 
S  of  Anthony  (1628),  clerk.  B.  at  Northam,  Devon.  School, 
Tiverton.    Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684.    FeUow, 
1689.   Died  in  College,  of  small-pox,  c.  1689.   Will  proved 
(V.C.C.)  1689.   Brother  of  Thomas  (1670). 
DOWNE,  MARK.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  6,  1629.    Of 
Devon.  B.A.  1631-2;  M.A.  1635.  Ejected  from  St  Petrock's, 
Exeter,  1662.    Died  Oct.  x68o.   Brother  of  Anthony  (1628) 
and  Thomas  (1625).    (Calamy,  i.  370.) 
DOWNE,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Pembroke,  Aug.  30,  1662. 
S    of  Walter,  of  Devon,  farmer.    Matric.  1663.    Previously 
matric.  from  Exeter  CoUege,  Oxford,  July  13,  1660.   B.A. 
1663-4.  V.  of  St  Bruard,  Cornwall,  1691-1703.   Will  proved 
(Exeter)  1723- 
DOWNE,  RICHARD.  M.A.  1626  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Perhaps 
s   of  John,  of  Pilton,  Devon.    Matric.  from  Exeter  CoUege, 
Dec.  13,  1615,  age  18;  B.A.  1619;  M.A.  1621-2;  B.D.  1630; 
D.D.  1633.    R.  of  Tawstock  and  Marwood,  Devon,  1636. 
(Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Devon,  1620.) 
DOWNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1598; 
B  A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1605.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1605.    Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  June  29,  1603.    V.  of  Stratton, 
Cornwall,  1606;  of  Buckland  Bruere,  Devon,  1611.    Will 
(Exeter)  1630;  of  Stratton. 


DowNES,  George 

DOWNE,  THOMAS,  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1625. 
Of  Cornwall.  Migrated  to  Queens',  June  8, 1625.  B.A.  1628- 
9;  M.A.  1632.  Ejected  from  St  Edmund's,  Exeter,  1662. 
Probably  brother  of  Anthony  (1628)  and  Mark  (1629). 
(Calamy,  i.  369.) 

DOWNE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  24)  at  St  John's,  June  25, 
1670;  B.A.  1670-1.  S.  of  Anthony  (1628),  V.  of  Northam, 
Devon.  B.  there.  Matric.  from  Exeter  CoUege,  Oxford, 
Dec.  17,  1663.  R.  of  Sutcombe,  Devon,  1670.  WiU  (Exeter) 
1702.  Brother  of  John  (i677).   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DOWNE,  Viscount,  see  DAWNAY,  JOHN. 

DOWNER,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1608  (Incorp.  from  Oxford);  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1604;  M.A.  1608;  B.D.  1614.  Ord.  deacon  (Oxford) 
Sept.  25;  priest,  Dec.  18, 1608.  R.  of  Radnage,  Bucks.,  1613. 
V.  of  Kirtlington,  Oxon.,  1616.  V.  of  Charlbury,  1623.  (Al. 
Oxon.) 

DOWNES,  ANDREW.  Scholar  of  St  John's,  1567.  Of  Salop. 
School,  Shrewsbury.  B.A.  1570-1;  M.A.  1574;  B.D.  1582. 
FeUow,  1571.  Regius  Professor  of  Greek,  1585-1624.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  June  25,  1575.  One  of  the  translators  of  the 
Authorized  Version.  Died  Feb.  2, 1627-8.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1628. 
(D.N.B.) 

DOWNES,  ANDREW.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1641. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Coppenhall,  Cheshire,  1653.  Buried 
there  June  3,  1674. 

DOWNES,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June 
25,  1743-  S.  of  Joseph  (1714),  clerk,  of  Manchester.  B.  at 
Stockport.  School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1743;  LL.B.  i749- 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  24,  1749;  priest  (Rochester) 
Sept.  23,  1750.  FeUow  of  the  Collegiate  Church  of  Man- 
chester, 1760-3.  R.  of  St  Mary's,  Manchester,  i76i-3'  I^i^d 
Oct.  31,  1763.   (Scott-Mayor,  in.  537.) 

DOWNES,  CHRISTOPHER.  B.A.  1534-5;  M.A.  1538-9;  B.D. 
1546.  One  of  the  original  fellows  of  Trinity,  1546.  V.  of 
Enfield,  Middlesex,  1550-5-   Died  1555. 

DOWNES,  EDMUND.  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1600. 

DOWNES,  EDWARD.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Jesus,  May  14, 1709- 
S.  and  h.  of  Edward,  of  Shrigley,  Cheshire,  Esq.  Matric.  1709. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Oct.  18,  1711.  Succeeded  his 
father  at  Shrigley.  Died  Aug.  4,  1748.  Buried  at  Prestbury. 
(A.  Gray.) 

DOWNES,  ELKANAH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  10, 
1630.  S.  of  Robert,  carpenter,  of  Yorkshire.  B.  at  Pudsey. 
Bapt.  at  Calverley,  Aug.  4,  1611.  School,  Bradford.  Matric. 
1631;  B.A.  1633-4;  Scholar,  1634-7;  M.A.  1637;  D.D.  1661 
(Lit.  Reg.).  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  24,  1637;  pnest,  May 
20,  1638.  V.  of  Ashstead,  Surrey,  tiU  1683.  R.  of  Digswell, 
Herts.,  1647  (when  he  subscribed  the  Bishop  of  London's 
book,  Mar.  18,  1646-7).  P.C.  of  St  Mary's,  Chatham,  1661-2. 
P.C.  of  Trinity  Minories,  London,  1661-6.  R.  of  St  Leonard, 
Eastcheap,  1661-6.  Preacher  at  St  Bartholomew's,  1662. 
Died  1683.  Will  (Comm.  C.  Surrey)  1683.  (Venn,  I. 
293-) 

DOWNES,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1550. 
One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Lincohi's  Inn,  Feb.  19, 
1552-3. 

DOWNES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Nov.  5, 
1644.  Of  Cheshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  Francis,  of  Chorley, 
Cheshire,  Esq.  Adm.  at  Oundle  School,  Mar.  4,  1637-8;  then 
Uving  at  Pytchley.  One  of  these  names,  of  Northamptonshire, 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  i,  1646-7. 

DOWNES,  GEOFFREY.  B.A.  1485-6;  M.A.  1489-  FeUow  of 
Queens',  1490-4.  Died  1529;  see  next. 

DOWNES,  GEOFFREY.  Of  Lichfield  diocese.  B.A.  1511-2; 
M.A.  1515;  B.D.  1521;  D.D.  1526.  S.  of  Roger,  of  Shrigley, 
Cheshire.  FeUow  of  Jesus,  1512.  University  preacher,  1520. 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Oct.  20,  15 16;  priest,  Dec.  20,  1516.  Preb. 
of  York,  1532.  Preb.  of  SouthweU,  1535.  ChanceUor  of  York, 
1537-60.  Died  July,  1561.  WUl  (Dean  and  Chapter  of  York) 
1561.  From  wiU  of  James  Downes,  R.  of  Wickham  Breux, 
Kent,  1529:  'Mr  Geoffrey  Downes,  D.D.,  of  Jesus  CoUege  to 
pray  for  my  soul  and  the  soul  of  Mr  Geoffrey  Downes.' 
(Cooper,  I.  210;  A.  Gray.) 

DOWNES,  GEOFFREY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May, 
1554.  B.  at  Shrigley,  Cheshire.  B.A.  1557-8;  M.A.  1561. 
FeUow  of  St  John's,  1558.  B.D.  (Oxford)  1572.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  June,  1568.  R.  of  ChadweU,  Essex,  1568-75;  oi 
St  Margaret  Lothbury,  1572-3;  deprived.  V.  of  Gillingham, 
Kent,  1572-91.  R.  of  Bishopsboume,  1576-9;  of  Little 
Thurrock,  Essex,  1579.  Buried  at  GUhngham,  Nov.  16, 1591. 
(.4/.  Oxon.;  Peile,  1.  55;  Cooper,  11.  182.) 

DOWNES,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1564. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Higham-on-the-HUl,  Leics.,  1579-83-  Died 
Apr.  22,  1583- 


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DowNES,  Henry 

DOWNES,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  30, 
1740.  S.  of  John  (1708),  clerk,  of  Derbyshire.  B.  at  Derwent 
(his  mother  was  of  Derwent  Hall,  Derby).  School,  Rother- 
ham.  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  17+3-4-  Ord.  priest  (York)  Feb.  19, 
1743-4.  C.  of  St  Paul's,  Sheffield,  1745-75-  Master  of 
Shrewsbury  (or  Talbot's)  Hospital,  Sheffield.  V.  of  Eccles- 
field,  1768-75.  Died  July  i,  i775-  Buried  at  St  Paul's, 
Sheffield.  (Scott-Mayor,  in.  508;  F.M.G.,  694;  M.  H.  Pea- 
cock.) 

DOWNES,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1579. 
One  of  these  names  subscribed  for  deacon's  and  priest's 
orders  (Lincoln)  Mar.  26,  1586.  V.  of  Hainton,  Lines.,  1586. 

DOWNES,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June  25, 
1715.  S.  of  Richard,  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  East  Meon, 
Hants.  School,  Cambridge  (Mr  Foster).  Matric.  1715;  B.A. 
1718-9.  Brother  of  Marmaduke  (1715)  and  John  (1701). 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1766,  of  one  of  these  names,  'of  Petersfield, 
Hants.,  clerk.' 

DOWNES,  JAMES.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Oct.  31,  1727-  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1728.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20, 
1730.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  North  Burlingham,  Norfolk, 
in  1737. 

DOWNES,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1551. 

DOWNES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1568; 
B.A.  1571-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  24,  1576-7;  priest, 
Aug.  27,  1577.  R.  of  Benniworth,  Lines.,  1576-7.  R.  of 
Lusby,  1582.    R.  of  Manby,  1583. 

DOWNES,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1597. 

DOWNES  or  DOWNE,  JOHN.  Incorp.  M.A.  from  Oxford,  1629. 
Of  Wiltshire.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  June  26, 
1621  (age  17);  B.A.  (Oxford)  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Feb.  28;  priest,  Mar.  i,  1628-9.  One  of  these  names 
R.  of  Brockley,  Suffolk,  1635-70.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DOWNES,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  June 
29,  1633-  S.  of  Roger  (reader  of  Gray's  Inn).  B.  at  Wardley, 
Lanes.  School,  Wardley  (private).  Matric.  1633.  Adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  6,  1635.  Married  Penelope,  dau.  of  Sir  Cecil 
Trafford.  Of  Wardley  Hall,  Esq.  An  ardent  royalist.  Died 
May,  1648.  Brother  of  Roger  (1618-9).  (Peile,  i.  428;  Hart- 
Davis,  Wardley  Hall.) 

DOWNES,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  3, 
1701.  S.  of  Richard,  clerk.  B.  at  East  Meon,  Hants.  Matric. 
1701;  B.A.  1705-6;  M.A.  1709.  One  of  these  names  C.  of 
RothweU,  Yorks.  Buried  there  Dec.  6,  1715.  Brother  of 
Marmaduke  (1715)  and  James  (1715). 

DOWNES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  12, 
1708.  S.  of  John,  goldsmith.  B.  in  London.  School,  Merchant 
Taylors'.  Matric.  1708;  B.A.  1712-3.  Ord.  deacon  (Bishop  of 
Llandaff,  in  Hereford  Cathedral)  Aug.  16,  1713.  V.  of  St 
Paul's,  Sheffield,  1739-45.  R.  of  St  Michael,  Wood  St, 
London,  1745-60.  Lecturer  at  St  Mary-le-Bow.  Married 
Ann,  dau.  of  Henry  Balguy.  of  Darwent  HaU.  Died  1760. 
Father  of  Henry  (1740).   (F.M.G.,  694;  M.  H.  Peacock.) 

DOWNES,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  21, 
1710.  S.  of  Richard,  gent.  B.  at  Melverley,  Salop.  School, 
Oswestry.  Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1714-5;  M.A.  1721.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  13,  1714-5. 

DOWNES,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Oct.  5, 1748.  S.  of  John,  counsellor,  of  America.  B.  at  Spring. 
School,  Shrewsbury.  Matric.  1748;  B.A.  1753-4;  M.A.  1756. 
Fellow,  1755-62.  Ord.  deacon  (Chester)  June  13;  priest 
(Bangor)  Sept.  19,  1756.  The  father  was  of  Barbados; 
barrister  of  the  Middle  Temple.   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  583.) 

DOWNES,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  16, 
1714.  S.  of  John,  cutler.  B.  at  Sheffield,  Yorks.  School, 
Sheffield.  Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1717-8;  M.A.  1722.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Feb.  22,  1718-9;  priest  (York)  June,  1721. 
Chaplain  of  the  Collegiate  Church  of  Manchester.  Died  1739. 
Father  of  Charles  (1743). 

DOWNES,  MARLUS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1628. 

DOWNES,  MARMADUKE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  25,  1715.  S.  of  Richard,  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  East 
Meon,  Hants.  School,  Cambridge  (Mr  Foster).  Matric.  1715; 
B.A.  1718-9;  M.A.  1722;  B.D.  1730.  Fellow,  1722-38. 
Taxor,  1727.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  12,  1720;  priest, 
Sept.  1722.  Brother  of  John  (1701)  and  James  (1715). 

DOWNES,  PETER.   B.A.  1525-6. 

DOWNES,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1616. 

DOWNES,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1626;  B.A.  1629-30.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Ashdon, 
Essex,  1659. 

DOWNES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June 
21,  1714.  S.  of  Richard,  clerk.  B.  at  Chichester.  School, 
Cambridge.   Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1717-8. 

DOWNES,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1550. 


DowNHAM,  Samuel 

DOWNES,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1552; 
B.A.  1561-2;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1565.  Fellow,  1563. 
Probably  R.  of  Homersfield,  Suffolk,  1565-6.  R.  of  Stan- 
stead,  1574.  Preb.  of  Norwich,  1577-87.  R.  of  Shimpling, 
Norfolk,  1586. 

DOWNES,  RO.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1559. 
One  Robert  Downes  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  19, 
1564. 

DOWNES,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1563. 
B.  at  'Westchester.'  Scholar,  in  1564.  Ord.  priest  (London) 
Feb.  15,  1569-70,  age  26.  R.  of  Panfield,  Essex,  1569-75. 
(Peile,  I.  79.) 

DOWNES,  ROGER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  22, 
1618-9.  Matric.  1618-9.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Roger, 
reader  of  Gray's  Inn;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  6,  1615. 
Of  Wardley,  Lanes.,  Esq.  Died  before  1638.  Brother  of 
John  (1633).  (Vis.  of  Lmhcs.,  1613,  1664;  Hart-Davis, 
Wardley  Hall.) 

DOWNES,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1616.  Of  Lincolnshire.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1619-20. 
M.A.  from  St  John's,  1623.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  18; 
priest,  Feb.  19,  1626-7.   R.  of  Manby,  Lines.,  1627. 

DOWNES,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  King's,  Sept.  1662.  Of 
Cheshire.  Matric.  1663.  Migrated  to  Pembroke  (age  18)  Jan. 
2,  1663-4.  B.A.  1666-7;  M.A.  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
May  17,  1668;  priest  (London)  Sept.  1668.  Schoolmaster  at 
Coggeshall,  Essex. 

DOWNES,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1665-6. 
Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673;  M.D.  1680. 

DOWNES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  c.  1595. 
One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  4,  1595-6. 

DOWNES,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1609-10;  M.A. 
1613. 

DOWNES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  21, 
1664.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Stowlangtoft,  Suffolk.  Matric. 
1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  One  of  these  names  buried  at 
Newton-by-Wisbech,  Cambs.,  1683.    (Ely  Dioc.  Reg.,  342.) 

DOWNES,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  (?  1508-9);  M.A.  1514-5.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Gt  Warley,  Essex,  1522-34. 

DOWNS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  25, 
1709-10.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Newby,  Yorks.  School,  Guisborough , 
Yorks.  (Mr  Jacques).  Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1714-5.  Ord.  priest 
(Norwich)  Dec.  1714.  V.  of  Over,  Cambs.,  1714- 

DOWNHALL,  see  DONHALT. 

DOWNHAM  or  DOWNAME,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Christ's,  Nov.  1581.  S.  of  William,  Bishop  of  Chester.  B.A. 
1584-5;  M.A.  1588;  B.D.  1595;  D.D.  1601.  Fellow,  1587-96. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1591.  One  of  the  earliest  teachers  of  the 
Logic  of  Ramus.  Chaplain  to  James  I.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's, 
1593-1616.  Preb.  of  Chester,  1594-9-  R-  oi  St  Margaret, 
Lothbury,  1596-1601.  R.  of  Gt  Munden,  Herts.,  1601-16. 
R.  of  St  Michael-le-Queme,  1614-7.  Preb.  of  Wells,  1615. 
Bishop  of  Derry,  1616-34.  Famous  as  a  logician.  Author, 
Sermons,  etc.  Died  at  Derry,  Apr.  17,  1634.  Buried  in  the 
Cathedral  there.  Brother  of  John  (1589),  father  of  Samuel 
(1615).    (Peile,  1.  166;  D.N.B.) 

DOWNHAM  or  DOWNAME,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (aee  18)  at 
Christ's,  Jan.  15,  1626-7.  S.  of  John  (1589).  of  All  Hallows, 
Thames  Street.  B.  in  London.  At  school  under  Mr  Hamebie. 
Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M..A.  1634.  C.  of  St  Stephen 
Walbrook,  London,  c.  1637-9.  Perhaps  R.  of  South  Repps, 
Norfolk,  1638-47.   Author,  Sermon.  (Peile,  1.  379-) 

DOWNHAM,  GREGORY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1572.  Greek  scholar,  from  Merchant  Taylors'  School.  Per- 
haps B.A.  1575.  Incorp.  B.A.  at  Oxford  (as  Downhall)  1577- 
8.    A  master  in  chancery. 

DOWNAME,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1589. 
S.  of  William,  Bishop  of  Chester.  B.A.  1592-3;  M.A.  1596; 
B.D.  1603.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London)  July,  1598, 
age  27.  V.  of  St  Olave  Jewry,  1599-1602.  R.  of  St  Mar- 
garet, Lothbury,  1602-18.  R.  of  All  Hallows,  Thames  Street, 
1630-52.  Lecturer  at  St  Bartholomew  Exchange,  Licenser 
of  the  Press,  1643.  Appointed  to  examine  and  ordain 
ministers  in  London,  1644.  Author.  Died  1652.  Will 
(P.C.C).  Brother  of  George  (1581),  father  of  George  (1626). 
(Peile,  I.  196;  D.N.B.) 

DOWNHAM,  MILES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1565.  B.  in  Cambridgeshire.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  23, 
1566-7;  priest,  Dec.  21,  1568.  V.  of  Hinxton,  Cambs.,  1568. 
Aged  38  in  1572.   (W.  M.  Noble.) 

DOWNHAM,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1615- 
S.  of  George  (1581),  Bishop  of  Derry.  Bapt.  at  St  Margaret, 
Lothbury,  Jan.  21,  1598-9-   (Peite,  i.  302.) 

DOWNHAM, .   Resident  as  sizar  at  Christ's,  in  1564. 


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Downing,  Calibute 

DOWNING,  CALIBUTE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter, 
1623.  S.  of  Calibute,  of  Shennington,  Gloucs.  (?).  Matric. 
1623.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  B.A.  from  Oriel  College,  1626. 
Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1629.  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1630; 
LL.D.  1637.  R.  of  Ickford,  Bucks.,  1632-6;  and  of  West 
Ilsley,  Berks.,  1632-7.  V.  of  Hackney,  Middlesex,  1637-43- 
Chaplain  in  the  Earl  of  Essex's  assembly  of  divines.  Author, 
religious.  Died  1644.  Will,  P.C.C.  His  s.  George,  created 
Bart.   {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 

DOWNEING,  CHARLES.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  10,  1683.  S.  of  Sir  George,  Bart.,  of  Gamhngay,  Cambs. 
B.  in  Middlesex.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1683.  Comptroller 
of  the  Customs  at  Salem,  New  England.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Apr.  11,  1687.  Died  Apr.  15,  i740.  Brother  of 
George  (1668-9)  and  William  (1678),  father  of  Jacob  Garrard 
(1734).    (Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  1.  99.) 

DOWNING,  EDMUND.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1619; 
BA  1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22; 
priest,  Dec.  23,  1627.  PeiU  (i.  330)  suggests  that  he  was 
brother  of  Calibute  (1623).  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Mable- 
thorpe,  Lines.,  1669. 

DOWNING,  EMMANUEL.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Dec. 
16,  1602.  S.  of  George  (1569).  of  Ipswich.  Bapt.  at  St 
Laurence,  Ipswich,  Aug.  12,  1585.  Of  the  Inner  Temple. 
For  some  years  in  Dublin.  Emigrated  to  New  England,  1638. 
Settled  in  Salem,  Mass.  Took  a  prominent  part  in  Colonial 
affairs.  After  one  or  two  trips  to  England  he  returned  per- 
manently in  1654.  Died  at  Edinburgh,  c.  1660.  His  son 
George  was  created  Bart.,  1663.  Perhaps  brother  of  Joseph 
(l6io).    (J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

DOWNING,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1629;  B.A.  1631;  M.A.  1635. 

DOWNING,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1569. 
S.  of  George,  of  Beccles,  Suffolk.  B.A.  1573-4;  M.A.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  1577.  Master  of  Ipswich  Grammar  School, 
1589-1610.  Will  proved,  1610.  Father  of  Emmanuel  (1602) 
and  perhaps  of  Joseph  (1610).   (Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  1.  99.) 

DOWNINGE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Feb.  18, 
1636-7.  S.  of  George,  weaver.  B.  in  Norwich.  School, 
Saham  Toney.  Matric.  1637;  Scholar,  1637-44;  B.A.  1640-1; 
M  A.  1644.  Fellow  of  Sidney,  1661  (by  royal  mandate).  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Aug.  20;  priest,  Aug.  22,  1662.  V.  of 
Chicheley,  Bucks.,  1662.  Archdeacon  of  Coventry,  1673-84. 
Chancellor  of  Lichfield,  1676-84.  Died  1684.  (Venn,  1. 
324O 

DOWNING,  GEORGE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Feb.  i668-g. 
Of  East  Hatley ,  Cambs.  S.  of  Sir  George,  Bart. ,  of  Gamlingay. 

B.  c.  1656.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  5,  1669.  Teller  of 
the  Exchequer,  1680-9.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  1684  Sheriff 
of  Cambs.  and  Hunts.,  1686-7  Father  of  the  founder  of 
Downing  College.  Benefactor  to  Clare.  Died  June,  1711- 
Brother  of  Charles  (1683)  and  William  (1678). 

DOWNING,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  3,  1684. 
Probably  s.  of  Richard,  of  Grendon,  Northants.  Adm.  at 
Oundle  School,  Jan.  15,  1682-3,  age  16.  Matric.  1684;  B.A. 
1687-8;  M.A.  1691.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  24,  1688-9; 
priest,  bee.  21,  1690.  R.  of  Hinxworth,  Herts.,  1697.  Father 
of  the  next. 

DOWNING,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Jan. 
21,  1719-20.  S.  of  George  (above),  clerk,  of  Hertfordshire. 
B.'at  Hinxworth,  near  Biggleswade.  School,  Bishop's  Stort- 
ford.  Matric.  1720;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A.  1727-  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  May  23,  1725;  priest  (Canterbury)  Mar.  6,  1725-6. 

C.  of  St  Mary  Magdalene,  Canterbury,  1725-7.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Little  Wakering,  Essex,  1748-79-   (Scott-Mayor,  111.  329.) 

DOWNING,  JACOB  GARRARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel, 
Oct.  II,  1734,  as  'James.'  S.  of  Charles  (1683).  Succeeded 
as  4th  Bart.,  June,  1749-  Of  Gamlingay  Park,  Cambs. 
M.P.  for  Dunwich,  Sufiolk,  i74i-7i  i749-6i  and  1763-4- 
Died  in  Hill  Street,  Berkelev  Square,  Feb.  6,  1764.  Will, 
P.C.C.  By  his  death  the  will  of  Sir  George,  for  the  foundation 
of  Downing  College,  came  into  effect.  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.; 
G.E.C.) 

DOWNING,  HENRY.  M.A.  from  Queens',  1719-  Adm.  at  Trin. 
Coll.,  Dublin,  July  i,  1712,  age  16.  S.  of  Adam,  of  Rocktown, 
Derry.  B.A.  (Dublin)  1716.   (Al.  Dublin.) 

DOWNINGE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1608. 

DOWNING,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  King's,  1715-  S.  of  James,  of 
Halesowen,  Worcs.,  gent.  Matric.  from  University  College, 
Oxford,  Nov.  7,  i707,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1711.  R-  of 
EnviUe,  Staffs.,  1718.  Preb.  of  Lincohi,  1736.  Died  1737. 
(Al.  Oxon.) 

DOWNINGE,  JOSEPH.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  161&-1;  M.A.  from 
Queens',  1614.  S.  of  George  (?  1569),  of  Ipswich,  clerk.  R.  of 
St  Stephen's,  Ipswich,  1626.  R.  of  Layer  Mamey,  Essex, 
1628-46.  Perhaps  brother  of  Emmanuel  (1602). 


Dowsing,  John 

DOWNING,  RICHARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1573;  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1576-7;  M.A.  (Oxford)  1579-80. 
Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Apr.  i,  1578.   R.  of  Burrough-on-the-Hill, 
Leics.,    1578-83.     V.   of   Finedon,   Northants.,    1582-1606. 
Buried  there  Jan.  8,  1605-6.   Father  of  Thomas  (1603). 
DOWNING,  RICHARD.   Adm.  at  Christ's,  1689.  From  Trinity 
CoUege,  Dublin.    (Adm.  there  Oct.  6,  1684;  aged  19.    S.  of 
John, of  Middletown, Cork.)  Matric.  i689;B.A.  i689-9o;B.A. 
(Dublin)  i69i;M.A.  1692.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Dublin) 
1723;  V.  of  Tubbrid,  Tipperary. 
DOWNING,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1624;  B.A.  1631-2.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  26,  1631-2. 
DOWNING,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1595. 
DOWNING,   THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar   from   Christ's,  Easter, 
1603.    B.   at  Thingden   (near  Finedon),  Northants.    Ord. 
deacon  (Lichfield);  priest  (London)  Mar.  1609-10,  age  24. 
R.  of  St  Helen's,  London,  1613-7.  P-C.  of  St  Mary  Alderman- 
bury,  1617-25.   Died  Sept.  1625.  Admon.  (Cons.  C.  London) 
1625.    (Peile,  I.  244.) 
DOWNING,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 

Easter,  1556. 
DOWNING,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  Oct.  16, 
1678.   S.  of  Sir  George,  of  Gamlingay,  Cambs.,  Bart.   B.  at 
theHague,  Holland,  1663.  Matric.  1678.  Buried  at  St  James, 
Bury  St  Edmunds,  July  25,  1704.   Brother  of  Charles  (1683) 
and  George  (1668).    (Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  i.  99.) 
DOWSE,  BENJAMIN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  8, 
1704.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Huntingdon.  School,  Huntingdon. 
Scholar,   1704;   Matric.   1705-6;   B.A.   1707-8;  M.A.   1711. 
Fellow,  171 1.   Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  23,  1710.   Died 
1723.    (Peile,  II.  159.) 
DOWSE,   EDWARD.    M.A.   1616  (Incorp.   from  Oxford).    Of 
Wiltshire.    Matric.  from  Hart  HaU,  Oct.  14,  1597,  age  15; 
B.A.  1601 ;  M.A.  1604.  M.P.  for  Cricklade,  1625 ;  for  Chichester, 
1640;  for  Portsmouth,  1640-8,  in  the  Long  Parliament.  Died 
1648.  Will  (P.C.C.)  as  of  Petworth,  Sussex.   (Al.Oxon.) 
DOWSE,    HAMPTON.     Matric.    Fell.-Com.    from   St    John's, 

Easter,  1617. 
DOWSE  or  DOWFFE,  JOHN,   B.A.  1509-10. 
DOWSE,  PETER.    B.A.  1525-6.    Probably  fellow  of  Christ's, 
1528-9,  as  'Dawys.'  V.  of  Duxford  St  John,  Cambs.,  c.  1529. 
DOWSE,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1649- 
DOWSE,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  19, 
1677-8.    S.  of  John,  bookseller,  deceased.    B.  in  London. 
School,  Felsted.   Matric.  1677-8;  B.A.  1681-2. 
DOWSE,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  1,  1701     Of 
Wiltshire.    Matric.   1701;   B.A.    1704-5;   M.A.   1721.    Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  June  8,   1707;  C.  of  Wilby,  Northants.; 
priest.  Mar.  20,  1708-9.   V.  of  Lufton,  Somerset,  1709. 
DOWSE  or  DOWSETT,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1554.    Of  Lincolnshire.    B.A.   1556-7;  M.A.   1560. 
Fellow,  1557.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Heybridge,  Essex. 

DOWSE, .    B.Civ.L.  1532-3- 

DOWSEY  or  DOWSING,  CHRISTOPHER.    Matric.  sizar  from 

Clare,  Easter,  1575;  B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.   R.  of  Ripple, 

Kent,  1599-1616,  as  Dowsing.   P.C.  of  Walmer,  1616.   Died 

1616. 

DOWSEY,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent,  1559-60. 

DOWSING,  DANIEL.    Adm.  pens,  (age  c.  18)  at  Pembroke, 

June  2,  1653.   S.  of ,  of  Framlingham,  Suffolk.   Matric. 

1656;  B.A.  1656-7. 
DOWSING,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1575. 
DOWSING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  24,  1605-6. 

Matric.  1606. 
DOWSING,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  3, 
1669-70.  S  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Cottenham,  Cambs.  B. 
there.  School,  Cambridge  (Mr  Ralfe).  Matric.  1670;  B.A. 
1673-4;  M.A.  1677.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1683.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Mar.  16,  1678-9.  R.  of  Ampthill,  Beds.,  1680. 
V.  of  Isleham,  Cambs.,  1684.  Minor  Canon  of  St  Paul's,  1688. 
R.  of  Stisted,  Essex,  1704-6.  R.  of  Monk's  Eleigh,  Suffolk, 
1706.  R.  of  Cottenham,  Cambs.,  1715-22.  Buried  at  Cotten- 
ham, Nov.  9, 1722.  Father  of  the  next  (E.  ^ng/tan,  viii.  103.) 
DOWSING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  28, 
1733.  S.  of  John  (above),  R.  of  Cottenham,  Cambs.  School, 
Ely  (Mr  Gunning).  Matric.  1733;  LL.B.  from  Trinity  HaU, 
1739.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim.  from  Ely)  Sept.  25, 
1737;  priest  (Ely)  July,  i739-  R-  of  Wentworth,  Cambs., 
1740-2.  Died  Nov.  28,  1742.  M.I.  in  Ely  Cathedral. 
DOWSING,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1736.  Of  Bedford- 
shire. Matric.  1737;  B.A.  i739-4o;  M.A.  1743-  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  June  1,  1740;  priest,  June  13,  1742.  R-  of  South 
Wootton,  Norfolk,  1743-89-  V.of  Middleton,i758-97  Perhaps 
R.  of  Mannington,  1761-79;  and  R.  of  East  Barsham,  1762- 
88.   R.  of  Gunthori)e  w.  Bale,  1783. 

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Dowsing,  Philip 

DOWSING,  PHILIP.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1577; 
Scholar,  1578;  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584,  as  Dowsey  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Nov.  13,  1590.  as  'Dawson.' 

DOWSING,  ROBERT  (1507),  %ee  DUSSING. 

DOWSING,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1608. 
Of  Norfolk.   Matric.  Easter,  1611;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616. 

DOWSING,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  28, 
1647-8.   Of  Suffolk.   Matric.  1648;  B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655. 

DOWSING,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1623 ; 
B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Probably  V.  of  Long  Buckby, 
Northants.,  1629. 

DOWSING,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634. 

DOWSING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  13, 
1629.  Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1629-30,  as 'Dowsett.'  Probably 
not  the  iconoclast  who  was  s.  of  Wolfran  Dowsing,  of  Lax- 
field,  Suffolk. 

DOWSON,  JAMES.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1569. 

DOWTING,  WILLIAM.   D.Can.L.  1494-5- 

DOXFORD,  JEREMY,  see  DENFORD. 

DOYLE  or  DOYELL,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
Nov.  1566.  One  of  these  names,  of  Sufiolk,  adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Mar.  15,  1570. 

DOYLE  or  DOYELL,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
Nov.  1566.  One  of  these  names,  of  Norfolk,  adm.  at  Lincohi's 
Inn,  June  15,  i573- 

DOYLL,  H.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  Michs.  1565. 

DOYLE  or  DOYLEY,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1632  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Of  Oxfordshire.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  College,  Oxford, 
June  5,  1618,  age  18;  B.A.  1618;  M.A.  1621;  B.D.  1640.  V. 
of  Goring,  Sussex,  1628;  and  R.  of  Combes,  1640.  {Al.  Oxon.) 

DOYLE, .  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1608. 

DOYLY,  BERTRAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1615; 
B.A.  i6i8-g;  M.A.  1622.  Ord.priest(Norwich)  June,  1623.  V. 
of  Hickling,  Norfolk,  till  1625.  R.  of  Brunstead,  1625.  R.  of 
Sutton,  1625-40.  Fatherof  Edward  (1649-50)-  (Pet^«,  i- 302-) 

DOYLIE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
June  12,  1637.  S.  of  Charles  B.  at  Trowse,  Norwich. 
Schools,  Poringland  and  Buckenham.  Matric.  1637  Brother 
of  Henry  (1632)  and  Thomas  (1636-7).  Will  of  one  of  these 
names  (Norw.  C.C.)  1693;  of  Garboldisham. 

D'OYLY,  Sir  EDMUND,  Bart.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at 
St  John's,  Mar.  7,  1681-2.  S.  of  Sir  William  (1655),  Bart., 
deceased,  of  Shotesham,  Norfolk.  B.  there.  School,  St  Paul's, 
London.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  1680.  Buried  at  Shotesham, 
Oct.  24,  1700.   (Bttrfte.) 

DOYLY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  25, 
1649-50.  S.  of  Bertram  (1615),  clerk,  of  Sutton,  Norfolk. 
School,  Bury.  Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653-4;  M.A.  1657  Fellow, 
1654 

DOYLEY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1657.  Perhaps  6th  s.  of  Robert,  of  Turville.  B.  in  Bucking- 
hamshire. B.A.  1661-2;  M.A.  1665.  Fellow,  till  his  death, 
1667.  Died  in  London,  of  small-pox.  iyis.  of  Bucks.,  1634; 
Harwood.) 

DOYLY,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  May  3,  1632. 
S.  of  Charles,  gent.,  of  Shotesham.  B.  at  Trowse  Newton, 
Norfolk.  School,  Ameringhall.  Matric.  1632.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  11,  1639.  Will  proved  (as  of  Brooke, 
Norfolk)  1679.  Brother  of  Christopher  (1637)  and  Thomas 
(1636-7).    {Venn,  i.  305.) 

DOYLEY,  OLIVER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1634. 
S.  of  John,  of  Buckinghamshire.  B.  at  Henley-on-Thames. 
B.A.  1638;  M.A.  1642;  LL.D.  1690  {Lit.  Reg.).  FeUow. 
Senior  Proctor,  1659-60.  Vice-provost,  1664.  Died  Aug.  25, 
"1693.  Will  proved  (King's  College)  1693.  Father  of  Oliver 
(1693).    {Harwood.) 

DOYLEY,  OLIVER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1693. 
S.  of  Oliver  (1634).  No  degree  recorded.  Fellow.  Resigned 
on  marriage.   According  to  Harwood  he  was  B.A.  in  1697. 

DOYLY,  PEREGRINE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  13,  1642-3.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  deceased,  of  Layham, 
Suffolk.  B.  at  Springfield,  Essex  (his  mother's  home). 
School,  Bury.  Of  Overbury  Hall,  Layham,  Esq.  Married 
Anne,  dau.  of  Edward  Wymine,  Esq.,  of  Suffolk.  Died  1667. 
{Vis.  ofSuff.,  1664;  Davy,  Suff.  MSS.) 

D'OYLEY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Oct.  8,  1657-  Of 
Norfolk. 

DOYLEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  5,  1700. 
School,  Westminster.  Scholar,  1701;  Matric.  1703;  B.A. 
1703-4;  M.A.  1707.  Fellow,  1706.  V.  of  St  Nicholas, 
Rochester,  1710-48.  Author,  Translations,  etc.  Buried  in 
Rochester  Cathedral,  May  9,  1748.  {D.N.B.;  Al.  Westmcn., 
237.) 


Drake,  James 

DOYLY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1624; 
B.A.  1627-8; M.A.  1631. 

DOYLY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb. 
1636-7.  S.  of  Charles,  gent.,  of  Trowse  Newton,  Norfolk. 
Schools,  Norwich  and  AmeringhaU.  Probably  of  Toftrees, 
Fakenham.  Brother  of  Christopher  (1637)  and  Henry  (1632). 
{Venn,  i.  324;  Vis.  of  Norfolk,  1664.) 

DOILEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Nov.  7,  1655. 
Of  Norfolk.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  William,  of  Shotesham,  Norfolk 
(afterwards  Bart.).  B.C.  1637.  Matric.  1656.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Jan.  23,  1652-3.  Knighted,  1664.  Teller  of  the  Ex- 
chequer, 1666-77.  Succeeded  his  father  as  2nd  Bart.,  1677. 
Died  1680.  Admon.  July,  1680.  Father  of  Sir  Edmund 
(1681-2).    (A.  Gray;  G.E.C.) 

D'OYLY  or  DOYLE,  .    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's, 

July,  1603.   Probably  s.  of  Edmund,  of  Shotesham,  Norfolk. 
{Peile,  I.  244.) 

D'OYLY  or  DOYLE  {junior).  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's, 
Jiily,  1603.  Probably  s.  of  Edmund,  of  Shotesham,  Norfolk. 
{Peile,  I.  244.) 

DOYLEY, .  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1631. 

DRACKET,  see  DRAKETT. 

DRACKLEY  or  DRAKELEY,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Em- 
manuel, June  7,  1609.  Matric.  1609;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A. 
1616.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4,  1615;  priest  (Lincoln) 
Feb.  21,  1618-9.  V.  of  Gt  Peatling,  Leics.,  1618. 

DRAGSWERD,  WILLIAM.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1319-27. 

DRAKE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1603. 
Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Horley  Green,  Yorks.  B.A.  1606-7; 
M.A.  1610.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1611;  priest,  Feb. 
1612-3.  C.  at  Wakefield  Church,  1611.  V.  of  Kildwick, 
Yorks.,  1613.  Probably  brother  of  Thomas  (1596).  {Peile, 
I.  244;  F.M.G.,  506.) 

DRAKE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Mar.  1613. 
B.  at  Sedgeford,  Norfolk.  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620.  Ord. 
priest  (London)  1622,  age  25.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Shembome,  Norfolk,  1626. 

DRAKE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  17, 1626-7; 
B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  Perhaps  s.  of  Francis,  of  Esher, 
Surrey;  and  M.P.  for  Surrey,  1654-5  and  1656-8. 

DRAKE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  2, 
1658.  S.  of  Francis  (?  above),  Esq.,  of  Walton-on-Thames, 
Surrey.  B.  there.  School,  Clapham,  Surrey.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Feb.  12,  1669-70.   Of  Woodstock,  Oxon. 

DRAKE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  24, 
1670.  S.  of  Samuel  (1637),  D.D.,  of  South  Kirkby,  Yorks. 
Bapt.  there,  June  11,  1654.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1670; 
B.A.  1674-5;  MA.  1678.  Ord.  priest  (London)  Feb.  20, 
1675-6.  V.  of  Pontefract,  1678-1713-  V.  of  Hemsworth, 
Yorks.,  1688-1713.  Preb.  of  York,  1688-1713-  Buried  at 
Pontefract,  July  3,  1713.  Father  of  Francis,  author  of 
Eboracum,  John  (1696-7),  Samuel  (1704)  and  brother  of 
Nathan  (1681).    {F.M.G.,  511.) 

DRAKE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  17, 
1714.  S.  of  Thomas,  deceased.  B.  at  Halifax,  Yorks.  School. 
Beighton,  Derbs.  Matric.  1714;  B.A.  1717-8;  M.A.  1722. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  21,  1718.  Perhaps  Usher  at 
Uppingham  School,  1737.  C.  of  Kirk  Smeaton.  Died  un- 
married.  Buried  at  Halifax.   {F.M.G.,  1159-^ 

DRAKE,  FRANCIS  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Corpus 
Christi,  Nov.  19,  1740.  S.  of  Sir  Francis,  Bart.,  of  Buckland, 
Devon.  B.  at  Meavy,  Devon,  Aug.  29,  1722.  School,  Eton. 
Student  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  July  19,  1740.  Succeeded  as  Bart., 
1740.  M.P.  for  Beeralston,  Devon,  1747-71  and  1774-80. 
Ranger  of  Dartmoor.  Clerk  of  the  Board  of  Green  Cloth, 
1753.  Master  of  the  Household  to  King  George  III,  i77i. 
Died,  unmarried,  Feb.  22, 1794-  M.I.  at  Buckland.  {Masters; 
Elliott-Drake,  Family  of  Sir  Francis  Drake;  G.E.C.) 

DRAKE,  HUMPHREY.  Incorp.  M.A.  1711,  from  Brasenose 
College,  Oxford.  S.  of  John,  sub-dean  of  Ripon,  Yorks. 
Matric  from  University  College,  Oxford,  May  11,  1677;  B.A. 
(Oxford)  1680-1;  M.A.  1683.  V.  of  Gillingham,  Kent,  1691-8. 
R.  of  Grafton  Regis,  Northants.,  1698-1721.  R.  of  Agmondes- 
ham,  Bucks.,  1702-21.  Buried  there  Nov.  18, 1721.  {F.M.G. , 
507;  Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

DRAKE,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Mar.  20, 
1684-5.  S.  of  Robert,  attorney,  of  Cambridge.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Wivelingham  and  Eton.  Matric.  1685;  Scholar, 
1685-90;  M.B.  1690;  M.D.  1694.  F.R.S.  1701.  F.R.C.P.  1706. 
Best  known  as  a  Tory  political  pamphleteer.  Died  at  West- 
minster, Mar.  2,  1706-7  Father  of  the  next.  {D.N.B.;  Venn, 
I-  478.) 

DRAKE,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  8, 
1720.  S.  of  James  (above),  M.D.,  of  Middlesex.  B.  m  London. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1720;  M.D.  1728  {Com.  Reg.). 
Will  of  James  Drake,  M.D.  (P.C.C.)  1736;  of  Sarum.  (J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 


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Drake,  John 

DRAKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1568.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  East  Dereham,  Norfolk.  School, 
East  Dereham.  Migrated  as  pens,  to  Caius,  Nov.  20,  1570, 
age  18;  B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1571-2-  Perhaps  R.  of  All 
Saints',  Southampton,  1600.  {Venn,  1.  67.) 
DRAKE,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1602;  (?  B.A. 
1 598-9).  Will  of  one  of  these  names,  M. A.,  of  St  Giles'  parish, 
Cambridge,  proved  (V.C.C.)  1617. 
DRAKE,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Peterhouse,  Jan.  29, 

1618-9.    Of  Surrey. 
DRAKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent,  1623-4;  B.A. 
1627-8.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  20,  1629;  priest,  July  9, 
1630.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Chichester)  1682 ;  of  0%'ing, 
Sussex,  clerk. 
DRAKE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  17,  1655.   Of 

Suffolk. 
DRAKE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  2,  1660-1.  Of 

Lincolnshire.   Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1665-6;  M.A.  i675- 
DRAKE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (aee  17)  at  Christ's,  May  i,  1667. 
S.  of  Michael  (1639).  B.  at  Pickworth,  Lines.  School,  Gains- 
borough.  Matric.  1668.    Buried  Mar.  24, 1668-9,  at  Great  St 
Andrew's,  Cambridge. 
DRAKE,  JOHN.  M.B.  from  Christ's,  1681.  First  appears  before 

Michs.  1679. 
DRAKE,  JOHN.    M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1689.    Matric. 
from  All  Souls',  Oxford,  Apr.  3,  1674;  B.A.  from  St  Edmund 
Hall,  1677.    Perhaps  V.  of  Isleham,  Cambs.,  1707-10.  Master 
of  Ashford  School,  Kent,  1679-1712-    {Al.  Oxon.) 
DRAKE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  18, 
1696-7.    S.  of  Francis  (1670),  clerk.    B.  at  York.    Bapt.  at 
St  Mary  Bishophill  Junior   Tan.  9,  1677-8.  School,  Sedbergh. 
Matric.  1697;  B.A.  1700-1;  M.A.  1704;  B.D-  171 1-    Fellow, 
1701-15.  Hsad  Master  of  Pocklington  School,  1709-14.  V.  of 
Pontefract,  1713.  Preb.  of  York,  1716-42.  R.of  KirkSmeaton, 
1725-42.  DiedNov.  17, 1742.  Buried  at  Pontefract.  {F.M.G., 
512;  G.  Mag.) 
DRAKE,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  23,  1716-7. 
Of  Lincolnshire.    Matric.  1716-7;  B.A.  1721-2;  M.A.  1731- 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  23,  1722;  priest,  Sept.  19,  1725- 
DRAKE,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  21, 1724- 
S.  of  Marmaduke  (1695),  V.  of  Beighton,  Derbs.  Bapt.  there, 
July  25,  1706.  School,  Bradford.  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1727-8; 
M.A.  1731.  Succeeded  his  father  as  V.  of  Beighton,  1733-63- 
Died  Feb-  4,  1763-   Buried  at  Beighton.   Brother  of  William 
(1727).   {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  367;  F.M.G.,  509.) 
DRAKE,  JOHN.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  May  22, 
1746.    S.  of  John,  of  Collaton,  Devon,  gent.    Matric.  from 
Queen's   College,    Oxford,    Mar.    27,    1740.    age    20;    M.B. 
(Cambridge)  1747- 
DRAKE,  JOSEPH.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  17, 
1714.    S.  of  Nathan  (1676),  V.  of  Sheffield,  Yorks.    Bapt. 
there.  May  12,  1697.   School,  Sedbergh.   Matric.  1714;  B.A. 
1717-8;  M.A.  1721.    Fellow,  1721-30.     Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Mav,  1719;  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  6, 1725-6.   R-  of  Burley-on- 
the'-Hill,   Rutland,   1727-44-     Preb-   of  Southwell-     R.   of 
Middleton- Keynes,  Bucks.,  1744-51.    Died  Oct.  21,  1751- 
Father  of  Nathan  (i749)- 
DRAKE,  JOSHUA.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  Sept.  10, 
1684.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Pickworth,  near  Folkingham,  Lines. 
Matric.  1685;  B.A-  1688-9.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln) 
Jan.  6,  1690-1.    V.  of  Swinderby,  Lines.,  1692.    P.C.  of 
Thurlby. 
DRAKE,  MARMADUKE.    kAra.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
June   22,    1695.    S.   of   Marmaduke,   husbandman.    B.   at 
Pennigant  Hill,  near  Settle,  Yorks.   Bapt.  there,  Dec.  1677- 
School,  Threshfield.   Matric.  1695;  B.A.  1698-9;  M.A.  1702. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Nov.  1700.   V.  of  Beighton,  Derbs.,  until 
1733.    Died  Oct.  30,  1741.    Buried  at  Beighton.    Father  of 
William  (1727)  and  John  (1724)-   {F.M.G.,  509.) 
DRAKE,  MICHAEL.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  3,  1611. 
Matric.  1611;  B.A.  1614-5,  as  Nathan;  M.A.  from  St  Cath- 
arine's, 1618.   Fellow  of  St  Catharine's,  1616-22.   Buried  at 
St  Botolph's,  Cambridge,  Apr.  25, 1622.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.) 
1622. 
DRAKE,  MICHAEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1639.    Migrated  to  St  John's,  Nov.  26,  1639,  aee  17.    S.  of 
John,  yeoman,  of  'Pikeley'  (?  Ilkley),  near  Bradford,  Yorks. 
School,  Halifax  (private).    B.A.  1642-3;  M.A.  1647.    R-  of 
Pickworth,  Lines.,  1646-62;  ejected.    Afterwards  preacher 
in  Lincolnshire.   Father  of  John  (1667).  {Calamy,  11.  155.) 
DRAKE,    MORRIS.     Adm.    Fell.-Com.    (age    18)    at   Trinity, 
June  8,  1714.  S.  of  Robert,  recorder  of  Cambridge.  School, 
Bishop's  Stortford,  Herts.  (Dr  Tooke). 
DRAKE,  NATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  27, 
1676.    S.  of  Joseph,  yeoman,  of  Pennigant,  near  Settle, 
Yorks.  B.  there,  Nov.  19,  1660.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric. 


Drake,  Samuel 

1676;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A.  1684.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1684. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1681;  priest,  Dec.  1684.  Master  of 
Snaith  School,  Yorks.,  1681-9.  Official  of  the  peculiar  of 
Snaith.  V.  of  Market  Weighton,  Yorks.,  1689-95.  V.  of  Shef- 
field, 1695-1713.  Preb.  of  York,  1703-29.  R.  of  Kirkby 
Overblow,  1713-29.  Author,  Sermons.  Died  Apr.  1729. 
Father  of  Joseph  (1714)-  (E.  Trollope,  Sleaford;  Al.  Oxon.; 
F.M.G.,  508;  R.  J.  Wood.) 

DRAKE,  NATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  27, 
1681.  S.  of  Samuel  (1637).  B.  at  Pontefract,  Yorks. , Mar.  31, 
1663.  School,  Pontefract.  Matric.  1681;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A. 
1691.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  14,  1686.  Master  of  Ponte- 
fract School,  1685-9.  R.  of  South  Leasingham,  Lines.,  1687. 
Preb.  of  Southwell,  1695-1705.  R-  of  St  Peter's,  Nottingham. 
Died  Aug.  1705.  BrotherofFrancis(i67o),fatherof  the  next. 
{Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 

DRAKE,  NATHAN.  M.A.  from  King's,  1720.  S.  of  Nathan 
(above),  R.  of  St  Peter's,  Nottingham.  Matric- from  Magdalen 
College,  Oxford,  June  28,  1712,  age  15;  B-A.  (Oxford)  1716. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Dec.  I7i7-  R-  of  South  Leasingham, 
Lines.,  1721.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

DRAKE,  NATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June  16, 
1749.  S.  of  Joseph  (1714),  clerk,  of  Rutland.  B.  at  Burley- 
on-the-HiU.  School,  Oakham.  Matric.  1749-  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincohi)  Sept.  21, 1755;  priest,  Feb.  19,  1758  C.  of  Moulsoe, 
Bucks.,  in  1760.  Usher  at  .\spley  School.  R.  of  Little 
Woolston,  Bucks.,  1764.  Minister  of  Thomey,  Ely.  Died 
Sept.  13,  1765.  M.I.  at  Middleton-Keynes,  Bucks.  {Scott- 
Mayor,  III.  590;  Lipscomb,  iv.  248;  F.M.G.,  1160.) 

DRAKE,  NATHANIEL.  Student  of  Emmanuel;  perhaps  adm. 
as  Fell.-Com.  Easter,  1634.  Buried  at  St  Andrew's,  Cam- 
bridge, Feb.  19,  1636-7. 

DRAKE,  RICHARD.  B.A.  1498-9;  M.A.  1506-7.  R-  of  Gt  Moul- 
ton,  Norfolk,  1516-26,  'LL-B-'  Perhaps  R.  of  Griston,  1521. 

DRAKE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  (age  15)  from  Pembroke, 
Easter,  1625.  Of  London.  S.  of  Roger.  B.  Apr.  21,  1609. 
B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631;  B.D.  1639;  D.D.  1661  {Lit.  Reg.). 
Fellow,  1630.  Taxor,  1637.  R-  of  Radwinter,  Essex,  1638-45, 
1660-7.  Preb.  of  Sarum,  1660-81.  Chaplain  to  the  King, 
1660.  Chancellorof  Sarum,  1663.  R.  of  Wyke  Regis,  Dorset, 
1667-81.  Died  1681.  Will,  P.C.C.  Benefactor  to  Pembroke. 
Brother  of  Roger  (1624).  {F.M.G.  makes  him  s.  of  'Timothy,' 
of  London;  Vis.  of  London,  1634;  J-  Ch.  Smith.) 

DRAKE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb.  13, 
1688-9.  S.  of  Robert,  innkeeper,  of  Norwich.  B.  there. 
School,  Norwich.  Matric.  1688;  Scholar,  1689-94;  B.A. 
1692-3;  M.A.  1696.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  June  3,  1694; 
priest,  Sept.  1696.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1712.  R.  of  Gt  Oakley, 
Essex,  1704-38.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Henry  Cole, 
R.  of  Gt  Oakley.  Died  1738.  Benefactor  to  Oakley  parish. 
{Venn,  1.  486;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DRAKE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Catus,  June  7, 
1746.  S.  of  Richard,  grocer,  of  Aylsham,  Norfolk-  B-  there. 
School,  Aylsham.  Scholar,  1746-53;  Matric.  i747;  B.A. 
1749-50;  M.A.  1753.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely,  Litt.  dim.  from 
Norwich)  Tune  2,  1751;  priest  (Norwich)  June  17,  i753- 
R.  of  Mileham,  Norfolk,  1753-1802;  of  Little  Fransham, 
1774-1802;  and  of  Eccles,  1775-1802.  Died  Dec.  24,  1802. 
{Venn,  11.  58.) 

DRAKE,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Easter, 
1577. 

DRAKE,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  June  24, 
1624.  S.  of  Roger,  of  London,  mercer.  Matric.  1625;  Scholar, 
1626-  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  Entered  at  Leyden,  Aug.  2, 
1638;  M.D.  there  1639.  Candidate  R.C.P.  1643,  Involved 
in  Love's  plot,  1651.  Minister  of  St  Peter's  Cheap,  1653- 
Author,  religious  and  medical.  Died  at  Stepney  1669.  In 
his  will  (P.C.C.)  he  mentions  his  brother  Richard  (1625). 
{D.N.B.;Munk,  i.  239;  Vis.  of  London,  1634;  H.G.Harrison.) 

DRAKE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  June  26, 
1637.  S.  of  Nathan,  gent.,  of  Godley,  Halifax,  Yorks.  B. 
there  Bapt.  Sept.  29,  1622.  School,  Pocklington.  Matric. 
1637;  B.A.  1640-1;  M.A.  1644;  D.D.  1662  {Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow, 
1643-4;  ejected.  Joined  the  Royal  Army  at  the  siege  of 
Newark.  R.  of  South  Kirkbv,  Yorks.,  1650-61.  V.  of  Ponte- 
fract, 1661-79.  Preb.  of  Southwell,  1670-1.  R  of  Hands- 
worth,  Yorks.,  1671-8.  Died  Apr.  3,  1679  {Hunter).  Buried 
at  AU  Saints',  Pontefract.  M.I.  Father  of  Francis  (1670)  and 
Nathan  (1681).  {D.N. B.;  F.M.G. ,  511;  Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1665.) 
DRAKE,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  4. 
1704.  S.  of  Francis  (1670).  B.  at  Pontefract,  Yorks.  Bapt. 
Apr.  23,  1688.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1707-8; 
M.A.  1711;  B.D.  1718;  D.D.  1724.  Fellow,  1710-35.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Mar.  5,  1709-10;  priest,  June  16,  i7i7- 
V.  of  Hutton  Buscel,  Yorks.,  1722-8.  R.  of  Treeton,  1728-53. 
R.  of  Holme-on-Spa!ding-Moor,  1733-53-  Married  Elizabeth, 
dau.  of  Darcv  Dalton.  Author-  Died  Mar-  5,  i753-  Buried 
at  Treeton.   (Scott-Mayor;  F.M.G.,  512;  D.N.B.) 


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Drake,  Thomas 

DRAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1566. 

DRAKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Feb.  6, 
1587-8.  S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Sedgeford,  Norfolk.  Bapt.  there, 
Nov.  z6,  1570.  School,  Norwich.  Matric.  1588;  Scholar, 
1591-2;  B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  1596.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich) 
June  24,  1598.  V.  of  Snettisham,  Norfolk,  1598-1608.  R.  of 
Ingoldisthorpe,  1609-38.   {Venn,  1.  133.) 

DRAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  c.  1596.  Prob- 
ably s.  of  John,  of  Horley  Green,  Yorks.  B.  at  Halifax,  1578. 
B.A.  1599-1600;  M.A.  1603.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  31, 
1607;  priest  (York)  June,  1609.  R.  of  Thomton-in-Craven, 
1623-45.  Married,  1625,  Mary  Foster,  of  Guisborough. 
Probably  brother  of  Francis  (1603).  {F.M.G.,  506;  M.  H. 
Peacock.) 

DRAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1612; 
Scholar,  1614;  B.A.  1615-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Nov,  13; 
priest,  Nov.  14,  1625. 

DRAKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter,  1676. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  29,  1682,  as  s.  of  Robert, 
of  Cambridgeshire. 

DRAKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Jtme  19,  1682. 

DRAKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  10,  1699. 
Of  Rutland.  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1702-3;  M.A.  1706.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23,  1705;  priest,  Aug.  8,  1708.  V.  of 
Bozeat,  Northants.,  1708-29.  C.  of  Strixton,  in  1711.  C.  of 
Easton  Maudit,  in  1727.  Married,  at  Strixton,  June  5,  1711, 
Margaret  Chowne,  of  Newport-Pagnell,  Bucks.  (H.  I. 
Longden.) 

DRAKE,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  King's,  1751.  S.  of  Thomas,  of 
Felkington,  Durham,  clerk  [i.e.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Norham- 
on-Tweed,  and  Jane,  dau.  of  Thomas  Orde,  of  Felkington). 
Bapt.  at  Norham,  Sept.  5, 1723.  Matric.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Oxford,  Apr.  16,  1741,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1744-5.  R.  of 
St  Mary-le-Bow,  Durham,  1751-88.  P.C.  of  Dalton-le-Dale, 
Durham,  1761-74.  V.  of  Bedlington,  1774-88.  Married,  at 
St  Mary,  Durham,  Apr.  11,  1758,  Jane  Clark.  Died  at 
Durham,  July,  1788.  Brother  of  William  (1748).  (H.  L.  L. 
Denny;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

DRAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  21)  at  Sidney,  July  18, 
1635.  S.  of  William,  R.  of  St  Just,  Cornwall.  School, 
Bodmin  (Mr  Vincent).  B.A.  1635-6.  Previously  matric. 
from  Exeter  College,  Oxford,  Sept.  9,  1634,  age  20. 

DRAKE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  20, 

1669.  S.  of  WiUiam,  of  Coates  Hall,  Bamoldswick,  Yorks. 
B.  there  School,  Earby,  near  Skipton.  Matric.  1669.  Adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  9,  1669-70.  Buried  at  Thornton,  Oct.  13, 
1687.   Father  of  William  (1700).   (Peile,  11.  21.) 

DRAKE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Jime  14, 

1670.  Matric.  1672-3;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1677.  Ord.  priest 
(Durham)  Sept.  23,  1677.  V.  of  St  Andrew,  Newcastle-on- 
Tvne,  1688.  C.  of  St  Nicholas.  Buried  there  May  24,  1693. 
(H.  M.  Wood ) 

DRAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Apr.  6,  1700. 
S.  of  William  (1669),  of  Coates  HaU,  Bamoldswick,  Yorks. 
B.  Sept.  21,  1682.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  May  13,  1699.  Died 
unmarried,  Feb.  13,  1757.  {F.M.G.,  507;  A.  Gray;  M.  H. 
Peacock.) 

DRAKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  17, 
1727.  S.  of  Marmaduke  (1695),  clerk,  V.  of  Beighton,  Derbs. 
B.  at  Beighton.  Bapt.  Sept.  27, 1709.  School,  Kirk  Leatham, 
Yorks.  Matric.  1727;  B.A.  1730-1;  M.A.  1734.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Sept.  19,  1731;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1733.  R.  of  Full 
Sutton,  Yorks.,  1739-57.  V.  of  Hatfield,  1744-57.  Died 
Feb.  8,  1757.  Buried  at  Hatfield.  Brother  of  John  (1724). 
(Scott-Mayor,  ill.  406;  G.  Mag.;  F.M.G.) 

DRAKE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1748. 
S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of  Norham,  Northumberland.  Bapt.  there, 
July  21,  1729.  B.A.  1752.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  24, 
1752;  priest,  June  9,  1754.  Usher  at  Felsted  School,  1752. 
V.  of  Good  Easter,  Essex.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1751). 

DRAKE, .  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Oct.  2,  1718. 

DRAKEFORD,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
May  19,  1669.  S.  of  Richard,  attorney,  of  Forebridge,  Staffs. 
B.  there.  School,  Stafford.  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A. 
1676.    Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1698-1704. 

DRAKETT  or  DRACKET,  MARK.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius, 
Aug.  7, 1576.  S.  of  Matthew,  of  Fulboum,  Cambs.  School,  Ely. 

DRAKYS,  JOHN.   B.A.  1558-9,  see  DRAX. 

DRANE,  JOHN  (1582),  see  DEANE. 

DRANSFIELD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
June  6,  1707.  S.  of  Francis,  blacksmith.  B.  at  Wakefield, 
Yorks.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1710-1.  Usher 
of  Wakefield  Grammar  School,  171 1-7.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Sept.  1717;  priest,  May,  1719.  V.  of  Hooton-Pagnell,  Yorks., 
1723-54.    Died  1754.    Buried  at  Hooton-Pagnell. 

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Draper,  Marmaduke 

DRANT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1557-8. 
S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Hagworthingham,  Lines.  B.A.  1560-1 
as  Draunt;  M.A.  1564;  B.D.  1569.  Fellow,  1561.  Chaplain 
to  Bishop  Grindal.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1569-70.  V.  of 
St  Giles',  Cripplegate,  London,  1569-78.  Preb.  of  Chichester, 
1570-2.  R.  of  Slinfold,  Sussex,  1570.  Archdeacon  of  Lewes, 
1570-8.  R.  of  East  Hatley,  Cambs.,  1575.  Author,  religious, 
etc.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  Apr.  15,  1578.  {Cooper,  i.  384;  D.N.B.) 

DRAPER,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  29, 
1676.   Of  Essex.    Matric.  1676. 

DRAPER,  CRESHELD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
June  13,  1661.  S-  of  William,  Esq.,  deceased,  of  Crayford, 
Kent,  and  Mary,  dau.  of  Richard  Cresheld,  Justice  C.P. 
B.  at  Bexley.  School,  Sevenoaks,  Kent.  Matric.  1661. 
Colonel  in  the  army.  Lord  of  the  manor  of  Crayford,  Kent. 
M.P.  for  Winchelsea,  1678-81, 1685-7.  Died  c.  1694.  {Hasted, 
1.  206;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

DRAPER,  DANIEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  29,  1682. 

Of  HertfordsWre.  Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1685-6.  Doubtless  V.  of 

Royston,  Herts.,  1692-1731.  Died  1731.  Father  of  Edward 

(1713)- 
DRAPER,    EDMUND.     Matric.   sizar  from   Corpus   Christi, 

Easter,  1613.  Of  Nottinghamshfre.  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1621. 

R.  of  Riddlesworth,  Norfolk,  1632.    Doubtless  nephew  of 

George  (1584).   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DRAPER,  EDWARD.   Adm.  scholar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  June 

29,  1665.    2nd  s.  of  Edmund,  Esq.    B.  at  Hitchin,  Herts. 

School,  Hitchin  (Mr  Samuel  Luke).  Matric.  1667. 
DRAPER,  EDWARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Sept. 

15,  1713.   S.  of  Daniel  (1682),  clerk.   B.  at  Royston,  Herts. 

School,  Heydon,  Essex.    Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1717-8.    Ord. 

deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  13,  1719-20;  priest,  Dec.  24,  1721.   Died 

Sept.  20,  1724.    M.I.  at  Royston. 
DRAPER,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  30, 

1678.    S.  of  Giles,  gent.    B.  at  'Voluba,'  Cornwall.    Matric. 

1678;  B.A.  1681-2:  M.A.  1685.  Fellow,  1683.  Senior  proctor, 

1699-1700.  R.  of  Framlingham,  Suffolk,  1703-4.  Died  1704. 

DRAPER,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1584.  B.  at  Gt  Markham,  Notts.  B.A.  1587-8;  M.A.  1591. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  15,  1591-2,  age  26,  C.  of  Thaxted; 
priest.  May  12,  1597.  V.  of  Lindsell,  Essex,  1596-1631.  Died 
1631.   Will  (Consist.  C.  London). 

DRAPER,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  4,  1627. 
S.  of  Timothy,  of  Co.  Durham.  Bapt.  at  St  Nicholas,  New- 
castle, Sept.  25,  1611;  his  father  being  sherifi.  Matric.  1627. 
Buried  at  Gt  St  Andrew's,  Cambridge,  Mar.  16,  1629-30. 

DRAPER,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1580-r. 

DRAPER,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Feb.  12, 
1604-5.  S.  of  Nicholas,  gent.,  of  Bromley,  Kent.  School, 
Lynn,  Norfolk.  Matric.  1605;  Scholar,  1606-12;  B.A.  1608-9; 
M.A.  1612.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  22,  1623-4.  R.  of 
Worlingham,  Suffolk,  1623-8.  Died  1657.  Father  of  Henry 
(1641).    {Venn,  I.  188.) 

DRAPER,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1624. 
S.  and  h.  of  Timothy,  of  Newcastle-on-Tyne,  deceased.  Bapt. 
at  St  Nicholas,  Apr.  30,  1609.  Matric.  1624.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Aug.  3,  1626.  Married,  Apr.  28,  1636,  Eleanor,  dau.  of 
Henry  Birkbeck.   Brother  of  George  (1627).   (H.  M.  Wood.) 

DRAPER,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  22, 
1641.  Readm.  as  Fell.-Com.  Oct.  27,  1641.  S.  of  Henry 
(1605),  clerk.  B.  in  the  parish  of  St  Sepulchre,  London. 
School,  Bishopsgate  St  (Mr  Perse).  Matric.  1642.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1645;  of  Cambridge;  property  in  Essex  and  Kent. 
(J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DRAPER,  JOHN.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1573.   Of  Middlesex. 

DRAPER,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1595-6.  Perhaps  M.A. 
1599.  Adm.  licentiate  R.C.P.  July  4,  i6i7- 

DRAPER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  18, 
1653.  S.  of  Richard.  B.  at  Bicker,  Lines  School,  Sleaford. 
Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1656-7.  One  of  these  names,  ord.  priest 
(Chester)  Sept.  1670,  was  V.  of  Milton  Ernest,  Beds.,  1676-7. 
V.  of  Stagsden,  1677:  and  V.  of  Steventon,  1677;  deprived, 
1712.  Another  R.  of  Rothersthorpe,  Northants.,  1676-86. 
See  a  contemporary  in  Al.  Oxon.   {Peile,  i.  553.) 

DRAPER,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June,  1658.  Of 
HertfordsWre.  Matric.  1658  {impuhes);  B.A.  i6(>i-2;  M.A. 
1665. 

DRAPER,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  12,  1631. 
Of  Essex.    Matric.  1631;  M.B.  1638. 

DRAPER,  MARMADUKE.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1741.  S.  of 
William,  of  Beswick,  Yorks.,  Esq.  Matric.  from  St  John's 
CoUege,  Oxford,  July  10,  i733.  age  20;  B.A.  (Oxford)  173 7. 
R.  of  Barton-le-Street,  Yorks.,  i744-50.  R.  of  Thwng, 
1747-50.   Died  1750.    (Al.Oxon.) 


Draper,  Robert 

DRAPER,  ROBERT.    Studied  at  Cambridge.    B.A.  (Oxford) 

1451;  M.A.  1454-5-  Perhaps  R.  of  Wimbish,  Essex,  1459-61; 
and  V.  of  Henham,  1466. 

DRAPER,  ROBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1557; 

Scholar,  1560,  as  'Drapa.'   One  of  these  names,  of  London, 

adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  t8,  1564. 
DRAPER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  King's,  1563;  scholar  from 

Eton.     Matric.    Lent,    1563-4;    B.A.    1567-8;    M.A.    1571. 

Fellow,  till  1576.   Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Apr.  10, 

1574.     Probably   R.   of  Trim,   Meath   Diocese.    Bishop   of 

Ardagh  and  Kilmore,  1604-12.   Died  Aug.  1612. 
DRAPER,  ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1569; 

B.A.  1572-3;  M.A.  1576.   Fellow  of  Caius,  in  1577.  Probably 

ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Apr.  1574.    R.  of  Corring- 

ham,  Essex,  1578-95.    'An  unpreaching  minister,'  in  1585. 

Licensed  to  marry  Ellen  Cotton,  of  South  Weald,  Essex, 

Feb.  26,  1578-9.  Died  Dec.  18,  1595.  Buried  at  Corringham. 

M.L   (Peile,  t.  112;  Venn,  1.  92;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DRAPER,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  lo, 

1591.    S.   of  William,   yeoman.    B.   at   Bottesford,   Leics. 

School,   Bottesford.    Scholar,   1592-8;   B.A.    1594-5;   M.A. 

1598.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1594). 
DRAPER,  ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 

1609. 
DRAPER,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  3, 

1672.    S.  of  Edmund,  gent.,  of  Edmonton,  Middlesex.    B. 

there.   School,  Herts.  (Mr  Lovell). 
DRAPER,  THOMAS.    B.A.  1533-4;  M.A.  1537;  B.D.  1545-6. 

V.  of  Barrington,  Cambs.,  1546-56;  of  Bjirton,  1554- 
DRAPER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1579. 

Of  London. 
DRAPER,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  July  1, 

1594.   S.  of  William,  gent.   B.  at  Bottesford,  Leics.   School, 

Bottesford.    Matric.  c.   1594.    One  of  these  names  R.  of 

Willingham  St  Mary,  Suffolk,  1634.  Brotherof  Robert  (1591). 

(Venn,  i.  152.) 

DRAPER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1641.  Of  Essex.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  late  of 
Islington,  Middlesex,  Esq.,  deceased;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
Nov.  18,  1644. 

DRAPER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  12, 
1642.  S.  of  William,  gent.  B.  at  Wentworth,  Isle  of  Ely. 
School,  Ely.  Matric.  1642;  Scholar,  1644-6;  B.A.  1645-6. 
One  of  these  names  R.  of  Little  Gaddesden,  Herts.,  in  1650-5. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Speldhurst,  Kent,  1653-60.   (Venn,  i.  346.) 

DRAPER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  18, 
1654-5.  S.  of  Paul.  B.  Apr.  15,  1635,  in  All  Saints',  Here- 
ford. School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1655;  B.A.  1658. 
(Robinson,  i.  170.) 

DRAPER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  17,  1697. 

B.  at  Lutterworth,  Leics.    Matric.  1698;  B.A.  1701-2;  M.A. 

1705.    Fellow,  1702.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  20,  1702; 

priest,  Sept.  19,  1703.   R.  of  Sibstone,  Leics.,  1715-27. 
DRAPER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  i, 

1726.  S.  of  Edmund,  gent.,  of  Suffolk.   B.  in  Bury.   School, 

Bury.    Matric.  1726. 

DRAPER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1740.  S.  of  Ingleby,  officer  of  customs,  Bristol.  B.  there, 
1721.  Matric.  1740;  B.A.  1744-5;  M.A.  1749.  Fellow,  1743. 
Entered  the  army.  Served  at  Culloden  and  in  Flanders. 
Afterwards  in  India,  with  Clive.  Aided  in  the  expedition 
against  Manila,  1763;  the  colours  taken  were  presented  to 
King's  Chapel.  K.B.  1765.  Lieutenant-General,  1777. 
Lieutenant-Governor  of  Minorca,  1779.  Died  at  Bath,  Jan.  8, 
1787.  M.I.  in  the  Abbey  Church.  (Harwood,  328;  D.N.B.'; 
A.  B.  Beaven.) 

DRAPER, .   A  friar.   D.D.  1459. 

DRAPER, .   B.A.  1462-3;  (?  M.A.  1472-3). 

DRAPER,  .    B.A.  1498-9.    One  William  Draper,  Chaplain 

of  Newark,  Notts.,  1503-23.   Died  1523. 

DRAPER,  .    B.A.   1524-5;  M.A.   1528-9.    One  Laurence 

Draper,  V.  of  Bourn,  Cambs.,  1555. 

'DRATSAB,'  THOMAS  (1556),  see  ALABLASTER. 

DRAWER,    RICHARD.     Matric.   sizar  from  Trinity   Hall, 

Easter,  1549. 

DRAX,  HENRY.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  i6)  at  Magdalene,  May 
15,1710.  S.  of 'Shakston.'Esq.  B.  at '  Poper,' Herts.  School, 
Eton.  Matric.  1710-1.  Henry  Shetterden,  alias  Drax;  s.  of 
Thomas,  of  'Popes  Common,'  Herts,  and  Barbados.  M.P. 
for  Wareham,  1718-22,  1734-48,  1751-5;  for  Lyme  Regis, 
1727-34-  Died  May  24,  1755.  (Le  Neve,  Knights;  A.  B. 
Beaven.) 

DRAX,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1558. 


Drayton,  Robert  de 

DRAX  or  DRAKYS,  JOHN.  B.A.  1558-9.  One  of  these  names, 
a  clerk,  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Wood  Hall,  Darfield,  Yorks.,  in 
1585.  Perhaps  the  same  who  received  holy  orders  (London) 
Oct.  1554.  R.  of  Darfield,  Yorks.  Perhaps  R.  of  Stanford-on- 
Soar,  Notts.,  1572-1615.   Died  1615.   (Vis.  of  Yorks.) 

DRAX,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1588.  B.  at 
Stoneleigh,  near  Coventry.  Probably  B.A.  1594-5;  B.D. 
1609  Doubtless  V.  of  Tetney,  Lines.,  1591-6  and  V.  of 
Dovercourt,  Essex,  1601-19.  V.  of  Colwich,  Staffs.,  1613-5. 
Returned  to  Dovercourt,  and  died  there.  Buried  at  Harwich, 
Jan.  29,  1618-9.  Author,  theological  and  classical.  (D.N.B.; 
Peile,  I.  193;  Wm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915.) 

DRAX,  alias  SHETTERDEN,  THOMAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com. 
(age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  2,  1687.  S.  of  Thomas  Shetterden 
and  Elizabeth  Drax.  B.  at  Pope's  Field,  Herts.  School, 
St  Albans.   Matric.  1687.   Assumed  the  name  Drax. 

DRAY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Oct.  24,  1726.  Of  Kent. 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  St  Mary's,  Kent.  (Apparently  had  been  at 
Oxford  for  a  short  time:  Matric.  from  University  College, 
Nov.  2,  1725,  age  17.)  Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1729-30;  M.A. 
1733.  Fellow,  1731-3.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Oct.  24,  1732.  Held 
a  living  in  Ireland.   Died  soon  after.   (A.  Gray.) 

DRAYCOTT  or  DRACOT,  JASPER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's, 
June,  1582.  Probably  s.  of  Richard,  of  Loscoe,  Derbs. 
Living,  i6ii.   (Vis.  of  Derbs.,  1669;  Peile,  i.  170.) 

DRAYCOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  May  30, 
1640.  S.  of  Thomas,  registrar  of  the  diocese  of  Bangor.  B. 
at  York.  School,  Bangor.   B.A.  1643-4. 

DRAKOTTE,  ROBERT.  B.Civ.L.  1495-6.  Of  Coventry  and 
Lichfield  diocese.   Ord.  sub-deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1496. 

DRAYCOTT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  8, 
1696.   Matric.  1696. 

DRAYCOTT,  .    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.   19, 

1698-9. 

DRAYNER,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  II,  1659.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Biddenden,  Kent. 
B.  there.  School,  Biddenden.  Matric.  1659.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  June  9,  1659.   Called  to  the  Bar,  1671.  Ancient,  1680. 

DRAYNER,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1603.  Perhaps  the  same  who  was  B.A.  at  Magdalene,  1613-4. 
R.  of  Addington,  Kent,  1615-36.  V.  of  West  Peckham, 
1624-36.  Buried  at  West  Peckham,  Jan.  15,  1635-6. 
(Fielding.) 

DRAYNER,  THOMAS.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Lent, 

1577-8. 
DRAYTON,  BASIL.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  May  28, 

1659.  S.  of  Francis  (next),  clerk,  of  Barham,  Kent.  B.  there. 

Matric.  1659;  B.A.  1662-3.    R-  of  Little  Chart,  Kent,  1669- 

1715.   Buried  at  Little  Chart,  Dec.  7,  1715. 
DRAYTON,   FRANCIS.     Matric.   sizar  from  Corpus   Christi, 

Easter,  1620.  Of  Kent.  S.  of  David,  of  Westgate,  Canterbury. 

B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1628.    V.  of  Little  Chart,  Kent,  1645. 

Married,  1633,  Mary,  dau.  of  Silas  Johnson,  of  Canterbury. 

Buried  at  Little  Chart,  Apr.  9,  1669."  Father  of  Basil  (above) 

and  the  next. 

DRAYTON,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  June  30, 
1651.  S.  of  Francis  (above),  of  Little  Chart,  Kent.  B.  at  Hide 
(?Hythe),  Kent.  School,  Canterbury.  Matric.  1651.  Migrated 
to  St  John's,  Aug.  20,  1652.  B.A.  1654-5;  M.A.  from  Corpus 
Christi,  1658.  V.  of  Appledore,  Kent,  1660-97.  R.  of 
Wittersham,  1668-97.  Died  Nov.  1697,  at  St  Stephen's,  near 
Canterbury. 

DRAYTON,  JOHN.  M.A.  1493,  as  R.  of  Bamston,  Essex.  R. 
there,  1470-99.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1499;  'of  West  Deeping,  Lines.' 

DRAYTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  30, 
1700.  S.  of  George.  B.  at  Burton-on-Trent.  School,  Burton. 
Scholar,  1700-1;  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1703-4.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lichfield)  June,  1704.  V.  of  Newton  Solney,  Derbs.  (Peile, 
II.  148.) 

DRAYTON,  NATHANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1610.  Of  Warwickshire.  B.A.  1613-4.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
June  4;  priest,  June  5,  1615. 

DRAYTON,  NICHOLAS.  B.C.L.  Warden  of  King's  Hall, 
1363-4.  Imprisoned  for  heresy,  1369.  R.  of  St  Martin  Vintry 
till  1375.  Exchequer  baron,  1376-84.  R.  of  Ware,  Herts., 
1384-5.  Died  1385.  (D.N.B.;  where  he  is  wrongly  assigned 
to  King's  College.) 

DRAYTON,  PETER.  B.A.  1498-g;  M.A.  1503;  B.D.  1510-1; 
D.D.  1512-3.  R.  of  St  Michael's,  Comhill,  1515-7.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1518. 

DRAYTON,  RICHARD.    B.A.  1460-1;  M.A.  1465. 

DRAYTON,  ROBERT  DE.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1347;  left 
Jan.  12,  1350-1. 


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Drayton,  Robert 

DRAYTON  or  DREATON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  Pembroke, 
scholar  from  Merchant  Taylors'  School,  1613.  B.  Apr.  10, 
1604. 

DRAYTON,  SILAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1709.  Of  Kent. 
Matric.  1710;  B.A.  1713-4;  M.A.  1720.  R.  of  Crundale,  Kent, 
1729-51.  V.  of  Postling,  1751-67.  Died  Jan.  31,  1767. 
Buried  at  Crundale.  WiU,  P.C.C.  (G.  Mag. ;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DRAYTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1608;  B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615;  D.D.  1632  (on  King's  visit). 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1614.  R.  of  Bletsoe,  Beds.,  1618. 
R.  of  Abbots  Ripton,  Hunts.,  i630-(?)  56.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Terrington,  Norfolk,  1638.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1658;  as  of  Chilmark, 
Wilts.;  alludes  to  tithes  owing  at  Ripton.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DRAITON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1691.  Of  Kent. 

DRAYTON,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  13,  1640. 

Matric.  1640. 

DRAYTON, .   D.D.  1474-5. 

DRAYTON, .   B.Can.L.  1474-5.  Studied  at  Oxford. 

DREELY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1589. 
DREMAR,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1573 ; 

B.A.  1576-7;  M.A.  1580. 
DRENAR,  ALEXANDER.   Incorp.  B.D.  1683,  from  Paris. 
DRENTALL,  THOMAS.   M.A.  1460.   FeUow  of  Gonville  Hall. 

R.  of  Michael  Coslany,  Norwich,  1464-1501.    Benefactor  to 

Gonville  Hall.    Died  1501.    Will  proved  (Norwich)  Dec.  2, 

1501.    {Venn,  i.  9.) 
DRESSER,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  May  6, 

1671.  Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1674-5.  V.  of  Batheaston,  Somer- 
set, 1682-1707.   R.  of  Walcot,  1688-1707.   Died  1707. 

DRESSER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  9,  1646-7. 
Of  Staffordshire.  P.C.  of  Thursfield,  Staffs.,  1651-7.  V.  of 
Dilhorne,  1660-1700.  'A  godly  and  able  preacher.'  Diedi7oo. 
{IVm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc,  1915.) 

DRESSOR,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  16, 

1672.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679.   R.  of  Westley 
Waterless,  Cambs.,  1683-92.  Non-juror.  Father  of  the  next. 

DRESSER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Feb. 
19,  1699-1700.  S.  of  Thomas  (above).  B.  at  Westley  Water- 
less, Cambs.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1705-6;  M.A. 
from  King's,  1709.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  19, 1706;  priest 
(London)  May  30,  1708.   Chaplain  at  King's  College,  1708. 

DREW,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1584-5. 

DREW,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1612;  B.A. 
1615-6;  M.A.  1619.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Feb.  21;  priest, 
Feb.  22,  1618-9.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1655,  of  one  of  these  names,  of 
Barrowby,  Lines.,  clerk. 

DREW,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  3,  1640-1. 
S.  of  John,  grazier.  B.  at  Knossington,  Leics.  Schools, 
Knossington  (Mr  Griffin),  Somerby  (Mr  Twigge)  and  Oakham. 
Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1648. 

DREW,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Christ's,  1706.  S.  of  John,  clerk, 
of  Stourton,  Wilts.  Bapt.  there,  Mar.  10,  1673-4.  Matric. 
from  Oriel  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  30,  1690;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1694.  R.  of  Kingston  Deverill,  Wilts.,  1706.  {Al.  Oxon.; 
Peile,  II.  146.) 

DREW,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Trinity,  Oct.  30,  1738. 
S.  of  John,  of  London.  School,  Westminster. 

DREW,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1707. 
B.  Feb.  5,  1688.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  B.A.  1710-11; 
M.A.  1719.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Feb.  25,  1710-1;  priest, 
Dec.  21,  1712.  Chaplain  to  St  Thomas's  Hospital.  R.  of 
St  Margairet  Pattens,  London,  1727-46.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's, 
1729-46.    Died  1746. 

DREWE, .   B.A.  1523-4. 

DREWETT,  PETER.   M..^.  151 1-2.   Incorp.  from  Oxford. 

DRIFFIELD,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
Mar.  30,  1681.  S.  of  Christopher  (of  Gray's  Inn).  B.  at 
Ripon.  School,  Ripon.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  21,  1682. 
Of  Ripon,  in  1697  and  1702.  Died  1724.  Will,  York.  [Peile, 
II.  82.) 

DRIFFIELD,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Aug.  19, 
1731.  S.  of  Lancelot,  of  Escrick,  Yorks.  School,  York 
(Dr  Jackson).  Matric.  1732;  Scholar,  1735;  B.A.  1735-6; 
M.A.  1765.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  6,  1736-7;  priest 
(Norwich,  Lift.  dim.  from  Chester)  Mar.  1741-2.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Sedbergh,  1741-6.  R.  of  Chellesworth,  Suffolk,  1754-81. 

DRIFFIELD,  NICHOLAS.   A  friar.  B.D.  1483-4. 

DRIFFIELD,  ROBERT  DE.  M.A.  A  northern  student  engaged 
in  the  riot  against  southern  students,  1261.    (Hare,  i.  xxx.) 

DRIFFIELD,  ZACHARIAH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
July  24,  1671.  2nd  s.  of  Simon,  yeoman,  of  Crayke,  Yorks. 
B.  at  Easingwold,  Yorks.  Schools,  Sheriff  Hutton  (Mr 
Newsham),  Cawood  and  Snaith.   Matric.  1671;  B.A.  1675-6. 


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Drope,  John 

'^^L^'^'-.^'^Iu'*-  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  1726. 
S.  of  Matthew  (next),  clerk,  of  Suffolk.  B.  at  Lavenham. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1726;  B.A.  1730-1  Ord 
deacon  (Norwich)  June,  1731. 

DRIFT,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton 
1688.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1692-3- M  A  1606' 
Fellow,  1692.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  23,  1694-  priest 
Dec.  22,  1700.  Master  of  Lavenham  School,  1696-1723  R 
of  Dunton  Waylett,  Essex,  1700-26.  Died  1726.  Father  of 
Adrian  (above).    {Harwood,  273.) 

DRIGG,  REGINALD.  B.A.  (?  1604-5);  M.A.  from  St  John's 
1608.  ' 

DRING,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Feb.  22, 
1719-20-  S.  of  Edmund,  of  Malton,  Yorks.  School,  Wakefield 
(Mr  Clark).  Matric.  1720;  Scholar,  1721;  B.A.  1723-4;  M.A. 
1727.  Fellow,  1726.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  16;  priest] 
Oct.  5,  1728.   Afterwards  took  the  name  Garforth. 

DRINKWATER,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  14, 
1635-6.  Perhaps  of  Irwell  House,  Restwick,  Lanes.  School, 
Westminster.  Matric.  1635;  Scholar,  1636;  B.A.  1638-9; 
M.A.  1642. 

DRINKWATER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter. 
1588;  B.A.  (?  1591-2);  M.A.  1595. 

DRISIUS  or  DRUSIUS,  JOHN.  Matric.  (amongst  the  famuli) 
Aug.  3,  1569.  S.  of  Clement.  B.  at  Oudenarde,  Flanders. 
B.A.  from  Merton  College,  Oxford,  1572;  M.A.  1573.  Pro- 
fessor of  Hebrew  at  Leyden,  1577.  Professor  at  Franeker. 
Died  Feb.  12,  1615.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DRISIUS,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  1628.  Incorp.  from  Edinburgh.  M.A. 
there,  1627.  Probably  Samuel  Dries.  S.  of  Samuel,  of  London, 
pleb.,  matric.  from  St  John's  College,  Oxford,  Feb.  14,  1622- 
3,  age  20.  R.  of  North  Mundham,  Sussex  (sequestered),  1645. 

DRIVER,  ALEXANDER  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent, 
1577-8;  B.A.  1581-2.  Died  in  College.  Buried  at  St  Botolph's, 
Oct.  25,  15&5  ('1575'  in  register). 

DRIVER,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1615; 
B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  22; 
priest,  Dec.  23,  1622. 

DRIVER,  HUGH.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  23,  1638.  Of 

Suffolk.   Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1642-3. 
DRIVER,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1588-9.   Matric. 

1588-9;  B.A.  from  Clare,  1592-3;  M.A.  1596.  One  of  these 

names  V.  of  Pampisford,  Cambs.,  1616-38.    Buried  there 

Aug.  25,  1638. 

DRIVER,  JOHN.  B.A.  (?  1602);  M.A.  from  Clare,  1605. 

DRIVER,  JOSEPH.   Matric.  from  St  John's,  1627.  Adm.  sizar 

(age  17)  at  Caius,  July  4,  1628.    S.  of  John,  blacksmith.    B. 

at  Docking,  Norfolk.     Scholar,  1630;  B.A.   1630-1.     Ord. 

deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.   23,   1632;  priest,  Sept.  22,   1633. 

{Venn,  1.  285.) 
DRIVER,  NICHOLAS.   Scholar  of  Trinity  Hall,  1605;  LL.B. 

1609-10.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Jan.  27,  1620-1. 

DRIVER,  ROBERT.  B.A.  1504-5;  perhaps  M.A.  1511-2.  One 
of  these  names  chantry  priest  at  RowelJ,  Northants.,  in  1526. 
(H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DRIVER,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30, 
1669.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Wells,  Norfolk.  B.  there.  School, 
Walsingham.  Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1678.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  1675.  R.  of  North  Creake,  Norfolk, 
1686-7. 

DRIVER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1580;  B.A.  1583-4. 
DRYVER,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1546. 

DRIVER,  .    B.Can.L.  1472-3;  D.Can.L.  1482.    One  Simon 

Driver,  R.  of  Tibenham,  Norfolk,  until  1484. 

DRIVER, .   B.A.  1492;  M.A.  1495-6. 

DRIVER, .   B.Can.L.  1508-9. 

DROPE,  FRANCIS.  Incorp.  M.A.  1663  from  Magdalen  College, 
Oxford.  Chorister  and  demy  there.  S.  of  Thomas,  V.  of 
Cumnor,  Berks.  B.  there.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1647.  Created  M.A. 
1660;  B.D.  1667.  Fellow  of  Magdalen,  1661-71.  Preb.  of 
Lincoln,  1670.  Died  Sept.  26,  1671.  Buried  at  Cumnor. 
(D.N.B.;Al.  Oxon.) 

DROPE  or  DROOP,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1561;  Scholar,  1565;  B.A.  1565-6. 

DROPE,  JOHN.  M.A.  1616  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  Thomas, 
of  Northamptonshire,  clerk.  Adm.  at  Magdalen  College, 
Oxford,  1601,  age  13;  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1612;  B.D.  1619. 
FeUowof  Magdalen,  1608-29.  Proctor,  1618.  R.  of  Grmdon, 
Staffs.,  1626;  and  of  Norbury,  Derbs.,  1628-q.  Died  Sept.  29, 
1629.   M.I.  at  Norbury.   Will,  P.C.C.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

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Drope,  Thomas 

DROPE,  THOMAS.    M.A.  1579  (Incorp.  from  Oxford);  B.A. 

(Oxford)  1572;  M.A.  i575;  B.D.  1583.   Fellow  of  Magdalen, 

1571.    Preb.  of  Wells,  1583-1632.    V.  of  Cumnor,  Berks., 

1586.    R.  of  Aynhoe,  Northants.,  1588-1633.    Buried  there 

Nov.  19.  1633,  aged  83.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1634-   (^i-  Oxon.;  Le 

Neve,  Mon.,  t.  148.) 
DROUGHT,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1567; 

B.A.  from  Christ's,  1571-2;  M.A.  1575- 
DROWTE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1567- 
DRUELL,  HUMPHREY.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Lent, 

1577-8.    Probably  knighted,  1596.    Buried  in  Winchester 

Cathedral,  Jan.  8,  1630-1. 
DRUELL,  JOHN.  Of  King's  Hall,  1428-33  (then  LL.B.);  LL.D. 

Perhaps  fellow  of  Queens'.   Preb.  of  Sarum,  1441-69-   R'  O' 

Fulham,  Middlesex,  1452-8.    Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1457-67; 

treasurer,   1458-67.    Died   1469.    Buried  m  St  Botolph  s, 

Cambridge.    Benefactor  to  Queens',  where  he  founded  two 

fellowships  and  a  scholarship.    Brother  of  the  next.    {Heti- 

nessy  identifies  him  with  the  archdeacon  of  Exeter,  i444-53i 

whose  will  was  proved  at  Lambeth  in  I453-) 
DRUELL,  NICHOLAS.   Succeeded  his  brother,  John  Druell,  as 

scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1433-54-  WiU  (P.C.C.)  i455- 
DRUMM,    DROME    or    DROWME,    MICHAEL.     Student    at 

Cambridge  according  to  Dr  Caius  {De  Ant.  Cant.,  150).  B.A. 

(Oxford)  1527;  M.A.  1531;  B.D.  1539.  Appointed  to  Cardinal 

College,  Oxford.  Six  preacher  at  Canterbury,  1541.  {Cooper, 

I.  83;  who  seems  to  confound  him  with  Thos.  Durham,  fellow 

of  St  John's.) 
DRURY,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Lent, 

i557_8.    Of  Besthorpe,  Norfolk,  Esq.   WUl  proved  (P.C.C.) 

1616.    Father  of  the  next. 
DRURY,  ANTHONY.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  20,  1591. 

S.  of  the  above.    Of  Besthorpe,  Norfolk.    Matric.  c.  1591. 

Knighted,  July  23,  1603.    High  Sheriff  of  Norfolk,  1617. 

M.P.  for  Norfolk,  1625.  Died  Oct.  1638.  Buried  at  Besthorpe. 

Will  (Norwich)  1638. 
DRURY,  CHARLES.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  11, 

1681.    S.  of  William.    B.  at  Nottingham.    School,  Derby. 

Matric.  1681;  Scholar,  1683;  B.A.  1684-5;  M.A.  1688.    Ord. 

priest  (York)  Dec.  22,  1689. 

DRURY,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1552;  B.A.  1556-7.   Fellow,  till  1559. 

DRURY,  DRUE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Edmund's  Hostel, 
Michs.  1544.  Probably  s.  of  Robert,  of  Edgerly,  Bucks. 
Sheriff  of  Norfolk.  Knighted,  1579.  M.P.  for  Camelford, 
1562;  for  Norfolk,  1584.  Died  Apr.  29,  1617,  at  Riddles- 
worth,  Norfolk,  aged  99.   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  i.  58.) 

DRURY,  DRUE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  1606-7. 
S.  of  Drue  (above).  B  Oct.  7,  1588.  Created  Bart.  May  7, 
1627.  M.P.  for  Norfolk,  1620;  for  Thetford,  1624.  Of  Riddles- 
worth.  Died  1632.   Father  of  the  next.   {T.A.Walker). 

DRURY,  DRUE.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  21, 
1 628-9.  S.  of  Sir  Drue,  of  Riddlesworth  (above).  B.  in  London, 
June  17,  1611.  School,  Bury.  Matric.  1629.  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Feb.  15,  1623-4.  Of  Riddlesworth,  Bart.  Succeeded  as 
Bart.,  1632.  Died  July  13,  1647.  Admon.  P.C.C.  Father  of 
the  next,  of  Isaac  (1657)  and  of  Robert  (1654).  {Peile,  i.  398; 
Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  1.  357;  G.E.C.) 

DRURY,  DRUE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  July  5, 
1654.  S.  of  Sir  Drue,  above,  Bart.,  of  Riddlesworth,  Norfolk. 
School,  Grendon,  Northants.  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8. 
Died  s.p.   Brother  of  Isaac  (1657)  and  Robert  (1654). 

DRURY,  ED.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Edmund's  Hostel,  1544. 

DRURY,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 
1564.  4th  s.  of  William,  of  Besthorpe,  Esq.  B.  at  Besthorpe, 
Norfolk.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Oct.  6,  1578,  age  26.  R.  of 
Yelverton  and  Beeston,  Norfolk,  1579-86;  called  D.D. 
Living,  1612.    Brother  of  Henry  (1559). 

DRURY,  EDMUND.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  July, 
1625.  Probably  s.  of  Francis  (1594),  of  Swaffham  Prior, 
Cambs.  B.  1607.  Died  1668.  Buried  at  Swaffham.  (Peile, 
I-  377.) 

DRURY,  EDWARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  1555. 

DRURY,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 
Probably  s.  of  John,  of  Swaffham  Prior,  Cambs.  B.  1577. 
Of  Swaffham,  Esq.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1633.  (Fts.  o/Cawis.,  1619.) 

DRURY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Jan.  21, 
1663-4.  Of  Gt  Dunham,  Norfolk.  S.  of  Richard,  gent. 
School,  Lynn.  Matric.  1664.  Buried  at  Dunham,  Mar.  18, 
1686-7.   Brother  of  Richard  (1660-1).   (Venn,  i.  420.) 

DRURY,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse,  June  5, 
1707.  Of  Huntingdonshire.  Perhaps  s.  of  Richard,  High 
Sheriff  of  Cambs.  and  Hunts.,  1676.  School,  Huntingdon. 
Matric.  1707;  Scholar,  1708;  B.A.  1710-1;  M.A.  1714.  Ord. 


Drury,  Robert 

deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  16,  1711-2;  priest.  May  31,  1713. 
R.  of  Whitton  and  Claydon,  Suffolk,  1711.    V.  of  Henley, 
1732.  Buried  at  Claydon,  May  26,  1761.  Father  of  the  next. 
DRURY,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  11, 
1737.  S.  of  George  (above),  R.  of  Claydon,  Suffolk.   Matric. 
1738;  B.A.  1741-2;  M.A.  1761.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept. 
19,  1742 ;  priest.  May  20, 1744.  R-  oi  Akenham,  Suffolk,  1744. 
V    of  Wherstead,   1744-61.    R.  of  Overstone,  Northants., 
1761.   R.  of  Little  BUling,  1761-1807.   R.  of  Claydon,  1761. 
Buried  there  Feb.  24,  1807.   (H.  I.  Longden.) 
DRURY,  HENRY.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Christ's,  May,  1554. 
S.  of  Sir  William,  of  Hawstead,  Suffolk,  Knt.  B.  Apr.  6, 1539. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  16,  1557.    Of  Hawstead,  Esq. 
Died  1586.   Wm,  P.C.C.   (Peile,  i.  54.) 
DREWRY,  HENRY.    Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,   i559- 
Doubtless  s.  of  William,  of  Besthorpe,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Matric. 
Michs.  1559;  B.A.  1563-4;  M.A.  1567.    FeUow,  1563.    Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  1566;  priest  (London)  June  4,  1566,  age  24. 
R.  of  High  Roothing,  Essex,  1568-1601  and  1607-13.   R.  of 
Tendring,  1584-1613.  WiU  proved  (P.C.C.)  1613.  Doubtless 
father  of  the  next  and  brother  of  Edmund  (1564)- 
DRURY,    HENRY.     Adm.   pens,   at   Corpus   Christi,    1602. 
Of  Essex.  Doubtless  s.  of  Henry  (above),  R.  of  High  Rooth- 
ing, Essex.    Matric.  Michs.  1602;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609. 
Of  Essex,  gent. 
DRURY,  HENRY.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Oct.  29,  1628.   Of 
Norfolk.    Matric.  1629.    Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  Jan.  28, 
1629-30.    B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637.    R.  of  South  Runcton, 
Norfolk,  1661-72.   Died  1672.  WiU,  P.C.C.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 
DRURY,   HENRY.    Adm.   pens,   at  Trinity,   Apr.    12,   1637. 
Perhaps   s.   of  Thomas,   of   Fincham,   Norfolk.     B.    1622. 
Matric.  1637;  Scholar,  1641;  B.A.  1641-2;  M.A.  1645.    Of 
BesweU,  and  after  of  Holme,  clerk.   WUl  (P.C.C.)  proved, 
1672.    (Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  1.  364.) 
DRURY,  ISAAC.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  July  10, 
1657.    3rd  s.  of  Sir  Drue,  Bart.  (1628-9),  of  Riddlesworth, 
Norfolk.  School,  Grendon.  Matric.  1657.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Feb.  19, 1656-7.  Brother  of  Drue  (1654)  and  Robert 
{1654). 
DRURY,  JOHN.  Scholar  of  Queens',  1537-43;  B.A.  1541-2. 
DRURY,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs.  1552. 

One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  28,  1562. 
DRURIE,  JOHN.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  15, 
1590.  S.  of  William  (1545),  LL.D.,  of  Essex.  School,  London. 
B.A.  1592-3.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  1594.  Of  Tendring, 
Essex.    Knighted,  Nov.  6,  1604.    Died  Dec.  18,  1619.   WUl 
(P.C.C.)  1622.    He  and  his  famUy  were  Popish  recusants. 
(Vis.  of  Bucks.,  1634,  159;  Venn,  i.  139.) 
DRURY  or  DREWRY,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Peter- 
house, July  7,   1668.    Of  Leicestershire.    School,  Market 
Bosworth.  Scholar,  i668. 
DRURY,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  (age  i7)  at  St  John's,  July  6, 
1716.    S.  of  WiUiam,  gent.,  of  Nottinghamshire.    B.  at 
Nottingham.   School,  Nottingham. 
DRURY,  NICHOLAS.   Adm.  at  St  Catharine's,  Oct.  18,  1660. 
Of  Norfolk.  S.  and  h.  of  Anthony,  of  Intwood,  Norfolk,  Esq. 
Matric.  1661-2.    Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  26,  1662.   Of 
Intwood,  Norfolk,  and  Southwold,  Suffolk,  Esq.   (Suff.  Man. 
Fam.,  I.  355.) 
DRURY,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Jan.  12, 
1660-1.    S.  of  Richard,  gent.,  of  Gt  Dunham,  Norfolk.   B. 
there.  School,  Lynn.  Matric.  1661;  Scholar,  1661.  Migrated 
to  Trinity,  Mar.  10,  1664-5.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  27, 
1664.    Of  Gt  Dunham,  gent.    Died  there.    Buried  Feb.  8, 
1666-7.  Brother  of  Francis  (1663-4).   (Venn,  i.  410.) 
DRURY,  RO.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs.  1558. 
DRURY,  ROBERT.    Probably  at  one  time  pens,  of  Gonville 
Hall.    S.   of   Roger,  of  Hawstead,  Suffolk.    Barrister  of 
Lincoln's  Tnn.    M.P.  for  Suffolk.    Speaker  of  the  House  of 
Commons,  1496.    Knighted,  1497.   Attended  on  the  King  in 
France,  1520,  and  held  many  important  offices.  Died  Mar.  2, 
1535-6.  Buried  at  St  Mary's,  Bury  St  Edmunds.  M.I.  WUl 
P.C.C.   (Cooper,  i.  56;  D.N.B.) 
DRUREY,  ROBERT.    Adm.  pens,  (age  11)  at  Caius,  Dec.  14, 
1564.  S.  of  Robert,  Esq.,  of  Hawstead,  Suffolk.  Died  young. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1564)  and  William  (1564). 
DRURY,  ROBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1575- 
DRURY,  ROBERT.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  (age  13)  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Easter,  1588.  S.  of  Sir  WiUiam  (1564),  of  Hawstead, 
Suffolk.  M.A.  1599  (special  grace).  Knighted,  Sept.  1591- 
M.P.  for  Suffolk,  1604-11;  for  Eye,  Suffolk,  1614.  Died  Apr. 
2,  1615,  aged  40.  Buried  at  Hawstead.  WUl  (P.C.C.)  1615. 
(Le  Neve,  Mon.;  Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  vii.'39.) 
DRURY,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  30,  1631. 
Of  Essex.   Matric.  1631;  B.A.  1634, 

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Drury,  Sir  Robert 

DRURY,  Sir  ROBERT,  Bart.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at 
Magdalene,  July  5,  1654.  S.  of  Sir  Drue  (1628-9),  Bart., 
of  Riddlesworth,  Norfolk.  School,  Grendon,  Northants. 
Matric.  1655.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  1647.  Died  Apr.  27,  1712, 
aged  77.  M.I.  at  Riddlesworth.  Brother  of  Drue  (1654)  and 
Isaac  (1657).   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  lii.  244;  G.E.C.) 

DRURY,  ROGER.   B.Can.L.  1478. 

DRURY,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1560. 
Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Besthorpe,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Scholar, 
1560;  B.A.  1564-5.  Of  Rollesby,  Norfolk,  Esq.  M.P.  for 
Yarmouth,  1588.  Will  proved  (P.C.C.)  1599.  Father  of  the 
next 

DRURIE,  ROGER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Sept.  30, 
1605.  S.  of  Roger  (above),  of  Rollesby,  Norfolk.  School, 
Oby,  Norfolk.  Living  in  1618.  Of  Drury  Lane,  Esq.  Will 
proved  (P.C.C.)  Jan.  1632.  {Venn,  i.  191;  Suff.  Man.  Fatn., 
I-  356.) 

DRURY,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clark,  Easter,  1625 ;  B.A. 
1628-9;  M.A.  1632. 

DREWRY,   THOMAS.     Matric.   sizar  from  Corpus   Christi, 

Michs.  1545. 
DRURY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  12)  at  Caius,  Aug.  4, 1564. 

S.  of  Robert,  Esq.    B.  at  Hawstead,  Suffolk,  May  8,  1551. 

Matric.   1564     Died  1602.    Brother  of  Robert  (1564)  and 

William  (1564).    {Venn,  i.  54.) 
DRURYE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1571. 

Perhaps  of   Maids  Moreton,  Bucla.;    adm.  at  the  Inner 

Temple,  1577. 

DRURIE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sirar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1589. 
DRURY,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  1597-8. 

Perhaps  4th  s.  of  Sir  Robert,  of  Rougham,  Sufiolk.  Barrister, 

1607.   Died  s. p.  vita  patris.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1616.   {Suff.  Man. 

Fam.,  I.  347.) 

DRURY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  161 7. 
Of  Norfolk.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  late  of  Flemingham 
(?Framingham),  Norfolk,  gent.,  deceased;  adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Apr.  22,  1619. 

DRURY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanukl,  Easter,  1624. 
Of  Sufiolk.   Matric.  1624;  B.A.  1637-8. 

DRURY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  1634. 
Of  Suffolk. 

DRURY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  June  23, 
1635.  S.  of  Thomas,  brewer.  B.  at  Downham,  Norfolk. 
Bapt.  June9,  1618.  School,  Wisbech.  Matric.  1635;  Scholar, 
1637-9;  B.A.  1638-9.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  17,  1640. 
Died  s.p.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1672.   {Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  i.  368.) 

DRURY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 
1637.  Of  Norfolk.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Fincham, 
Norfolk,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June  6,  1640.  Lord  of 
Talbot's  in  Fincham,  1674.  Dead  1697.  (Suff.  Man.  Fam., 
I.  364.) 

DRURY,  WALTER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  11,  1621. 
S.  of  William  (1585).  Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629. 
R.  of  Sandhurst,  Kent,  1632-80.   Died  1680. 

DRURY,  WATERS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  25, 
1666.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Downiam  Market,  Norfolk. 
B.  there.  Schools,  Downham  and  Lynn.  Scholar,  1666-73; 
Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Dec.  22,  1672;  priest  (Chichester)  Dec.  21,  1673. 
V.  of  Stow  Bardolph,  Norfolk,  1674-1722.  R.  of  Wimbots- 
ham,  1674-1722.   Died  1722.    {Venn,  i.  427.) 

DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1511. 
Left  before  graduation. 

DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Educated  at  Gonville  Hall.  S.  of  Sir 
Robert,  of  Hedgerley,  Bucks.  B.  Oct.  2,  1527.  Knighted, 
1570.  A  distinguished  commander,  by  land  and  sea.  At  the 
siege  of  Edinburgh,  1573.  President  of  Munster,  1575.  Lord 
Deputy  of  Ireland,  1578.  Died  Sept.  30,  1579.  One  of  these 
names  (knight)  M.P.  for  Suffolk,  1553-5.  (Cooper,  i.  412; 
D.N.B.) 

DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 
1545.  S.  of  John,  of  Rougham,  Sufiolk.  LL.B.  1553;  LL.D. 
1559.  Regius  Professor  of  Civil  Law,  1559-61.  Admitted 
advocate.  May  5,  1561.  Secretary  to  Archbishop  Parker. 
Judge  of  the  Prerogative  Court,  till  1575.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1575. 
{Cooper,  n.  74;  D.N.B.) 

DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Aug.  4,  1564. 
S.  of  Robert,  Esq.,  of  Hawstead,  Sufiolk.  B.  Mar.  30,  1550. 
School,  Groton.  Perhaps  specially  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
May  7,  1569.  Knighted,  1570.  High  Sheriff  of  Suffolk,  1583. 
M.P.  for  Suffolk,  1584.  Commander  of  a  regiment  in  France 
sent  in  aid  of  Henry  IV.  Fought  a  duel  there  with  Sir  John 
Borough.  Died  in  consequence  of  his  v/ound,  Jan.  18,  1589- 
90.  Buried  at  Hawstead.  M.I.  there.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1595. 
Brother  of  Robert  (1564)  and  Thomas  (1564).  (Venn,  i.  54.) 


Drywood,  George 

DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  1585.  Matric. 
Michs.  1585;  Scholar;  B.A.  1589-90;  M.A.  1593.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1593.  B.D.  (Oxford)  1600.  R.  of  Leyboume,  Kent, 
1602-40.  R.  of  Merstham,  Surrey,  1625-32.  Died  1640. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  proved  by  s.  Walter  (1621). 

DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  c.  1592. 

DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  12, 
1614  Matric.  1614.  One  of  these  names,  s.  and  h.  of  Sir 
Anthony,  of  Besthorpe,  Norfolk,  Knt.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Aug.  16,  1611.  Knighted,  Sept.  30,  i6i8.  Died  Nov.  8,  1639. 
Probably  the  same  man  who  subscribed  at  Oxford,  May  7, 
1613.   (.41.  Oxon.) 

DREWRY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Lent,  1618-9.   Of  Suffolk. 

DRURIE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  Catharine's, 

Michs.  1633. 
DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  Nov.  28, 

1645.  S.  of  William  of  Walsoken,  Norfolk.  School,  Wisbech. 

DRURYE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  14,  1657. 
Of  Huntingdonshire. 

DRURY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  June  26, 
1679.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Nottingham.  School,  West- 
minster. Scholar,  1680;  Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A. 
1686.  Fellow,  1685.  Senior  Proctor,  1706-7.  Buried  in 
Trinity  College  Chapel,  Nov.  16,  1713. 

DRURY, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  1600. 

DRUSIUS,  see  DRISIUS. 

DRY,  ISAAC.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  27, 1644.  Of  Dorset. 

DRYE,  JOHN.    B.A.  1499-1500. 

DRY,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1610-1; 
B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1616; 
priest,  Dec.  1616.  V.  of  Sheriff  Hutton,  Yorks.,  1628-38. 
Died  1638. 

DRY,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  23,  1687.  Of 
Nliddlesex.   Matric.  1687. 

DRYANDER,  see  ENCINAS. 

DRYDEN,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  26, 

1683.  S.  of  John  (1650),  the  Poet  Laureate.  B.  at  Charlton, 
Wilts.,  1666.    School,  Westminster.    Matric.  1683;  Scholar, 

1684.  Went  to  Italy,  1692.  Chamberlain  to  the  Poi>e. 
Returned,  1698.  Drowned  in  the  Thames  at  Datchet,  Aug. 
20,1704.   Buried  at  Windsor.   (D.N.B.;  Al.Westmon.,  200.) 

DRYDEN,  ERASMUS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  18, 
1618.  S.  of  Sir  Erasmus,  of  Canons'  Ashby,  Northants. 
Bart,  (created,  1619).  Matric.  1618.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Feb.  II,  1621-2.  Of  Titchmarsh,  Northants.,  Esq.  Died 
1654.  Wm  (P.C.C.)  1655.  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  G.E.C; 
Baker,  Northants.,  11.  5.) 

DRYDEN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  18,  1650.  S.  of 
Erasmus,  of  Canons'  Ashby,  Northants.  B.  at  Aldwincle, 
Aug.  9,  1631.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1650;  Scholar, 
1650;  B.A.  1653-4.  Discommuned  for  contumacy  to  the 
Vice-Master.  F.R.S.  1663.  Poet  Laureate,  1670-88.  Married, 
Dec.  1, 1663,  ElizabethHoward.dau.  of  the  Earl  of  Berkshire. 
Died  in  Gerrard  Street,  London,  May  1,  1700.  Buried  in 
Westminster  Abbey.   Father  of  Charles  (1683).   (D.N.B.) 

DRYDEN,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  pens  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  24, 
1617.  S.  of  Nicholas,  of  Norton  Pinckney,  Northants. 
Matric.  1617;  Scholar;  B.A.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625,  as  'Briden.' 
Preb.  of  Hereford,  1627.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.) 
1654;  of  Camberwell,  minister.    (Baker,  Northants.,  11.  5.) 

DRYDEN,  JONATHAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1656-7.  Scholar  from  Westminster,  1656.  S.  of  Jonathan, 
above.  B.  in  Herefordshire.  B.A.  1659-60;  M.A.  1663. 
Fellow,  1661.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1665.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Sept.  19,  1663;  priest  (London)  May,  1665.  R.  of  Cheriton, 
Kent,  1668-76.  R.  of  Keighley,  Yorks.,  1676-9.  R.  of 
Scrayingham,  Yorks.,  1680-1702.  R.  of  Londesborough, 
1680-1702.  Preb.  of  York,  1682.  Died  Aug.  25,  1702,  aged 
63.  Buried  in  York  Minster.   Father  of  the  next. 

DRYDEN,  JONATHAN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  23,  1716. 
S.  of  Jonathan  (above),  deceased.  Canon  of  York.  Bapt.  in 
the  Minster,  Apr.  2,  1700.  Matric.  1717;  Rustat  scholar; 
B.A.  1720-1;  M.A.  1729.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  23,  1722. 
P.C.  of  Bolton  Percy,  Yorks.,  1727.  R.  of  St  Cuthbert,  York. 
Died  Apr.  13,  1740,  aged  39. 

DRYFIELD,  RICHARD.  ChanceUor  of  the  University,  1261. 

DRYLAND,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1625;  B.A.  1629-30. 

DRYWOOD,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1564.  Probably  s.  of  John.  B.  at  Dunton  Waylett,  Essex, 
c.  1547.  Fellow,  but  left  without  a  degree,  1568.  'Farmer  at 
Dunton  Waylett.'  Author,  Latin  poems.  Died  May  22, 1603. 
{Harwood;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1634;  Cooper,  11.  354) 


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Drywood,  George 

DRYWOOD,  GEORGE.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1570.   Scholar  from  Westminster,  1570.   B.A.  1573-4;  M.A. 

1577;  B.D.  1586.   Fellow,  1576-94.   Ord.  deacon  and  priest 

(Peterb.)  May  28,  1583.   Deputy  Public  Orator,  1582.   R.  of 

Mistley,  Essex,  1586-90.   R.  of  South  Ockendon,  1590-1611. 

R.  of  Trinity-the-Less,  London,   1603-5.    R.  of  Chadwell, 

Essex,  1605-11.  Died  1611.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1612.  {Cooper,  ill. 

43;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 

DRYWOOD,  GEORGE.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1618.   Scholar  from  Westminster,  1619;  B.A.  1622-3;  M.A. 

1626.    Fellow,  1624. 

DRYWOOD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1575- 

One  of  these  names,  of  Staple  Inn,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  1580. 

DRYWOOD,    JOHN.     Adm.    pens,    at    King's,    Michs.    1579- 

Licensed  to  practise  medicine  from  Trinity,  1587. 
DRYWOOD,  JOHN.    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Michs. 

1609. 
DRYWOOD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1570.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Apr.  17,  1575.  age  25.  R.  of  Down- 
ham,  Essex,  1574-1608.  Died  1608.  Admon.  (P.C.C.)  June 
18,  1608. 
DRYWOOD,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1588;  Scholar,  1589. 

DUBBER, .   B.A.  1465-6. 

DUBORDIEU,  ARMAND.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Jan.  31, 
1 690-1.  A  Frenchman;  protestant  exile  from  Montpelier. 
Matric.  1691 ;  B.A.  1694-5 ;  M.A.  1716.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Feb.  17,  1694-5;  priest  (Peterb.)  June  6,  1696.  V.  of 
Desborough,  Northants.,  1696-1727-  V.  of  North  Weald, 
Essex,  1715-33.  V.  of  Sawbridgeworth,  Herts.,  1716-33. 
Died  Aug.  25,  1733,  aged  61.  Buried  at  Sawbridgeworth. 
M.I.  His  contemporary,  John  Armand  Dubordieu,  was  of 
Oxford.  (Peile,  11.  120;  H.  I.  Longden.) 
DUBORDIEU,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  June  29, 
1716.  Matric.  1716;  B.A.  1719-20;  M.A.  i734-  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  June  10,  1722.  C.  of  St  Michael-le-Queme,  London, 
c.  1726-35.  V.of  Sawbridgeworth,  Herts.,  1734-52  (resigned). 
Preb.  of  St  Asaph,  1737-54;  chancellor,  1743-54-  R-  of 
Newington,  Surrey,  1752-4.  Died  1754.   Father  of  the  next. 

DUBORDIEU,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  17,  i749- 
Of  London.  S.  of  John  (above),  C.  of  St  Michael-le-Quem, 
and  Isabella.  Bapt.  there.  May  21,  1733.  Matric.  1749- 
Brother  of  William  (i75i)- 

DUBORDIEU,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  25,  1689. 
Of  Montpelier,  France.  Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1692-3;  M.A.  1697. 
Ord.  deacon  (York)  1693;  priest,  Sept.  1693.  R.  of  Kirby 
Misperton,  Yorks.,  1707-55.  Author. 

DUBORDIEU,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  I,  1751.  Of  London.  S.  of  John  (1716).  B.  Mar.  21, 
1734-5-  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1751;  Scholar. 
Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Merton  College,  May  30, 
1754,  age  19.   Brother  of  John  (1749).   {T.  A.  Walker,  301.) 

DUCANE,  JOHN.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1623-4;  M.A.  1627. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1624.  S.  of  John,  of  London.  Died  at 
Battersea,  Apr.  22,  1684,  aged  83.  {Essex  Pedigrees;  Burke, 
L.G.) 

DU  CAREL,  ANDREW  COLTEE.  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall, 
1739  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of  James,  of  Greenwich. 
B.  in  Normandy.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  from  Trinity  College, 
Oxford,  July  2,  1731,  age  18.  B.C.L.  from  St  John's,  1738. 
D.C.L.  1742.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  13,  1732;  and  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  1735.  Admitted  advocate,  1743.  Official  of 
the  Diocese  of  Canterbury,  1758.  F.S.A.  1737.  F.R.S.  1762. 
Librarian  at  Lambeth,  1757.  A  devoted  antiquary.  Author, 
antiquarian.  Died  May  29,  1785.  Buried  at  St  Katharine's- 
by-the-Tower.   Will,  P.C.C.   Brother  of  the  next.    {D.N.B.) 

DU  CAREL,  JAMES  COLTEE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  19)  at 
Caius,  Feb.  i,  1734-5.  Previously  matric.  from  Trinity 
College,  Oxford,  1733.  S.  of  James  Coltee,  Esq.,  of  Paris. 
B.  there,  at  Neuilly.  Schools,  Eton  and  Greenwich.  Of 
Greenwich,  Esq.,  when  adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1738.  Of 
Ayot  St  Lawrence,  Herts.  Living  at  St  Germain,  France,  in 
1785.   Brother  of  Andrew,  above.   {Venn,  11.  40.) 

DUCIE-MORETON,  MATTHEW.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens', 
June  27,  i68i.  S.  of  Edward  Moreton,  Esq.,  of  Moreton, 
Staffs.  M.A.  1682  (Com.  Reg.).  Served  under  William  III  in 
Flanders.  M.P.  for  Gloucestershire,  1710-3,  1715-20. 
Created  Lord  Ducie,  Baron  of  Moreton,  Staffs.,  June  9,  1720. 
Died  May  2,  1735,  in  London.  Buried  at  Tortworth,  Gloucs.; 
aged  72. 

DUCIE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Magdalene, 
Sept.  12,  1669.  S.  of  Sir  Hugh,  Knt.,  of  Islington,  Middlesex. 
School,  Richmond.  Succeeded  his  uncle  Sir  William,  as  4th 
Bart.,  Sept.  9,  1679.  Died  in  the  Fleet  Prison,  c.  1691. 
(Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Vis.  of  Sussex;  G.E.C.) 


Ducket,  Nathaniel 

DUCK,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1565. 

B.   in   Shoreditch,  Middlesex.     Migrated  to  Trinity,  1568; 

Scholar;  B.A.  1569-70;  M.A.  1573;  B.D.  1584.   FeUow,  1571. 

Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  19;  priest,  June  20,  1580,  age  30. 

V.  of  Marsworth,  Bucks.,  1584.   Died  1596. 
DUCKE,  JOHN.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1711. 

B.  at  Dunchideock,  Devon.  Matric.  1712;  B.A.  1715-6;  M.A. 
1719.   FeUow,  1715,  till  his  death.   Died  at  Exeter. 

DUCKELL,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1579; 
B.A.  1582-3. 

DUCKET,  CHRISTOPHER  (1503-4),  see  DOCKET. 

DUCKETT,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1580.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Richard,  of  Grayrigg,  Westmor- 
land. B.  1564.  Knighted,  1603.  Died  Oct.  24,  1636.  Prob- 
ably father  of  William  (1607).  (G.  F.  Ducket,  Ducketiana,  24.) 

DUCKETT,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Dec.  30,  1725. 
S.  of  Francis,  R.  of  Little  Ashby,  Leics.  B.  there.  Matric. 
1726;  B.A.  1729-30.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  22,  1729-30, 

C.  of  Haselbeech,  Northants.    Buried  there  Oct.  9,  1749. 
aged  44.   M.I.   Admon.  granted  to  brother  Zacheus  (1732)- 

DUCKETT,  GABRIEL.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1560.  Of  Westmor- 
land. S.  of  Anthony,  of  Grayrigg,  and  Dorothy  Bellingham. 
B.A.  I562-3;M.A.  from  St  John's,  1566.  Fellow,  of  St  John's, 
1563.  Keeper  of  the  University  Library,  Buried  at  AU 
Saints',  Cambridge,  Aug.  28,  1623.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.) 
1624.  Brother  of  Lionel.  (J.  Parker.) 
DUCKET,  GILES.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1559.   One 

of  these  names,  student  at  Trinity  Hall,  Aug.  1564. 
DUCKET,  GREGORY.     Matric.   pens,   from  Trinity,   Easter, 
1587;  Scholar,  1588;  B.A.  1590-1,  as  'George';  M.A.  1594; 
D.D.  1613.  Fellow,  1 59 1.   University  Librarian,  1594.   V.of 
Trumpington,  Cambs.,  1606-11.    R.  of  Girton,  1609.    R.  of 
St  Andrew's,  Holbom,  161 1-24.    Married,  at  St  Dunstan- 
in-the-East,  London,  May  2,   1615,  Margaret,  dau.  of  Sir 
John  Watts,  Knt.  Died  Dec.  29, 1624.  Buried  in  St  Andrew's, 
Holbom.   Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1625.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
DUCKETT,  HENRY.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1586.   Matric. 
1586;  Scholar;  B.A.  1589-90;  M.A.  from  Clare,  1593.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Cotgrave,  Notts.,  1595-1603.    Buried  there  Dec.  18, 
1603.    (Godfrey,  Notts.) 
DUCKETT,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1596; 
B.A.    1600-1;    M.A.    i6o6.     Perhaps   V.   of   Conisborough, 
Yorks.,  161 1-5. 
DUCKETT,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  Edmund  Hostel, 

Michs.  1544  {impubes). 
DUCKETT,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1583; 

B.A.  1587-8.   Fellow.   Died  in  College,  1588. 
DUCKET,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs.  1583; 

B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1599.   V.  of  Caistor,  Lines.,  I592-I593- 
DUCKET,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,   at  Trinity,  June  29,   1635, 
Exhibitioner   from   Charterhouse.     Matric.    1636;   Scholar, 
1638;  B.A.  1638-9.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders  (London) 
Feb.  16,  1664-5;  for  priest's,  May  19,  1665.  C.  of  Rettendon, 
Essex. 
DUCKET,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  12,  1654-5. 
Of  Cambridgeshire.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Steeple  Morden, 
Cambs.,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  July  10,  1657. 
DUCKET,  LIONEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1579. 
S.   of  Anthony,   of  Grayrigg.     B.   in   Westmorland.    B.A. 
1582-3;  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1586;  B.D.  1597.   Fellow  of  Jesus, 
1585-1603.     Proctor,    1595-6.     Ord.    deacon    and    priest 
(Peterb.)   Sept.    23,    1589.    V.   of  All  Saints',   Cambridge, 
1592-1603.    Died  Apr.   5,   1603.    Buried  in  Jesus  College 
Chapel.    Benefactor  to  Jesus  and  St  John's.    Will  (V.C.C.) 
1603.   Brother  of  Gabriel.   (Cooper,  11.  354;  A.  Gray.) 
DUCKETT,  MANSEL.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  27, 
1677.  Matric.  1677.  S.  of  Thomas  (1651),  of  Steeple  Morden, 
Cambs.,  and  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  Edward  Mansell,  Bart.,  of 
Muddlescombe,  Co.  Carmarthen.  (G.  F.  Duckett,  Ducketiana, 
53.) 
DUCKET,  MATTHEW.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  June  15, 
1608.    S.  of  Robert,  husbandman,  of  Gt  Burdon,  Durham. 
School,  Darlington.   Matric.  1608.   One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Bradfield,  Yorks.,  1617-28. 
DUCKET,  NATHANIEL.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 

1584;  B.A.  1589-90;  M.A.  1593. 
DUCKET,  NATHANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1617;  Scholar,  1619;  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  27;  priest,  Sept.  28,  1624.  V.  of  Stanwell, 
Middlesex,  1630-2.  V.  of  North  Elmham,  Norfolk,  1631. 
Will  dated  Aug.  7,  1659.  Father  of  Nathaniel  (1665)  and 
Peter  (1665).   (Her.  and  Gen.,  vi.  320.) 


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DUCKET,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  siiar  at  Trinity,  June  7.  1665. 
S.  of  Nathaniel  (above),  V.  of  North  Elmham,  Norfolk.  Bapt. 
there,  June  i,  1648.  School,  Woodbridge.  Matric.  1666-7; 
B.A.  1668-9;  M.A.  1672.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  19, 
1670-1.  R.  of  Tittleshall,  Norfolk,  1679-1721.  R.  ofWeUing- 
ham,  till  1721.  Died  Oct.  29,  1721,  aged  73-  Buried  at 
TittleshaU.  M.I.  Brother  of  Peter  (1665).  (Her.  and  Gen., 
VI.  320.) 

DUCKET,  NOAH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1568; 
B.A.  1572-3.  Doubtless  of  Broughton-Astley,  Leics.  Admon. 
(Leicester)  1613.    Father  of  Peter  (1615). 

DUCKET,  PAUL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  3, 1638.  Scholar 
from  Westminster;  B.A.  1642-3.  R.  of  Grinstead,  Essex, 
1660-2.  R.  of  St  Leonard,  Colchester,  1661-2.  V.  of  Bore- 
ham,  Essex,  1662-70.  R.  of  Rettendon,  1662-70.  Died  1670. 
Will  (Cons.  C.  London)  1670. 

DUCKETT,  PETER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1615. 
Probably  of  Staple  Inn.  S.  of  Noah  (1568).  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1652;  proved  by  brother  William,  of  Gray's  Inn. 

DUCKET,  PETER.  Adm.  siiar  at  Trinity,  June  7,  1665.  S.  of 
Nathaniel  (1617).  Bapt.  at  North  Elmham,  May  24,  1650. 
School,  Woodbridge.  Matric.  1666-7;  B.A.  1668-9;  M.A. 
1674.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Jan.  1672-3 ;  priest,  Sept.  1675. 
R.  of  Cookley,  Suffolk,  1676-9.  R.  of  Huntingfield,  1695- 
1709.  Died  1709.  Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1665).  SeeAl.Oxon. 
for  a  contemporary. 

DUCKET,  RICHARD.  At  St  John's  for  three  years.  Migrated 
as  sizar  (age  18)  to  Christ's,  Nov.  6,  1626.  S.  of  James,  of 
Yorkshire.  School,  Sedbergh.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  22, 
1630.    (Peile,  I.  378.) 

DUCKET,  ROBERT.  Probably  of  St  John's;  founded  scholar- 
ships there,  1521.  R.  of  Chevening,  Kent,  1493-1522.  Died 
1522.    (Cooper,  I.  26  ) 

DUCKETT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Oct. 
27,  1634.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  gent.,  of  Albury,  Herts.  B.  at 
Tring,  Herts.  School,  Bishop's  Stortford,  Herts,  (private; 
Mr  Lea).  Matric.  1634-5.  Migrated  to  Trinity,  Oct.  30, 
1637. 

DUCKETT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  28, 
1 65 1.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Steeple  Morden,  Cambs.  Matric. 
1651.  Afterwards  Fell. -Com.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  12, 
1655.  Of  Steeple  Morden;  donor  to  the  Chapel,  1667.  Father 
of  Mansel  (1677)  and  brother  of  John  (1654). 

DUCKET,  TINKLER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Oct.  9, 1727. 
S.  of  Henry,  farmer,  of  Spixworth,  Norfolk.  B.  there.  Schools, 
Norwich  (private;  Mr  Brand)  and  Wymondham.  Scholar, 
1727-35;  Matric.  1728;  B.A.  i73t-2;  M.A.  1735.  Fellow, 
1736-9.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  23,  1733;  priest,  Mar.  2, 
1734-5-  C.  of  Little  Horkesley,  Essex.  Expelled  from  the 
University  for  atheism  and  immorality,  1738.  Living  1773. 
when  he  is  described  as  at  Venice,  lately  residing  in  Constanti- 
nople.  (Venn,  11.  28;  Her.  and  Gen.,  vi.  320.) 

DUCKET,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1607.  Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  Francis  (1580),  Knt.,  of  Grayrigg, 
Westmorland.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  1609. 

DUCKET,  ZACHEUS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  12,  1732. 
School,  Oakham.  Matric.  1732-3;  B.A.  1735-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  21,  1735-6;  priest,  Dec.  19,  1736.  Of  Gedling, 
Notts.,  clerk,  in  1749.   Brother  of  Francis  (1725). 

DUCKFIELD,  DANIEL.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1604-5;  M.A.  1608. 
V.  of  Childerditch,  Essex,  161 1-53.  Died  Jan.  1653.  Will, 
P.C.C. 

DUCKFIELD,  DANIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1632.  Of  Essex.  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.  Fellow, 
1637-45.  Buried  at  St  Botolph's,  Cambridge,  May  3,  1645. 
Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1645. 

DUCKFIELD,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May 
22,  1683.  S.  of  John  (1642),  R.  of  Aspeden,  near  Buntingford. 
B.  at  Buntingford.  School,  Bishop's  Stortford.  Matric.  1683; 
B.A.  1686-7;  M.A.  1690.  Fellow,  1688-1702.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1700.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May,  1689.  V.  of 
Hauxton,  Cambs.,  1700.  Died  between  Mar.  25  and  May  i, 
1702.    Will  proved  (V.C.C).   (Peile,  11.  92.) 

DUCKFIELD,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May, 
1562.  Perhaps  s.  of  John,  of  Harston,  Cambs.,  adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Oct.  20,  1566. 

DUCKFIELD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Michs.  1642.  Of  Essex.  B.A.  1645-6;  M.A.  1649.  Fellow. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1649-50.  Ord.  priest  (Ardfert)  Nov.  27, 
1656.  V.  of  Layston,  Herts.,  1663-70;  of  .\speden,  1670-85. 
Died  1685.   Father  of  Daniel  (1683). 

DUCKFIELD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  18, 
1677-8.   Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685. 


Dudley,  John 

DUCKLING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Mar.  8, 
1631-2.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Hopton,  Suffolk,  husbandman. 
Bapt.  Jan.  23,  1613-4.  School,  Hopton.  Matric.  1633;  B.A. 
1636-7;  M.A.  1640.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  9,  1639; 
priest,  Mar.  i,  1639-40.  V.  of  Heckington,  Lines.,  1646. 
(Venn,  i.  303.) 
DUCKRING,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Nov.  18,  1675. 

Matric.  1675. 
DUCKWORTH,  CHRISTOPHER.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens', 
Easter,  1571.    Of  Lancashire.    B.A.   1576-7.    Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)    Aug.    16,    1582;   priest,   Jan.   9,    1582-3.    V.   of 
Empingham,  Rutland,  1582-1628. 
DUCKWORTH,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
c.  1594;  B.A.  1597-8;  M.A.  i6oi.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Mar.  25,  1602,  age  31.  C.  of  Barmer.  Perhaps  V.  of  Walton- 
le-Soken,  Essex,  1609-41.    Died  1641. 
DUCKWORTH,  HENRY.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1627;  B.A.  1630-1.   Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  23,  1632. 
DUCKWORTH,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1615-6;  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.   Perhaps  R.  of  Beighton, 
Norfolk,  c.  1622. 
DUCKWORTH,  JOHN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar. 
24,  1669-70.    S.  of  James,  yeoman,  of  Haslingden,  Lanes. 
B.  there.    School,  Blackburn.    Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4; 
M.A.  1677.    R.  of  Haslingden,  1680.   Died  1695.    (Manning 
and  Bray,  11.  682.) 
DUCKWORTH,  RALPH.    Proctor,  1 430-1. 
DUCKWORTH,    RICHARD.    Matric.   sizar  from  St   John's, 
Easter,  1616;  B.A.  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.  V.  of  Brent  Pelham, 
Herts.,  1630-44.   Died  1644. 
DUCKWORTH,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Lent, 

1615-6. 
DUCY,  JOHN  (1659),  see  DACY. 
DUDINGTON,  see  DODDINGTON. 

DUDLEY,  AMBROSE,  Earl  of  Warwick.  M.A.  1564,  on  the 
Queen's  visit.  S.  of  John  (1551),  Duke  of  Northumberland. 
B.  c.  1528.  Knighted,  Nov.  17,  1549.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  1561.  Succeeded  as  Earl  of  Warwick,  1561.  K.G. 
1563.  D.C.L.  (Oxford)  1566.  Commanded  in  the  expedition 
to  Havre,  1563.  Commissioner  for  the  trial  of  Mary,  Queen 
of  Scots,  1568.  Privy  Councillor,  1573.  Lieutenant  of  the 
order  of  the  Garter,  1575.  Died  Feb.  20,  1589-90.  Buried  at 
Warwick.  Brother  of  Robert  (1564).  (D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.; 
G.E.C.) 
DUDELEY,  AUGUSTINE.  Student  at  Jesus,  1543-4-  (A.  Gray.) 
DUDLEY,  AUGUSTINE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  4, 
1627.  6th  s.  of  Edward  (1587),  of  Clapton,  Northants. 
Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  25,  1636.  Brother  of  the  next,  Edward  (1617)  and 
Gamaliel  (1627).  (Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618.) 
DUDLEY,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  8,  1620. 
2nd  s.  of  Edward  (1587),  of  Clapton,  Northants.  Matric. 
1621;  B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar. 
21;  priest.  Mar.  22,  1629-30.  Brother  of  Edward  (1617), 
Gamaliel  (1627)  and  of  Augustine  (above).  (Vis.  of  Northants., 
1618.) 
DUDLEY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1587. 
Eldest  s.  of  Edward,  of  Clapton,  Northants.  B.A.  1590-1. 
Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov.  1591 ;  formerly  of  Clement's 
Inn.  Died  May  6,  1632,  aged  62.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1587), 
father  of  the  next,  Gamaliel  (1627),  Charles  (1620)  and 
Augustine  (1627).  (Peile,  i.  190;  G.E.C.;  Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634; 
Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618.) 
DUDLEY,  EDWARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Easter, 
1617.  1st  s.  of  Edward  (above),  of  Clapton,  Northants.,  Esq. 
B.  1603.  Resided,  till  1619.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple, 
Feb.  II,  1620.  Died  Nov.  13,  1641.  Brother  of  the  next,  of 
Charles  (1620)  and  Augustine  (1627).  (Peile,  i.  316;  G.E.C; 
Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618.) 
DUDLEY,  GAMALIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  4,  1627. 
5th  s.  of  Edward  (1587),  of  Clapton,  Northants.  Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  June,  1634.  Adm.  student  at  Leyden, 
May  30,  1642.  Knighted,  1646.  Brother  of  Edward  (above), 
Charles  (1620)  and  Augustine  (1627). 
DUDLEY,  JOHN,  Duke  of  Northumberland.  Chancellor  of  the 
University,  1551.  S.  of  Edmund,  privy  councillor  to  Henry 
VII.  B.  c.  1502.  Knighted,  in  France,  1523.  Created  Vis- 
count Lisle,  1542;  Earl  of  Warwick,  1547;  and  Duke  of 
Northumberland,  1551-  Eari  Marshal,  1551-  K.G.  1543. 
Governor  of  Boulogne,  i544-  Ambassador  to  France,  1546. 
A  very  distinguished  military  commander.  Supported  the 
claims  of  his  daughter-in-law.  Lady  Jane  Grey,  to  the  throne. 
Executed  on  Tower  Hill,  Aug.  22,  i553-  Father  of  Ambrose 
and  Robert  (1564).  (Cooper,  i.  112;  D.N.B.;  G.E.C.) 
DUDLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1566. 

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DUDLEY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Aug.  29,  1711.  S.  of 
Samuel  (1660),  R.  of  Braddon,  Northants.  B.  there,  1694. 
Matric.  1711;  B.A.  1715;  M.A.  1719.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Dec.  22,  1717;  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  20, 1719.  V.  of  Watford, 
Northants.,  1719.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1723-45.  Archdeacon 
of  Bedford,  1731-45.  R.  of  Winwick,  1743.  Perhaps  V.  of 
Aylesbury,  Bucks.,  1729.  Died  1745. 

DUDLEY,  MONTAGU.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Sept.  11, 
1620.  S.  of  Thomas  (1587),  gent.  B.  at  Harrold,  Beds. 
School,  Ravensden  (Mr  Guest).  Matric.  1620.  Buried  at 
Harrold,  Dec.  18,  1621.  {Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634;  Vis.  of  North- 
ants., 1618.) 

DUDLEY,  PETER.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1504-5- 

DUDLEY,  ROBERT.  M.A.  1564,  on  the  Queen's  visit.  5th  s.  of 
John  (1551),  Duke  of  Northumberland.  M.P.  for  Norfolk, 
c.  1549-52  and  1553.  Sentenced  to  death  for  participation  in 
the  attempt  to  place  Lady  Jane  Grey  on  the  throne,  1553; 
but  pardoned.  K.G.  1559.  High  Steward  of  the  University, 
1563-88.  Created  Earl  of  Leicester,  1564.  Chancellor  of 
Oxford,  1564-85.  Married,  June  4,  1550,  Amy,  dau.  of  Sir 
John  Robsart.  Died  at  Combury,  Oxon.,  Sept.  4,  1588. 
Buried  in  the  Beauchamp  Chapel,  Warwick.  Brother  of 
Ambrose  (1564).  {D.N.B.;  Cooper,  11.  30;  Al.  Oxon.;  G.E.C.) 

DUDLEY,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Nov.  1566. 

DUDLEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Easter,  1626. 
S.  of  Thomas,  manager  to  the  Earl  of  Lincoln.  Bapt.  at 
Northampton,  Nov.  30,  1608.  Matric.  1626.  Went  to  New 
England,  with  his  father  and  family,  1630.  Lived  at  Cam- 
bridge, Ipswich  and  Salisbury,  Mass.,  as  planter  and  farmer. 
Minister  at  Exeter,  New  Hampshire,  1650.  Died  there,  Feb. 
10,  1682-3.  He  had  a  large  family  by  his  three  wives.  His 
father  went  out  as  assistant  of  the  Massachusetts  Bay 
Company,  and  rose  to  be  Governor  of  the  Colony.  (J.  G. 
Bartlett.) 

DUDLEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  July  6,  1660.  Of 
Buckinghamshire.  Matric.  1661;  Scholar,  1664;  B.A.  1666-7. 
R.  of  Alderton,  Northants.,  1684-1710.  V.  of  St  Giles', 
Northampton,  1691-7.  R.  of  Braddon,  1697.  Father  of  John 
(1711).   (A.  Gray.) 

DUDLEY,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1587. 
S.  of  Edward,  of  Clapton,  Northants.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Apr.  22,  1592,  from  Clement's  Inn.  Of  Harrold, 
Beds.,  Esq.  Died  1632,  aged  62.  M.I.  at  Clapton.  Father  of 
Montagu  (1620),  brother  of  Edward  (1587).  {Peile,  I.  190; 
Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634;  Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618.) 

DUDLEY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  1623.  Matric. 
1624;  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630. 

DUDLEY,  TOBIAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1615. 
S.  of  Ambrose,  of  Chopwell,  Durham.  Bapt.  at  Ryton,  Jan. 
21,  1598-9.  Of  Chopwell,  Esq.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Sir 
William  Blakiston,  Knt.  Buried  at  Ryton,  May  24,  1661. 
Brother  of  the  next.  {Vis.  of  Durham,  1615;  Surtees,  11.  280; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 

DUDLEY,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1616. 
2nd  s.  of  Ambrose,  of  Chopwell,  Durham.  Bapt.  at  St 
Nicholas,  Newcastle,  Nov.  9,  1600.  B.A.  1619-20.  Brother 
of  the  above.   {Vis.  of  Durham,  1615.) 

DUDLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  2r,  1622. 
Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1625-6;  Scholar,  1626;  M.A.  1629.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  July  1;  priest,  July  2,  1629.  R.  of  Brough- 
ton,  Bucks.,  1632-48;  reinstated,  1660-77.  R.  of  Simpson, 
1634-6.  Married,  at  Aspley  Guise,  Nov.  11,  1656,  Sarah 
Sadler.   Buried  at  Broughton.    {Lipscomb,  iv.  80.) 

DUDLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  May  13, 
1681.  Of  Northamptonshire.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  William,  of 
Clapton,  Knt.  and  Bart.  School,  Oundle.  M.A.  1682  {Com. 
Reg.).  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  24,  1683;  and  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  1685.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  23,  1710; 
priest,  Feb.  24, 1710-1.  R.  of  Claptcn,  1711.  Died  May,  1726. 
(Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 

DUDLEY,  .    Matric.  pens,  from  St  Edmund's  Hostel, 

Easter,  1546. 

DUDLEY, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  1636. 

DUDSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  July  7, 
1669.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  Hopton,  Derbs.  School,  Wirks- 
worth  (Mr  Crosedale).  Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1672-3.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lichfield)  Sept.  1673;  priest,  June,  1679.  V.  of 
Alfreton,  Derbs.,  until  1733.  Buried  there  Feb.  11,  1732-3. 
Father  of  the  next.    {Peile,  11.  25.) 

DUDSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  22, 
1709.  S.  of  Samuel  (above).  B.  at  Barwick-in-Elmet,  Yorks. 
School,  Chesterfield,  Derbs.  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3;  M.A. 
1718.   Master  of  Repton  School,  1723-4.   Died  1724. 

DUELL,  EDWARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Lent,  1581-2. 


DuGARD,  Thomas 

DUER,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  2,  1742.  S.  of 
John,  of  Antigua,  and  of  Fulham,  Middlesex.  B.  in  London. 
Matric.  1742.  Lieutenant  in  the  army,  1750-61.  Of  Chichester, 
Esq.  Will  proved,  Nov.  11,  1788.  (.V.  and  Q.,  3rd  S.,  11.  379; 
Oliver's  Antigua,  iii.  421.) 

DUERDEN,  see  DURDEN. 

DUFFE,  ARTHUR.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  17, 
1715.  S.  of  Patrick,  deceased,  of  Ireland.  School,  Kidder- 
minster. B.A.  of  Trinity  College,  Dublin.  Matric.  1715-6; 
M.A.  1724. 

DUFFIELD,  ANDREW.  Scholar  of  Queens',  1498;  B.A. 
1498-9.  Probably  fellow  of  Peterhouse;  died  1501. 

DUFFIELD,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Feb.  28, 
1728-9.  Of  Sherbum,  Yorks.   Matric.  1729. 

DUFFIELD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1565. 
Of  London.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1568-9;  M.A.  from  Peter- 
house,  1572;  B.D.  1578-9.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1572. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1580.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Oct.  6,  1574. 
R.  of  Lopham,  Norfolk,  1576-8.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1579-85. 
R.  of  Acle,  1580.  R.  of  Dengie,  Essex,  1586-9.  Died  1589. 
Admon.  P.C.C. 

DUFFIELD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1582. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May,  15S5,  as  s.  of 
Richard,  gent.,  of  London.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  3, 
1594;  priest,  Nov.  2,  1600.  Probably  V.  of  Stoke  Poges, 
Bucks.,  1601-15. 

DUFFIELD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Jan.  12, 
1621-2.  S.  of  John,  woollen-draper,  of  Wymondham, 
Norfolk.  Schools,  Wymondham  (IVfr  Peechod)  and  Norwich 
(Mr  Stonham).  Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1625-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  1626;  priest,  June  1,  1634.   {Vettn,  l.  255.) 

DUFFIELD,  LEONARD.  Licensed  to  practise  surgery,  1559-60. 
Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1576. 

DUFFIELD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
June  21,  1686.  S.  of  Huan,  attorney -at-law.  B.  at  Sherbum, 
Yorks.  School,  Sherbum  (Mr  Payn).  Matric.  1686;  B.A. 
1689-90.  Ord.  priest  (York)  June,  1694.  V.  of  Church 
Fenton,  Yorks.,  1689-1732.  V.  of  Sherbum,  1695-1732.  Died 
Apr.  2,  1732.  (Wheater,  Sherburn  and  Cawood,  90.) 

DUFFIELD,  THOMAS.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1422  (B.A.). 

DUFFIELD,  THOMAS.  FeUow  of  Queens',  c.  1458;  D.D. 
(?  1463).  Died  1483.  Benefactor  to  the  College.  (Searle, 
Hist,  of  Queens',  1.  94.) 

DUFFIELD,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1549; 
Scholar,  1554.  Fellow,  1555.  No  degree  recorded.  One  of 
these  names  ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  10,  1574;  priest, 
Sept.  16,  1575. 

DUFFIELD,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  1469-70;  M.A.  1472. 

DUFFIELD,  WILLIAM.  B.Can.L.  1470-1;  D.Can.L.  1479.  R. 
of  Rattlesden,  Sufiolk,  1484.  R.  of  Mistley,  Essex,  1488-9. 
R.  of  Holy  Trinity-the-less,  London,  1490-2.  Probably 
archdeacon  of  Stafford,  1497-1501. 

DUFFYLD,  WILLIAM.  Franciscan  friar.  D.D.  1521-2. 

DUFFING,  ROBERT.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1529- 
DUGARD,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  10,  1709-10. 

Of  Staffordshire.     Probably  s.   of  Samuel,   R.   of  Forton, 

Staffs.  Matric.  1710;  Rustat scholar,  1710;  B.A.  1713-4;  M.A. 

1719.   Ord.  priest  (London)  Feb.  26,  1715-6.   (A.  Gray.) 

DUGARD,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  9,  1588. 
Matric.  1588.  Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Grafton  Fliford, 
Worcs.  Of  Lickey,  Bromsgrove.  Died  1635.  Father  of 
Thomas  (1626)  and  William  (1622).  {Vis.  of  Warws.,  1682; 
Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  3rd  S.,  v.  161.) 

DUGARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  May  14,  1606. 
Matric.  1606;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613;  B.D.  1620.  Fellow. 
For  some  years  a  famous  CoUege  tutor.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Feb.  25,  1615-6;  priest  (Peterb.)  May  26,  1616.  R.  of 
FuUetby,  Lines.,  1636-54.  Intimate  friend  of  Milton.  Buried 
at  FuUetby,  Feb.  4,  1653-4. 

DUGARD,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  Sept.  i, 
1649.  S.  of  William  (1622),  Head  Master  of  Merchant 
Taylors'  School,  London.  B.  at  Stamford,  Lines.  Died  un- 
married.   {Vis.  of  Warws.,  1682.) 

DUGARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Mar.  28, 
1626.  S.  of  Henry  (1588).  B.  at  Bromsgrove,  Worcs.  School, 
Worcester  (Mr  Henry  Bright).  Matric.  1626;  B.A.  1629-30; 
M.A.  1633.  Master  of  Warwick  School,  1633-48.  R.  of 
Barford,  Warws.,  1648.  Living,  1682.  Brother  of  the  next. 
{Vis.  of  Warws.,  1682;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  3rd  S.,  v.  161.) 


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DuGARD,  William 

DUGARD,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidkey,  Sept.  13, 
1622.  S.  of  Henry  (1588).  B.  at  Bromsgrove.  School, 
Worcester  (Mr  Henry  Bright).  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630. 
Usher  at  Oundle.  Master  of  Stamford  School,  c.  1630. 
Master  of  Colchester,  1637-43.  Master  of  Merchant  Taylors', 
1644.  Removed  and  imprisoned  for  printing  some  loyal 
verses,  1649;  reinstated,  1650.  Dismissed,  1661.  Kept  a 
private  school  in  Coleman  Street.  Author,  classical.  Died 
Dec  3,  1662.  Father  of  Richard  (1649),  brother  of  Thomas 
(1626).  (Vis.  ofWarws.,  1682;  D.N.B.) 

DUGDAYLE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  24,  162&-7. 
Of  Lancashire.  Matric.  1627-  Ord.  deacon,  1629;  priest 
(Chester)  1630.  V.  of  St  Helen,  York,  1632-44 ;  of  St  Margaret, 
1660-9;  of  St  Dionisius,  1660-7. 

DUGDALE,  JOHN.  Incorp.  M.A.  1664,  from  Oxford.  S.  of  Sir 
William,  Garter  King  of  arms,  of  Shustoke,  Warws.  Created 
M.A.  (Oxford)  1661.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  25,  1664-5. 
Windsor  herald,  1676.  Norroy  King  of  arms,  1686.  Knighted, 
1686.  Died  Aug.  3, 1700.  (Al.Oxon.;D.N.B  iVis.o/Warus., 
1682;  Burke,  L.O.) 

DUGSON, .   Fee  for  B.A.  1468-9. 

DUISBURGH,  ANTHONY,  see  DISBEROWE. 

DUJON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sx  Catharine's,  June  29,  1723. 
Of  Doncaster,  Yorks.  S.  of  Patrick,  V.  of  Doncaster.  Matric 
1723;  B.A.  1726-7.  Ord.  priest  (York)  June  4,  1732 

DUKE,  ANDREW.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  17,  1650.  Of 
Wiltshire. 

DUKE  or  DUCKE,  ARTHUR.  M.A.  1610  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  Richard,  of  Heavitree,  Devon.  Matric.  from  Exeter 
College,  Oct.  24,  1595,  age  15;  B.A.  1599;  M.A.  from  Hart 
Hall,  1602;  B.C.L.  1607;  D.C.L.  1612.  Fellow  of  All  Souls, 
1604.  Admitted  advocate,  1614.  Chancellor  of  London 
diocese,  1627-37.  Advocate  and  promoter  of  causes  in  the 
Military  Court  of  the  Earl  Marshal  and  Constable  of  England, 
Oct.  30,  1631.  Master  in  Chancery,  1645-8.  M.P.  for  Mine- 
head,  1624, 1640.  DiedatChelsea,  Dec.  16, 1648.  {Al.Oxon.; 
D.N.B.;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 

DUKE  or  DUKES,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel, 
Michs.  1648;  B.A.  1652-3. 

DUKE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  May, 
1553.  Perhaps  s.  of  George,  of  Brampton,  Suffolk;  adm.  at 
Gray's  Inn,  1555.  Married  Dorothy,  dau.  of  Sir  Ambrose 
Jermyn.  Died  Apr.  2,  1598.  Buried  at  BenhaU,  Suffolk. 
WiU,  P.C.C.  (Peik,  i.  53;  Copinger,  Manors  of  Suffolk,  11.  28.) 

DUKE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1585. 
Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Irmer  Temple,  Nov.  1587;  of  Aylesford, 
Kent.   One  of  these  names,  of  Kent,  knighted  Aug.  20, 1607. 

DUKE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  13)  at  Caius,  May  7,  1606. 

S.  of  Edward,  gent.   B.  at  Worlingham,  Suffolk.   Bapt.  Apr. 

23,  1593.  School,  Hedenham,  Norfolk.  Matric.  1606.  Buried 

at  Ubbeston,  May  27,  1625.  Brother  of  John  (1606).  (Venn, 

I.  192.) 
DUKE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Sx  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1633.    Of  Suffolk.    B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640.    Perhaps  M.D. 

(Oxford)  Aug.  9,  1660;  if  so,  s.  of  George,  of  Wandsworth. 

Honorary  fellow  of  College  of  Physicians,   1664.    Married 

Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Robert  Tahnach,  of  Helmingham.  (Munk, 

I.  336;  Al.  Oxon.;  SuckliKg,  11.  186.) 

DUKE.  GEORGE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Sx  Catharine's,  1635. 
S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Edward,  Knt,,  of  Maidstone.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  Oct.  1635. 

DUKE,  GILBERT,   B.A.  1528-9.   Fellow  of  Queens',  1530-2. 

DUKE,  GILBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  May,  1553.  S.of 
George,  of  Brampton,  Suffolk.   Brother  of  Edward  (1553). 

DUKE,  HENRY.  M.A.  1631  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Maidstone.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford, 
Jan.  31,  1622-3,  age  19;  B.A.  1624;  M.A.  1627.  R.  of  Midley, 
Kent,  1629-69.   Died  1669.   (Al.  Oxon.) 

DUKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1568;  B.A. 
from  Corpus  Christi,  1569-70;  M.A.  1573. 

DUKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1581;  B.A. 
from  Emmanuel,  1584-5;  M.A.  1588;  M.D.  from  Clare,  1598. 
Fellow  of  Emmanuel,  1588  (one  of  the  original  scholars  in 
1584).  Practised  physic  at  Colchester.  Married  Anna,  dau. 
of  John  Snelling,  of  Boxford,  1596.  Died  May  16,  1629.  Will 
(P.C.C.)    (Suff.  Man.  Fam.,  1.  82.) 

DUKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  May  7, 1606.  S.  of 
Edward,  gent.  B.  at  Worlingham,  Suffolk.  School  Heden- 
ham, Norfolk  (Mr  Selby).  Matric.  1606.  Readm.  Fell.-Com. 
1608.  B.A.  1608-9  (ist  in  the  ordo).  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Feb.  8,  1609-10.  Of  Worlingham,  E^q.,  and  Lord 
of  the  Manor  of  Diss.  Died  1649.  M.I.  at  Worlingham. 
Brother  of  Edward  (1606).  (Venn,  i.  193;  Copinger,  Manort 
«/  Suffolk,  vii.  334.) 


DuMviLLE,  Robert 

DUKE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1619;  B.A. 
1622-3;  M.A.  1626.  R.  of  High  Roding,  Essex,  1628;  se- 
questered;  restored  1660;  died  before  Feb.  1663-4.  (Peile,z. 
329.) 
DUKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  May  15,  1649. 
Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Sir  Edward,  of  Benhall  and  Brampton, 
Suffolk  (afterwards  Bart.).  Bapt.  at  Benhall,  Jan.  3,  1632-3. 
Succeeded  as  Bart.,  1671.  M.P.  for  Orford,  Suffolk,  1678-80, 
1688,  1696  and  1698.  Married  Elizabeth,  dau.  of  Edward 
Duke  (1633).  Buried  at  Benhall,  July  24,  1705.  (Burke,  £rt. 
Bart.;  Davy,  Suff.  MSS.;  G.E.C.) 
DUKE  or  DUK,  RICHARD.    Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1362. 

Died  July  26,  1369. 
DUKE,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  28,  1645. 
S.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Otterton,  Devon.   Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Nov.  1645.  Perhaps  M.P.  for  Ashburton,  1679,  i695, 
1698,  1701. 
DUKE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June 
10,  1675.  Only  s.  of  Richard,  Esq.  B.  at  Maidstone,  Kent. 
Schools,  Sutton,  Kent  (Mr  Ben.  Nichols)  and  Westerham 
(Mr  Samuel  Hoadly).    Matric.   1675.    Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  June  14,  1676. 
DUKE,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  25,   1675. 
S.  of  Richard,  citizen  of  London.   B.  June  13,  1658    School, 
Westminster.    Scholar,   1676;   Matric.   1678;  B.A.   1678-9; 
M.A.  1682.    Fellow,  1688.    Preb.  of  Gloucester,  1688-1711. 
Chaplain  to  Queen  .\nne.    Chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of  Win- 
chester.   R.  of  Blaby,  Leics.,   1688-1708.    R.  of  Witney, 
Oxon.,  1710.    Author,  poems  and  sermons.    Died  Feb.  10, 
1710-1;    in    St    Andrew's,    Holbom.     Will    (P.C.C.)    1711. 
(D.N.B.;  N.  and  Q.,  3rd  S.,  xii.  21.) 
DUKE,  ROBERT.    B.A.  1557-8. 

DUKE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1585. 
One  of  these  names,  of  Kelshall,  Suffolk,  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Nov.  21,  1588. 
DUKE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Apr  21, 
1663.  S.  of  Sir  Edward,  Knt.  and  Bart.  B.  at  Benhall, 
Suffolk.  Matric.  1663. 
DUKE,  THOMAS.    B.Can.L.  1520-1. 

DUKE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  May,  1559. 

DUKE,  TOLLEMACHE.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Pembroke, 

July  3,  1707.    S.  of  Tollemache,  of  Bentley,  Suffolk,  Esq. 

Died  Apr.  26, 1713.  M.I.  at  Bentley.  (LeNeve,  A/on.,  v.  264.) 

DUKE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Queens',  Michs.  1595. 

Of  Kent.   Matric.  as  'Tuke.'   Perhaps  of  Cossington,  Kent, 

gent.;  adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  July  3,  1598. 

DUKE,  WILLIAM.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  as  'M.A.  of  Cambridge,' 

July  II,  161 1.   No  such  degree  found. 
DUKE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  15, 
1750.    S.  of  William,  lawyer,  of  America.    School,  Shrews- 
bury.  Matric.  1750-1;  LL.B.  1758.   Ord.  priest  (Rochester, 
for  London)  May  21,  1758. 

DUKE, .  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1620. 

DUKYS, .   B.A.  1504-5. 

DUKESON,  RICHARD.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1616-7;  M.A.  1620; 
B.D.  1627;  D.D.  1637.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1645.  B.  in 
Lancaster.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Dec.  20,  1618,  age  25. 
R.  of  Fiskerton,  Lines.,  1630.  R.  of  St  Clement  Danes, 
London,  1634-47;  sequestered;  restored,  1660.  R.  of  Led- 
bury, Heref.,  1660-4  Chaplain  to  the  King.  Obtained  a 
Grant  of  Arms,  1666.  Died  Sept.  17,  1678.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
DUKINFIELD,  Sir  WILLIAM,  Bart  Adm.  nobleman  (agp  18) 
at  Trinity,  Dec.  1,  1743.  Of  Over  Tabley,  Cheshire.  S.  of 
Sir  Charles,  Bart.  School,  Newport,  Shrops.  (Mr  Lea). 
Matric.  1743.  Succeeded  as  3rd  Bart.,  Feb.  23,  1741-2. 
Took  the  additional  name  Daniell,  in  1746.  Sheriff  of 
Cheshire,  1750.  Died  Jan.  12,  1758.  (G.E.C.) 
DUKINSON,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1626. 
DULANY,  DANIEL.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Jan.  22,  1738-9. 
S.  and  h.  of  Daniel,  Esq.,  of  Maryland,  America.  B.  at  Anna- 
polis, Maryland.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Mar.  16, 1741-2. 
DULMOHEY,  THOMAS.   M.A.  1641-2  (on  King's  visit). 
DUMARESQUE,  ELIAS  (CiESAR).    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi, 
1708.   Of  Jersey.   Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3.   Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Dec  21,  1712. 
DU  MOULIN,  see  MOLINEUS. 
DUMVELL,  see  also  DOMVILE. 
DUMVELL,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1601 ;  B.A. 

from  St  Catharine's,  1607-8,  as  Dumvile.  See  the  next. 
DUMVILLE,  ROBERT.    B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1611-2; 
M.A.  1617.    Ord.  deacon  (York)  Sept.  1610,  as  o£  Trinity; 
priest,  Feb.  1612-3,  of  St  Catharine's.  V.  of  Leyton,  Essex. 
Buried  there  Jime  18,  1638. 


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DuNBABiN,  Nathan 

DUNBABIN,  NATHAN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Christ's,  May  9, 
1645.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Warrington,  Lanes.  School,  Warring- 
ton (Mr  Ashworth).  Matric.  1645;  B.A.  1647-8,  as  'Don- 
boom';  M.A.  at  Oxford,  1651.  Student  of  Christ  Church  by 
Visitors'  mandate,  1649.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Feb.  21, 
1654-5-   (Peile,  1.  495) 

DUNBAR,  WILLIAM.  Incorp.  M.A.  1684,  from  St  Andrews. 
Probably  matric.  from  Balliol  College,  Oxford,  Jime  4,  1674, 
age  16.  S.  of  Alexander,  of  Whittington,  Gloucs.,  clerk. 
Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln)  Dec.  23,  1660.  R.  of  Little 
Burstead,  Essex,  1682.  R.  of  Ramsden  Crays,  1684-1723. 
{Al.  Oxon.) 

DUNCALFE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  21, 
1633-4.  S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Pattrington-in-Holdemess.  B. 
there.  School,  Pocldington  (Mr  Siggeswick).   Matric.  1634. 

DUNCALF,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  Peterhouse, 

Mar.   19,   1719-20.    Of  Cheshire.    School,  Congleton.    Ord. 

deacon  (Peterb.,  Litt.  dim.  from  Chester)  Mar.  13,  1719-20. 

(T.  A    Walker,  244.) 

DUNCALFE, .  Of  Newmarket  Hostel.  Fee  for  B.A.  1456-7- 

DUNCAN,  see  DUNOON. 

DUNCH,  FRANCIS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1627. 

Of  Cambridgeshire.  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634,  as  Dench.  Ord. 

priest  (Peterb.)  May  20,  1638. 

DUNCH,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Lent,  1584-5-  Of 
Lancashire.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1587-8,  as  Duntch;  M.A. 
from  Queens',  1593;  B.D.  1606.  V.  of  Lakenheath,  Suffolk, 
1592-8.  V.  of  Dullingham,  Cambs.,  1598-1639.  Buried  there 
Dec.  16,  1639. 

DUNCH  or  DUNCK,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Christ's, 
Oct.  1644.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Hastings,  Sussex.  School, 
Whatlington,  near  Battle  (Mr  Sarse).  One  of  these  names 
M.P.  for  Berks.,  1654  and  1658. 

DUNCH,  ROBERT.    LL.B.    FeUow  of  Trinity  Hall.    Ord. 

deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  12,  1406-7;  priest.  Mar.  26,  1407. 

DUNCH,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1703.  Of 
Cambridgeshire.  Matric.  1703;  B.A.  1706-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Sept.  19,  1708;  priest  (Norwich)  Oct.  28,  1709.  R.  of 
Antingham,  Norfolk,  1710-18.   R.  of  Bergh  Apton,  1717-9. 

DUNCH  or  DUNECHE,  WALTER.  LL.B.  1633  (Incorp.  from 
Oxford).  S.  of  Edmund,  of  Berkshire.  Matric.  (Exeter 
College)  May  14,  1602  (age  18);  B.C.L.  (Gloucester  Hall)  1631. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  29,  1605,  as  of  Little  Wittenham, 
Berks.  Sheriff  of  Oxfordshire,  1625.  Died  Jan.  6,  1644-5. 
Buried  at  Newington,  Oxon.  M.I.  (Al.Oxon.;Lt'iit\e,Mon., 

I.  216;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  3rd  S.,  11.  45.) 

DUNCON,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Michs. 
1624.  S.  of  Eleazer  (1571).  LL.B.  1630.  Fellow  1628-31. 
Ord.  priest  (St  David's)  1630.  V.  of  Wood  Dalling  and  R. 
of  Swannington,  Norfolk,  i630-(?)  63.  R.  of  Friem  Bamet, 
Middlesex,  1663-73.  Friend  of  Nicholas  Ferrar  and  George 
Herbert.  Died  Oct.  4,  1673,  aged  72.  M.I.  at  Friem  Barnet. 
Father  of  John  (1666),  brother  of  Eleazar  (1613)  and  John 
(1620).    {D.N.B.) 

DUNCOMBE,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1580.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  William,  of  Battlesden,  Beds., 
adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  27,  1583-4.  Perhaps  M.P.  for 
Tavistock,  1604  and  1614.  Knighted,  July  23, 1603  (Dunton). 
f,Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634.) 

DUNCON,  EDWARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  May 

II,  1 661.  S.  of  Edward.  B.  at  Sproughton,  SuSolk.  B.A. 
1664-5;  M.A.  1668.  FeUow,  1667.  Taxor,  1679.  Ord.  priest 
(Ely)  June,  1669.   R.  of  Waresley,  Hunts.,  1679.  Died  1680. 

DUNCON,  ELEAZER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1571.  Of  Suffolk.  B.A.  1574-5;  M.A.  1578,  as  Dunckon; 
M.D.  from  Queens',  1590.  Of  Ipswich,  in  1614;  and  Gipping, 
1620.  Father  of  Edmund  (1624),  Eleazar  (next)  and  John 
(1620). 

DUNKON,  ELEAZAR.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Feb.  24, 
1615-4.  S.  of  Eleazar,  M.D.  (above).  School,  St  Paul's, 
London.  Matric.  1614;  Scholar,  1614-9;  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A. 
from  Pembroke,  1621;  B.D.  1628;  D.D.  1633.  Fellow  and 
tutor  of  Pembroke,  1619.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  13, 
1624-5;  priest  (Durham)  Sept.  24, 1625.  University  preacher, 
1627.  Preb.  of  Durham,  1628;  of  Winchester,  1629.  R.  of 
Wyke  Regis,  Dorset,  1631.  R.  of  Haughton-le-Skem, 
Durham,  1633.  V.  of  Powick,  Worcs.,  in  1635;  of  Alne, 
Yorks.,  1640-50.  Preb.  of  York,  1640.  Chaplain  to  the 
Levant  Company,  at  Leghorn,  1650.  Probably  died  there 
soon  after.   [Venn,  i.  224;  D.N.B.) 

DUNCOMBE,  FRANCIS.  M.A.  1621  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Buckinghamshire.  Matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Dec.  4,  16x2, 
age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1616;  M.A.  1620.  R.  of  Souldrop, 
Beds.,  1626-30.  Buried  there  Oct.  24,  1630.  {Al.  Oxon.; 
W.  M.  Noble.) 


DuNCOMBE,  William 

DUNCOMBE,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1632.  Perhaps  s.  of  the  above.  B.A.  1636;  M.A.  1640. 
Fellow  of  King's,  till  1648.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Feb.  22; 
priest,  Feb.  23,  1661-2.   V.  of  Ivinghoe,  Bucks.,  1663-82. 

DUNCOMBE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1589. 

DUNCOMBE,  JOHN.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1611.  2nd  s.  of  Sir  Edward  (1580),  of  Battlesden,  Beds., 
Knt.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov  2,  1613.  Of  Battlesden. 
Knighted,  1646.  Brother  of  William  (1609).  (Vis.  of  Beds., 
1634.) 

DUNCON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens  (age  17)  from  Pembroke,  Michs. 
1620.  S.  of  Eleazar  (1571),  of  Gipping,  Suffolk.  B.A.  1623-4; 
M.A.  1627;  B.D.  1634.  Fellow,  1625.  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1628.  V.  of  Barton,  Cambs.,  1636-7.  R.  of  Stutton  and 
Stoke  St  Mary,  Suffolk,  1637;  of  Bexwell,  Norfolk,  1641;  and 
of  Rettenden,  Essex,  1642.   (D.N.B.) 

DUNCOMBE,  JOHN.  Matric  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  163a; 
Scholar,  1634;  B.A.  1635-6;  M.A.  1639.  FeUow,  1637.  Taxor, 
1647.   Probably  ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  June  5,  1642. 

DUNCOMBE,  JOHN.  M.A.  1633  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
John,  of  Claydon,  Bucks.  Matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Dec.  6, 
1622,  age  13;  B.A.  1626.  Fellow  of  Oriel,  1628-46  and  1660-^. 
R.  of  BeUeau,  Lines.,  1638.  Preb.  of  WeUs,  1661-8.  Died 
Jan.  18,  1669.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Bucks.,  1634.) 

DUNCOMBE,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
Jan.  18,  1637-8.  S.  of  William.  Bapt.  at  Battlesden,  Beds., 
July  20,  1622.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1637.  Knighted,  1646. 
M.P.  for  Bury  St  Edmunds,  1660  and  1661.  Buried  at 
Battlesden,  Mar.  6, 1686-7.  (■P**'*.  1-452;  Vis.  of  Beds. ,1634-) 

DUNCON,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  22,  1666.  S.  of 
Edmund  (1624),  R.  of  Friem  Bamet,  Middlesex.  B.  in 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1667;  Scholar,  1669;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A. 
1673.    Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June,  1672;  priest  (London)  Dec. 

1672.  R.  of  Friem  Bamet,  Middlesex,  1673.   Died  Oct.  4, 

1673,  at  Cambridge.   Admon.  (P.C.C.)  1674. 
DUNCOMBE,  JOHN.   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  July  1,  1745- 

S.  of  William,  Esq.,  of  St  Anne's,  Soho.  Matric.  1745;  B  A. 
1748-9;  M.A.  1752.  FeUow,  1751-8.  Ord.  in  Kew  Chapel, 
1753,  by  Bishop  of  Peterborough.  C.  of  Sundridge,  Kent, 
1753-  V.  of  West  Thurrock,  Essex.  Preacher  at  St  Anne's, 
Soho.  R.  of  St  Andrew  and  St  Mary  Bredman,  Canterbury, 
1757-86.  Six  preacher,  1766.  V.  of  Heme,  Kent,  1773. 
Chaplain  to  the  Archbishop.  Master  of  Harbledown  and  St 
John's  Hospital.  Friend  of  William  Cowper.  Author.  Died 
at  Canterbury,  Jan.  19,  1786,  aged  56.  Buried  in  St  Mary 
Bredman.    (D.N.B.;  Masters;  Stokes,  Cowper  Memorials.) 

DUNCAN  or  DUNKYN,  PETER.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens', 

Michs.  1570.   Migrated  to  Oxford.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1574;  M.A. 

1576.    Incorp.  at  Cambridge,  1578.    R.  of  Lidford,  Devon, 

1580.  V.  of  Crediton,  1584.  R.  of  Kenn,  1595.  Will  (Exeter) 

1605.    (Al.  Oxon.) 
DUNCAM,  PETER.    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  Feb.  27, 

1601-2.    S.  of  Peter,  gent.,  of  Devon.    School,  Crediton, 

Devon  (Mr  Wilton).   B..\.  1602-3;  Scholar,  1602-4. 
DUNCOMB,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Feb.  27,  1649-50. 

Of  Surrey.   S.  of  John,  of  Weston,  Albury,  Surrey.    Matric. 

1650.  Sheriff  of  Surrey,  1662.  Died  Nov.  12,  1678.   (Vis.  of 

Surrey,  1662.) 
DUNCOMB,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  "at  Sidney,  Mar. 

1685-6.    S.  of  Giles,  lawyer  (of  the  Inner  Temple).    B.  at 

Newton  Green,  Suffolk.  School,  Holbom,  London  (Mr  Smith). 

Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1681. 
DUNCOMB,  STINT.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  23,  1674- 

Of  Surrey.  S.  of  John,  of  Shelford,  Surrey,  and  Jane,  dau.  of 

John  Stynt,  of  London.    Buried  July  29,   1690.    (Vis.  of 

Surrey,  1662;  Burke,  Ext.  Bart.) 
DUNCOMBE,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  c. 

1601.   Of  Bedford.   B.A.  1604-5;  M.A.  1608.   FeUow,  1607- 

18.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1614. 
DUNCOMBE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Clare,  June  6, 

1637.   S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Broughton,  Beds.  (?  Bucks.). 

B.  1618.    Matric.  1637.    Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  1638. 

Died  1672. 
DUNCOMBE,    WILLIAM.     Matric.    FeU.-Com.    from    King's, 

Michs.  1609.   S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Edward,  of  Battlesden,  Beds., 

Knt.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  2,  1611.   Brother  of  John 

(161 1).   (Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634.) 
DUNCON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30, 

1634.    S.  of  John,  husbandman,  of  Cockfield,  Suffolk.    B. 

there.  School,  Bury.   Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  25,  1642;  C.  of  Cockfield. 
DUNCOMBE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1646.    B.  in  London.    B.A.  1651-2;  M.A.  1655.    Fellow,  tiU 

1662;  ejected.    Afterwards  conformed,  and  was  master  of  a 

school  in  Devon.    Admon.  of  one  of  these  names  (Exeter) 

1717;  of  Broad  Clist,  Devon. 


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DuNCOMBE,  William 

DUNCOMB,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  July  3,  1697. 

Matric.  1697;  B-A.  1697-8. 
DUNE,  see  DUNN. 

DUNGARVAN,  Viscount,  see  BOYLE,  RICHARD. 
DUNGWORTH,  see  DONGWORTH. 
DUNHAM,  JOHN.  Scholar  and  feUow  at  King's  Hall,  1449-52 ; 

LL.B.    1464-5.     Ord.  acolyte  (Ely)  Apr.  17,  1473.     V.  of 

Fulboum  All  Saints',  Cambs.,  1476-8.   R.  of  East  Wretham, 

Norfolk,  tiU  1482. 
DUNKERON,  Viscount  JAMES.    Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Trinity, 

Nov    13    1729.   S.  of  Henry  Petty,  Earl  of  Shelburne.   B.  c. 

1708.    Died  v.p.  Sept.  17,  i750.   Buried  at  High  Wycombe. 

(G.E.C.) 
DUNKYN,  JAMES.   Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  9, 

1637.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Canterbury.   B.  there.  School, 

Uppingham  (Mr  Johnson).   Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1641-2. 
DUNKIN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  i6i6; 

B.A.  from  Clare,  1619-20;  M.A.  1623.    Incorp.  at  Oxford, 

1628.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  17,  1620;  priest,  June  8, 

1623.  V.  of  St  Laurence,  Isle  of  Thanet,  1629-44.   Preb.  of 

Canterbury,  1639-44.   Died  1644. 
DUNLEE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  28,  1617. 
DUNLOP,  ALEXANDER.    Incorp.  M.A.  1698,  from  Aberdeen. 

R.  of  Nunnington,  Yorks.,  1699-1722.  Buried  June  24,  1722. 
DUNLOP,  LEWIS.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  21, 

1719-20.    Of  Nunnington,  Yorks.    (?  S.  of  above.)    Matric. 

1720;  B.A.  1722-3.    Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  22,  1723; 

priest,  Mar.  17,  1727-8.  C.  of  Odell,  Beds.,  1726;  also  signs 

as  minister  at  Turvey. 
DUNMOLE,  JAMES.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1623. 
DUNMOLL,  ROBERT.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  18,  1638. 

Matric.  1639;  Scholar,  1641;  B.A.  1641-2;  M.A.  from  Peter- 
house,  1645.   Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  Mar.  29  to  May  30,  1645. 

Fellow  of  Trinity,  1645.   (7".  A.  Walker.) 
DONMOWE,  JOHN.     Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1395.   Bachelor 

in  1409.    Died  Mar.  6,  1411-2.   Left  £20  to  found  a  'chest.' 

DUNMOW,  RICHARD.  Fellow  of  Pembroke,  c.  1376.  Ord.  sub- 
deacon  (Ely)  May,  1383;  deacon,  Mar.  26;  priest,  Sept.  1384. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1414;  'of  Cheveley,  Cambs.,  clerk.' 
DUNMOW,  WILLIAM.    Resident  student  at  Trinity  Hall, 
Aug.  1564. 

DUNMOW, .  B.Can.L.  1476-7. 

DUNN,  see  also  DONNE. 

DUN  or  DONNE,  DANIEL.  LL.D.  1604  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
S.  of  Robert.  B.C.L.  1572;  D.C.L.  1580.  Fellow  of  All  Souls. 
Principal  of  New  Inn  Hall,  1580.  Admitted  advocate,  1582. 
Dean  of  the  Arches,  1598-1615.  .\dm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  9, 
1599.  Knighted,  July  23,  1603.  M.P.  for  Taunton,  1601; 
for  Oxford  University,  1604,  1614.  Judge  of  the  Admiralty 
Court,  1608.  Died  Sept.  15,  1617.  {D.N.B.;  Al.  Oxon.; 
Essex  Pedigrees.) 
DUNN,  FIELDAN  or  FIELD.  M.A.  from  Jesus,  1701.  S.  of 
Field,  of  Weston,  Yorks.  Matric.  from  University  College, 
Oxford,  Mar.  5,  1693-4,  age  i8;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1697.  V.  of 
St  Mary's,  Hull,  1702-13.  Preb.  of  York,  1720-38.  Died 
1738.  Father  of  the  next.  (Al.  Oxon.) 
DUN,  FIELD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  25,  1719.  S.  of  Field 
(above).  B.  in  Hull.  'B.  at  Leeds,  Yorks.'  School,  HuU. 
Matric.  1719.  Migrated  as  sizar  to  St  John's,  Oct.  30,  1720, 
age  18.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  May  24,  1730;  priest,  June  4, 
1732.  V.  of  Horkstow,  Lines.,  1735-59.  R-  °f  South  Ferriby, 
1744-59.  (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  336.) 
DUNN,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  May  9,  1684. 
B.  at  Richmond,  Yorks.  School,  Northallerton  (Mr  Smelt). 
Matric.  1684;  B..\.  1687-8.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Mar.  12, 
1692-3.  (Peile,  II.  96.) 
DUNNE,  HUMPHREY.    B.A.  1489-90. 

DUN  or  DUNN,  JERMAN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  June 
14,1670.   Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1677.  Adm.  at  the 
Inner  Temple,  1673;  of  'Hogesden,'  Middlesex.   Ord.  priest 
(London)   Dec.   19,   1680.    R.  of  Orlestone,   Kent,   1685-6. 
Died  1686. 
DUNNE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1568.   One 
of  these  names,  of  All  Saints'  parish,  Cambridge  (age  30), 
apphed  for  ordination  as  deacon  at  Ely,  Dec.  20,  1574; 
rejected.  He  was  C.  of  West  Wratting. 
DUNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1570. 
DUNNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1579.  B.  at 
Atherstone,  Warws.    B.A.  1582-3.    Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Apr.  15,  1584,  age  24;  priest,  Apr.  16,  1585.   V.  of  King's 
Langley,  Herts.,  1587. 


Dunning,  Richard 

DUNNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  May  26,  1627. 
S.  of  William,  farmer.  B.  at  Ainderby  Steeple,  Yorks. 
Schools,  Ainderby  Steeple  and  Bedale  (Mr  Smelt).  Matric. 
1627;  B.A.  1630-1. 

DUNNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Sept.  22,  1639. 
S.  of  George,  farmer.  B.  at  Ainderby  Steeple,  Yorks.  Schools, 
Floteham  (Mr  Thomas  Smelt)  and  Durham  (Mr  Richard 
Smelt).  Matric.  1639;  B.A.  1643-4.  Perhaps  V.  of  Pickhill, 
Yorks.,  1660.  Buried  Dec.  29,  1697.  One  of  these  names  V.  of 
Sherburn,  Yorks.,  1662-70.   (McCall,  Richmondshire  Churches.) 

DUNNE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  May  14,  1650. 
S.  of  Ralph,  yeoman.  B.  at  Tuddoe,  Durham.  Migrated  to 
Caius,  Nov.  1650.  Matric.  1650;  Scholar,  1650-3;  B.A. 
1652-3.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  North  Lydbury,  Salop, 
1686-99.    Buried  Jan.  28,  1699. 

DUNN,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Christ's,  June  4,  1706. 
(Probably  a  mistake  for  Joshua,  whom  see.) 

DUNN,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  i,  1714. 
S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Middridge,  near  Bishop  Auckland, 
Durham.   School,  Sedbergh.   Matric.  1714. 

DUNN,  JOSHUA.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Christ's,  1709.  S.  of 
Joshua,  of  Halifax,  Yorks.  B.  at  Stannery,  Halifax,  Sept. 
28,  1684.  Probably  first  adm.  in  1706,  as  'John.'  Brought 
his  friend  Nicholas  Sanderson,  the  blind  mathematician,  with 
him  to  Cambridge.  Died  Sept.  13,  170c;.  Buried  in  Hahfax 
Church.    M.l.    (Peile,  11.  164;  F.M.G.,  250.) 

DUNNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1565. 

DUNNE,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1571; 
B.A.  1575-6;  M.A.  1579. 

DUNN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  June  23,  1625.  S. 
of  Richard,  of  Cheshire.  School,  Halton  (Mr  Piggot).  B.A. 
1628-9;  M.A.  1632.  One  of  these  names,  minister  of  Orms- 
kirk.  Lanes.,  in  1643;  transferred  to  Bromborough,  Cheshire, 
1657.    (Peile,  I.  370;  Vict.  Hist,  of  Lanes.,  iv.  244.) 

DUNN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Lent,  1683-4. 
Of  Durham.  One  of  these  names,  but  M.A.,  R.  of  Red- 
inarshall,  Durham,  1694-1737.  Buried  there  Feb.  11,  1736-7. 

DUNN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  5, 
1705.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Coatham,  Durham.  B.  there. 
School,  Durham  (Mr  Ross).  Migrated  to  Peterhouse,  Oct.  13, 
1705.  Scholar,  1705;  Matric.  1706;  B.A.  1708-9;  M.A.  1715- 
Ord.  priest  (Durham)  Sept.  23, 1711.  V.  of  Bywell  St  Andrew, 
Durham,  1711.  V.  of  Dalton-le-Dale,  1740.  R.  of  Easington, 
1740-61.  Buried  there  Feb.  16,  1761.  (D.  S.  Boutflower; 
T.  A.  Walker,  214;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

DUNN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i8)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  16, 
1743.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Fishbum,  Durham.  School,  Kepier, 
Durham  (Mr  Grif&ths).  Matric.  1743;  Scholar,  1746;  B.A. 
1746-7;  M.A.  1754.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  1746-7;  priest 
(Durham)  Nov.  i,  1747.  Probably  C.  of  Easington,  Durham, 
1746-61. 

DUNNAGE,  THOMAS.   B.A.  1522-3. 

DUNNAN,  EDMUND.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  i6or. 

DUNNING,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  28, 
1666.  S.  of  Shadrach.  B.  at  Northallerton,  Yorks.  School, 
Sigglesthorne,  near  Hornsea  (Mr  Smelt).  Matric.  1667;  B.A. 
1669-70.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June,  1671;  priest,  June,  1672. 
C.  of  Givendale,  Pocklington,  1674.  V.  of  Givendale  w. 
Millington,  1684-95.    (Peile,  11.  3.) 

DUNNING,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1575- 

DUNNING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  12,  1659.  Of 
Dorset. 

DUNNING,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  June  13, 
1683.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Netherbury,  Dorset.  School, 
Frampton  (Mr  Slade).  Matric.  1683;  M.B.  1688. 

DUNNING,  LANCELOT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1555.  S.  of  Christopher,  of  Yorkshire.  Scholar,  1560,  as 
Donnynge;  B.A.  1560-1;  M.A.  1564.  Fellow,  1562-5. 
Migrated  as  Fell.-Com.  to  Caius,  Sept.  14,  1568,  age  26.  Ord. 
priest  (Norwich)  Nov.  8,  1570.  R.  of  Grundisburgh,  Suffolk, 
1566-1617.   Buried  Nov.  30,  1617.   (Venn,  i.  63.) 

DUNNING,  LANCELOT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  June  4, 
1623.  S.  of  Francis,  grazier.  B.  at  Thirsk,  Yorks.  Schools, 
Kilvington  and  Coxwold.   B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630. 

DUNNING,  MICHAEL.  B.Civ.L.  1540-1;  D.Civ.L.  1555.  R.  of 
Knapwell,  Cambs.,  1546.  R.  of  Gissing,  Norfolk,  1549-54- 
Vicar-general  of  Norwich,  1554.  R.  of  Bluntisham,  Cambs., 
1554-8.  Principal  of  St  Nicholas'  Hostel,  Cambridge,  1556. 
Preb.  of  Lincohi,  1557-8.  R.  of  North  Tuddenham,  Norfolk, 
1557.  Archdeacon  of  Bedford,  1558;  deprived  same  year. 
Wm  (P.C.C.)  1558;  'of  Lincohi  Cathedral,  and  KnapweU, 
Cambs.'    (Cooper,  1.  203.) 

DUNNING,  RICHARD.  B.Can.L.  1554-5-  R-  oi  Lyng,  Norfolk, 
1555-7- 


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Dunning,  Robert 

DUNNING,  ROBERT.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1564;  B.A.  1568-9;  M.A.  1572.  Fellow,  till  1577.  Expelled 
for  slandering  the  Provost.  '  Very  skilfull  in  mathematics.' 
(Cooper,  I.  363;  Harwood.) 

DUNNING,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1522-3;  B.Can.L.  1531-2.  R.  of 
North  Tuddenham,  Norfolk,  1538-57.  R.  of  Sculthorpe, 
1538-55- 

DUNSCOMBE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1629-30;  B.A.  1633-4;  M.A.  1637.  Fellow,  till  1644.  V.  of 
Waves  Wotton,  Warws.,  till  1652.  Died  there  Sept.  12,  1652. 
M.I.    (Harwood.) 

DUNCSCOMB,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1587  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
Adm.  at  Christ  Chm-ch,  1577;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1580-1;  M.A. 
1583-4.  R.  of  St  Thomas  Apostle,  London,  1587-9.  R.  of 
Kingsnorth,  Kent,  1591.  R.  of  Willesborough,  1592.  (Al. 
Oxon.) 

DUNSFORD,  ROBERT.  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1398. 
'Bachelor,'  1409.   Died  May  20,  1416. 

DUNSTALL,  GAMALIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Jime  20, 
1651.  Of  Derbyshire.  From  Oriel  College,  Oxford,  where  he 
entered  as  servitor,  Apr.  1649.   B.A.  (Cambridge)  1653. 

DUNSTALL,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1686.  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Hurst,  Sussex.  Matric.  from  Oriel  College, 
Oxford,  Feb.  15,  1677-8,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1681.  R.  of. 
Newtimber,  Sussex,  1686-1733.  R.  of  South  Stoke,  1706. 
(Al.  Oxon.) 

DUNSTALL, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1544. 

DUNSTAN  (alias  KITCHIN),  ANTHONY.  Said  to  have  studied 
at  Cambridge,  as  well  as  at  Gloucester  Hall,  Oxford.  Perhaps 
pens,  at  Gonville  Hall,  1525-7.  A  monk  from  Westminster 
Abbey.  B.D.  (Oxford)  1525;  D.D.  1538.  Abbot  of  Eynsham, 
Oxon.,  1532-9.  Bishop  of  Llandag,  1545-63.  Died  Oct.  31, 
1563.  Buried  in  Matheme  Church,  Monmouth.  (Cooper,  i. 
238;  D.N.B.;  E.  H.  Pearce.) 

DUNSTAN,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  'age  17)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  i, 
1679-80.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  in  London.  School,  St  Paxil's. 
Matric.  1680;  B.A.  1683-4.  Probably  Master  of  St  Olave's 
School,  Southwark,  and  father  of  the  next. 

DUNSTAN,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  July  3, 
1707.  S.  of  Joseph,  clerk,  headmaster  of  St  Olave's  School, 
Southwark.  Matric.  1709.  Lecturer  at  St  Ann's,  Blackfriars. 

DUNSTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
Jan.  18,  1664-5.  Of  Suffolk.  School,  Cambridge.  Matric. 
1664-5.  Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Bramfield,  Suffolk,  who 
entered  at  Gray's  Inn,  in  1647.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 


DUNSTONE, 


B.A.  1510-1; M.A.  1514. 


DUNSTER,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Apr.  3,  1736. 
B.  in  London.  Matric.  1736;  B.A.  1739-40;  M.A.  1743. 
Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1748-50.  R.  of  Oddingley,  Worcs.,  1776- 
81.    V.  of  Naunton,  1776. 

DUNSTOR,  HENRY,  Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 
1627,  as  'John.'  S.  of  Henry,  of  Bolholt,  Bury,  Lanes. 
Bapt.  there,  Nov.  26,  1609.  B.A.  1630-1;  M.A.  1634.  For 
some  years  taught  school  at  Bury,  Lanes.  C.  of  Bury,  1634. 
Went  to  America,  1640.  First  president  of  Harvard  College, 
1640-54,  when  he  was  removed  for  his  views  on  baptism. 
Went  to  Scituate  in  Plymouth  Colony  where  he  preached 
tiU  his  death,  Feb.  27,  1658-9.   (D.N.B.;  J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

DUNSTER,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  July  2,  1636. 
Of  Lancashire.  Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A.  1643. 
R.  of  Northenden,  Cheshire,  1644-61.  Died  Mar.  17,  1661. 
M.I.  at  Northenden.  (Earwaker,  E.  Cheshire,  i.  294.) 

DUNSTAR,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  26, 
1693.  S.  of  James.  B.  at  Westminster.  School,  Westminster. 
Matric.  1693;  Scholar,  1694;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700;  D.D. 
1713.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Nov.  2,  1698;  priest,  June  11, 
1700.  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  Shrewsbury,  and  to  the  Duke 
of  Marlborough.  R.  of  Chinnor,  Oxon.,  1716.  V.  of  Padding- 
ton.  Preb.  of  Salisbury,  1717.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1720.  V.  of 
Rochdale,  Lanes.,  1722-54.  Author, /4»gZia  Rediviva.  Trans- 
lation of  Horace,  poems,  etc.  Buried  at  Rochdale,  July  22, 
1754.   (D.N.B.;  Al.  Westmon.;  Robinson,  i.  320.) 

DUNTHORN  or  DOUTHAM,  WILLIAM.   B.A.  (?  145 1-2) .  M.A. 

1454-5.   Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1455-69.   Proctor,  1457-8. 

Town  clerk  of  the  city  of  London,  Oct.  2,  1461-89.   Author 

of  the  Liber  Dunthorn  (a  vellum  folio  of  charters  and  records 

of  the  city  of  London).  Died  in  St  Alban's,  Wood  St,  London. 

Will  (P.C.C.)  1490.    (D.N.B.) 
DUNTON,  ANDREW.   Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  June,  1565. 

Applied  for  ordination  as  deacon  (Ely)  Dec.  18,  1568,  age  25 

(rejected). 
DUNTON,  JOHN.  B.A.  1514-5;  M.A.  1517.  Perhaps  scholar  at 

King's  Hall,  1515-6. 


DupoRT,  Richard 

DUNTON,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1569. 
DUNTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Lent,  1634-5. 

DUNTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  July  5,  1645.  Of 
Buckinghamshire.  Scholar,  1647;  B.A.  1648-9.  R.  of 
Grafham,  Hunts.,  in  1650.  Went  to  Ireland,  1660,  where  he 
was  chapljiin  to  Sir  Henry  Ingoldsby.  R.  of  Aston  Clinton, 
Bucks.,  1668-76.  Married  Lydia,  dau.  of  Daniel  Carter,  of 
Chesham,  Bucks.  Died  Nov.  1676,  aged  48.  For  his  s.  John, 
the  bookseller,  see  D.N.B. 

DUNWELL  or  DUMVELL,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from 
Pembroke,  Lent,  1563-4.  Resident,  Aug.  1564. 

DUNWELL,  RICHARD.  'B.A.  of  Emmanuel'  when  ord.  priest 
(York)  May,  1624.   V.  of  Strensall,  Vorks.,  1644. 

DUNWELL,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  July  11, 
1723.  Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1724. 

DUPAISY,  DANIEL  WALTER,  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Peter- 
house, June  29,  1694.  'Natus  Genabi  in  Gallic'  (?  Genappe, 
in  Brabant).  S.  and  h.  of  James,  of  Winton,  Hants.,  clerk. 
School,  Winchester.  Scholar,  1694;  Matric  1696;  B.A.  1697- 
8;  M.A.  1701.  Fellow,  1702.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June  5; 
priest,  Sept.  23, 1705.  V.  of  Cherryhinton,  Cambs.,  1705-12. 
V.  of  Cuckfield,  Sussex,  1713-61.  Died  1761.  (T.  A.  Walker, 
195) 

DUPAISY,  JAMES  WALTER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peter- 
house, June  21,  1692;  afterwards  pens.  B.  at  'Genabi  in 
Gallia'  (?  Genappe,  in  Brabant).  School,  Winchester. 
Scholar,  1692;  Matric.  1694.  Brother  of  the  above. 

DUPAQUEER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  17,  1714.  S.  of  Abraham,  husbandman.  B.  at  Stam- 
ford, Lines.  School,  Stamford  (Mr  Turner).  Matric.  1715. 

DUPERIER,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1650; 
B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654. 

DUPLAK,  WILLIAM,  B.A.  1512-3;  M.A.  1516.  FeUow  of 
Corpus    Christi,    1515.      Proctor,  1526-7.       University 

preacher. 

DUPONT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  i,  1725. 

S.  of  Caesar,  gent.,  of  Middleham,  Yorks.    School,  Kirk- 

leatham,  Yorks.  (Mr  Clark).   Matric.  1724-5;  Scholar,  1726; 

B.A.  1728-9.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  1725.  Ord. 

deacon  (Ely)  May  24,  1730;  priest,  Sept.  24,  1732.    V.  of 

Aysgarth,   Yorks.,   1733-68.     Died   Dec.    22,    1768,   aged 

65- 
DUPORT,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1564. 

Probably  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Groby,  Leicester.   Adm.  at  the 

Inner  Temple,  Nov.   1564.    Seated  at  Sheepshead,  Leics. 

Employed  as  counsel  in  Jesus  College  business.   Brother  of 

John  (1564).   (A.  Gray;  Nichols,  iii.  1023.) 

DUPORT,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1622;  a 
scholar  from  Westminster,  1623.  S.  of  John,  D.D.,  Master 
of  Jesus.  B.  1606,  in  Jesus  Lodge.  B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630. 
B.D.  1637;  D.D.  1660  (Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1627.  Regius 
Professor  of  Greek,  1639-54.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1641.  Arch- 
deacon of  Stow,  1641.  Restored  to  his  stall,  and  made  King's 
chaplain,  1660.  Lady  Margaret  preacher,  1660.  Dean  of 
Peterborough,  1664.  R.  of  Boxworth,  Cambs.,  1668.  Master 
of  Magdalene,  1668.  Vice-Chancellor,  1669-70.  An  eminent 
scholar  and  author.  Benefactor  to  Magdalene  College,  and 
Peterborough  Grammar  School.  Died  July  17,  1679.  Buried 
in  Peterborough  Cathedral.   (D.N.B.) 

DUPORT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1564.  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Sheepshead,  Leics.  B.A.  1569-70;  M.A.  1573; 
D.D.  1590.  Fellow,  1574-82.  Proctor,  1580-1.  Master, 
1590-1618.  Vice-ChanceUor,  1593-5,  1601-2,  1609-10.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Nov.  17,  1577;  priest,  Apr.  17,  1580.  Master  of 
the  Free  School,  Wotton-imder-Edge,  Gloucs.,  Apr.  25,  1578. 
R.  of  Harlton,  Cambs.,  1580-4.  R.  of  Medboume,  Leics. 
R.  of  Husband's  Bosworth.  R.  of  Fulham,  Middlesex, 
1583-1617.  Precentor  of  St  Paul's,  1585-1617.  Preb.  of 
Ely,  1609-17.  One  of  the  translators  of  the  Bible.  Married 
Rachel,  dau.  of  Richard  Cox,  Bishop  of  Ely.  Died  1617. 
Will  (P.C.C.  and  V.C.C.)  1618.  Father  of  James  (1622)  and 
Richard  (1614),  brother  of  Henry  (1564).   (D.N.B.) 

DUPORT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1614. 
Probably  s.  of  Jaques,  brother  of  John,  the  master.  B.A. 
1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  8;  priest. 
Mar.  9,  1622-3.  V.  of  Empingham,  Ruts.,  1631-54.  Buried 
there  Apr.  14,  1654.   (A.  Gray.) 

DUPORT,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1614. 
ist  s.  of  John,  Master  of  the  College.  Bapt.  Sept.  4,  1597. 
B.A.  1617-8.  Married,  at  Shelford,  Cambs.,  Nov.  12,  1621, 
Mrs  Martha  Lund.   (A.  Gray.) 


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DuppA,  Brian 

DUPPA,  BRIAN.  D.D.  1641  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
JefErey,  V.  of  Lewisham,  Kent.  Bapt.  there,  Mar.  18, 1588-9. 
Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  Oxford,  July  9,  1605,  age  i5; 
B.A.  1609;  M.A.  1614;  B.D.  and  D.D.  1625.  Fellow  of  All 
Souls',  1612.  Proctor,  1619.  Vice-Chancellor,  1632.  V.  of 
HaUsham,  Sussex,  1625;  of  Westham,  1626;  of  Withyham, 
1627;  and  Petworth,  1628.  Chaplain  to  Prince  Palatine. 
Dean  of  Christ  Church,  1629-38.  Canon  and  Chancellor  of 
Salisbury,  1634.  Bishop  of  Chichester,  1638;  of  Salisbury, 
1641 ;  and  of  Winchester,  1660.  Died  Mar.  16,  1662,  at  Rich- 
mond, Surrey.   Buried  at  Westminster.   {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

DUPPA,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1579-80. 
B.  at  Storrington,  Sussex.  B.A.1583-4.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
May  22,  1584,  age  25;  C.  of  Blatchington,  Sussex.  R.  of 
Barlavington,  1587-1616.   Died  i6i6. 

DUPPA,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens  from  Queens',  Easter,  1549. 
One  of  these  names  M.P.  for  Truro,  1554. 

DUPPLIN,  Viscount.   M.A.  1749.   See  HAY,  THOMAS. 

DUPRfi,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Mar.  28,  i743-  B.  in 
London.  Matric.  1743-4.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  John,  of 
Jersey,  adm.  at  Pembroke  College,  Oxford,  Apr.  4,  1744, 
age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1748. 

DUPSON,  RICHARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1613. 

DUPUIS,  TOSSANUS  (?).  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  3, 
1658-9.   Of  Paris.   M.A.  from  Sorbonne,  Paris. 

DU  QUESNE,  THOMAS  ROGER.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  1737.  Matric.  1738;  B.A.  1742-3;  M.A.  1746. 
Fellow,  1741.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  May,  i744;  priest, 
Apr.  1745.  R.  of  Scole,  Norfolk,  1756-93.  V.  of  Homingham 
and  East  Tuddenham,  1763-93.  Preb.  of  Lichfield,  1765-93- 
Died  at  East  Tuddenham,  Sept.  14,  i793-    (Harwood.) 

DURANCE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene, 
Feb.  4,  1744-5.  S.  of  John,  citizen  of  Lincoln.  B.  there. 
School,  Lincoln.  Matric.  1745-6;  B.A.  1748-9;  M.A.  1752. 
Fellow,  1750.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  23,  1750;  priest. 
May  24,  1752. 

DURBAN,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  June  3, 
1697- 

DURDEN  or  DUREDEN,  ABEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at 
Magdalene,  Mar.  28,  1672.  S.  of  Joseph,  of  Rochdale, 
Lanes.  School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6; 
M.A.  1679.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  10,  1677-  Incorp. 
at  Oxford,  1681. 

DURDEN,  DANIEL.  Adm.pens.atPETERHOUSE,  June  29,  1594. 
Of  Essex.  Migrated  to  Queens',  July  8,  1596.  B.A.  1597-8; 
M.A.  1601.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  29;  priest,  Oct.  i, 
1598.  R.  of  North  Bemfleet,  Essex,  1612-41.  Master  of 
Chelmsford  School,  till  1633.   Died  1641. 

DURDAYN,  DANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1640.  Of  Essex.  B.A.  1643-4. 

DURDEN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1566. 
One  of  these  names  V.  of  Stebbing,  Essex,  1568-1600. 

DURDEN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  Feb.  16, 1592-3- 
Scholar.  B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600.  R.  of  Prating,  Essex,  1607- 
28.   R.  of  Panfield,  1619-28.   Died  1628.  (T.A.Walker.) 

DURDEN,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1631; 
B.A.  1634. 

DURDEN,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1631;  B.A.  1634-5.   R.  of  Beaumont  c.  Mose,  Essex,  1644. 

DURDEN,  RALPH.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1578; 
B.A.  1581-2.  Minister  in  Essex.  Imprisoned  in  the  Tol- 
booth,  Cambridge,  by  the  Vice-Chancellor,  for  disorderly 
preaching.   Author,  Prophecies.   (Cooper,  11.  22.) 

DURDEN,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  Lent, 
1579-80;  B.A.  1583-4;  M.A.  1587,  as  Dardon.  Ord.  deacon 
and  priest  (Peterb.)  Mar.  5,  1586-7.  R.  of  Runwell,  Essex, 
1604-29. 

DURDEN,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 
1566;  B.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1569-70.  * 

DURELL,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Clare,  May  22, 
1669;  M.A.  1669  (Lit.  Reg.).  Of  St  Hilary,  Jersey.  French 
tutor  to  G.  Downing.  Studied  at  Caen  and  Sedan. 

DURHAM,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  June  28,  1624. 
S.  of  Robert.  B.  at  Richmond,  Yorks.  School,  Richmond 
(Mr  Bathurst).  Matric.  1624;  B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1631.  V.  of 
Melboum,  Cambs.,  1634-44;  sequestered;  reinstated,  1660. 

DURRAM,  RICHARD.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  9,  1627-8; 
priest,  June  8,  1628,  as  'B.A.  of  Magdalene  College.' 

DURHAM,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Feb.  23,  1 700-1. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Matric.  1701;  B.A.  1704-5.  Ord.  deacon 
(York)  Dec.  1715. 

DURHAM,  THOMAS.  FeUow  of  St  John's,  1528.  Of  Durham. 
Probably  B.A.  1524-5;  M.A.  1528. 


DuRRANT,  William 

DURHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Caius,  May  3, 
1598.  S.  of  Ralph.  B.  in  London.  School,  Ely  (Mr  Lucke). 
Matric.  1598. 

DURHAM,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Aug.  23,  1672. 
S.  of  Robert.  B.  at  Hucklow,  Derbs.  School,  Wirksworth 
(Mr  Crosedale).  Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1676-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lichfield)  Sept.  1677;  priest  (Lincoln)  May,  1689.  C.  of 
Brampton,  Derbs.  (Contemporary  at  Oxford.)   (Peile,  11.  45.) 

DURHAM,  WILLIAM,    D.D.  1676  (LU.  Reg.).    S.  of  WiUiam, 

R.   of  Tredington.   Worcestershire.    School,   Charterhouse. 

Matric.  from  Corpus  Christi,  Oxford,  Dec.  12,  1654;  B.A. 

(Oxford)  1657;  M.A.  1660-1;  B.D.  1669.   Fellow  of  Corpus. 

Proctor,    1668.     R.   of   Beddington,   Surrey,    1672.     R.   of 

Letcombe  Bassett,  Berks.,  1674.    Canon  of  Lincoln,  1675. 

Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of  Monmouth.  Author,  Sermons.  Died 

June  18,  1686.    Buried  at  Letcombe  Bassett.   Will,  P.C.C. 

(Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 
DURHAM, .  B.A.  1524-5;  M.A.  1528.   Probably  Thomas, 

fellow  of  St  John's,  whom  see.    (Confused  by  Cooper  with 

Michael  Drumm.) 
DURNFORD,  JOSEPH.    M.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1671.   S. 

of  Richard,  of  Salisbury.    Matric.  from  Gloucester  Hall, 

Oxford,  Mar.  26,  1664,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1667.    R.  of 

Orchardleigh,  Somerset,   1674.    V.  of  Whitsbury,  Hants., 

1676.    Perhaps  the  'J.  Dumford  of  Whitsbury'  whose  name 

occurs  in  the  Regnstry  of  Wills  for  Hants.,  1714-   (■^l-  Oxon. ; 

N.  andQ.,  3rd  S.,  11. '57.) 
DURRAND  or  DURANT,  ARTHUR.    Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney, 

Feb.    i6oi-2.     Probably  of   Devon.     Matric.   from   Exeter 

College,  Oxford,  Mar.  9,  1603-4,  age  20;  B.A.  1606.    (Al. 

Oxon.) 
DURRANT,  DAVY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  May  28, 1720. 

S.  of  Daniel,  mercer,  of  Norwich.  B.  there.  School,  Loddon, 

Norfolk  (Mr  Conoid).  Matric.  1724;  B.A.  1724-5;  M.A.  1729. 

Fellow,  1726-32.  Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Feb.  15, 1721-2. 

Of  Scottow,  Norfolk,  Esq.  His  s.  Thomas,  was  created  Bart., 

1784.  Died  Sept.  22, 1759,  aged  57.  M.I.  at  Scottow.  (Venn, 

II.  14;  G.E.C.) 
DURANT,  JOHN.    'Curate  of  Jesus  Church'  (Cambridge),  in 

1543.  Occupied  chambers  in  the  College  as  a  fellow,  1535-50. 

Possibly  the  same  as  Robert.   (A.  Gray.) 
DURRANT,  JOHN.    B.A.  from  Christ's,  1607-8;  M.A.   1611. 

Doubtless  of  the  family  of  Bodmin,  Cornwall.   One  of  these 

names  lecturer  at   St'  Peter's,   Sandwich,    1642.     Puritan. 

Probably  minister  of  St  George's,  Canterbury.  Six  preacher. 

Author,  religious.    (Peile,  1.  251;  D.N.B.) 
DURRANT,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1612;  B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  i6ig.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec. 

22,   1616;  priest  (York,  for  Lincoln)   Mar.   1616-7.    V.  of 

Potton,  Beds.,  1618.    R.  of  Cokayne  Hatley,  1621.    Buried 

at  Cokayne  Hatley,  May  13,  1625. 
DURRANT,  MAURICE.  Dominican  friar.  B.D.  1520-1. 
DURANT,  NATHANIEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  20,  1621. 

Of  Middlesex.    Matric.  1622;  Scholar,  1624;  B.A.  1624-5; 

M.A.   1628.    One  of  these  names  chaplain  to  the  English 

merchants  at  Smyrna,  in   1635.    Perhaps  R.  of  Abinger, 

Surrey,    1645;   and   ejected   from   Cheriton,   Hants.,   1662. 

(A.  Gray;  H.  G.  Harrison.) 
DURRANT,  RICHARD.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1555- 
DURANDE  or  DURRANT,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1531-2;  M.A.  1534- 

R.  of  Graveley,  Cambs.,  1545.  Will  proved  (Archd.  Hunts.) 

1559- 
DURAND,  SIMON.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  12,  1729; 

afterwards  pens.  Of  Middlesex.  Matiic.  1729;  B.A.  1732-3; 

M.A.  1736. 
DURRANT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June,  1602. 
DURRANT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1612.   B.  in  Cambridge.   B.A.  1615-6;  M.A.  1619.   Fellow  of 

Trinity,  1617.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1619.    Ord.  deacon  and 

priest  (London)  May  23,  1624,  age  25.    R.  of  West  Rasen, 

Lines.,  1624.  Will  proved  (V  C.C.)  1624. 
DURANT  or  DURAND,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius, 

May  4,  1641.    S.  of  Edmund,  gent.,  of  Brumstead,  Norfolk. 

B.  there.    School,  Norwich  (Mr  Lovering).    Matric.   1641; 

Scholar,  1643-8;  B.A.  1644-5.  ProbablyB.D.  1661  (Lit.  Reg.). 

R.  of  Handsworth,  Yorks.,  1662-71. 
DURANT,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  13,  1593- 

Matric.   1596;  B.A.  1596-7;  M.A.  1600;  B.D.   1615.    Ord. 

deacon  (London)  Apr.  5;  priest,  Apr.  8,  1601.   R.  of  Harhng- 

ton,  Middlesex,  1603-28.  R.ofCranford,  1615-28.  Died  1628. 
DURANT,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  July  4, 

1728.   Of  Kent.   Matric.  1729;  M.B.  1732. 
DURRAND  (?  DURAM), .  Canonicus.  B.D.  1503-4. 


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DusGATE,  John 


DUSGATE,  JOHN.  B.A.  1520-1;  M.A.  1524,  as  Dusgatt. 
Probably  scholar  of  Christ's,  as  B.A.  {Peile  and  Grace  Bk, 
p.  265,  wrongly  call  him  Thomas;  but  see  Gr.  Bk,  i.  188.) 

DUSGATE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Dec.  10, 
1685.  S.  of  Francis.  B.  at  Anmer,  Norfolk.  Schools,  Bum- 
ham  Thorpe  (Mr  Tubing)  and  Norwich  (Mr  Burton).  Matric. 
1686;  Scholar,  1689.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  1687. 
Pro'oably  died  before  1699.   (Peile,  n.  loi.) 

DUSGATE,  [THOMAS].  B.A.  1522-3  (Grare  Bk,  B*,  105). 
Doubtless  Thomas,  fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1523-5.  There 
is  little  doubt  that  this  is  the  E.xeter  martyr.  On  leaving 
Cambridge  he  went  to  Germany  to  consult  Luther.  Changed 
his  name  to  Bennet  (?  suggested  by  the  popular  name  of  his 
College,  'Benet').  Settled  as  schoolmaster  at  Torrington, 
Devon;  and  afterwards  at  Exeter.  Convicted  as  a  heretic, 
and  burnt  at  Heavitree,  near  Exeter,  Jan.  15,  1531-2.  There 
is  much  confusion  between  the  two  Dusgates  and  John 
Bennet,  in  Cooper  (i.  43)  and  Peile  (i.  13),  but  the  above 
seems  the  most  probable  view.  There  seems  no  foundation 
for  Masters'  belief  that  he  proceeded  to  D.D.  {D.N.B.; 
H.  P.  Stokes;  Masters-Lamb.) 

DU  SOUL,  MOSES.  M.A.  1701  {Lit.  Reg.).  Studied  at  Groningen, 
Utrecht  and  Franeker.  M.A.  at  one  of  these.  Spent  two  years 
at  Cambridge. 

DUSSING,  ROBERT.   B.A.  1487-8;  M.A.  1491;  B.D.  1503-4- 

DUSSING  or  DOWSING,  ROBERT.  Scholar  and  feUow  of  King's 
Hall,  1507-22;  (?B.D.  1507-8);  D.D.  1512-3  (Incorporated). 
Vice-Chancellor,  1516-7.  Died  c.  1542.  Left  20s.  to  King's 
Hall.    {Cooper,  i.  82.) 

DUSSING,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1506;  B.A.  1510-1;  M.A.  1514.  D.Civ.L.  1528-9.  Fellow. 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  21,  1521.  V.  of  Fordingbridge, 
Hants.   An  excellent  astronomer.   {Harwood.) 

DUSTE,  THOMAS.  Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  c.  1437.  Of  Norwich 
diocese.  Ord.  sub-deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  21,  1443;  deacon 
(Ely)  Mar.  7,  1443-4;  priest  (Ely)  May  28,  1444.  R.  of  Gt 
Massingham,  Norfolk,  1459-72.   R.  of  Bridgham,  1454. 

DUTTON,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Easter, 
1579;  B.A.  1581-2. 

DUTTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  5,  1588. 
B.  in  Lanes.,  c.  1572.  Matric.  1588;  B.A.  (?  1591-2);  M.A. 
1595.  Afterwards  at  King's.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Lincoln). 
Oct.  2,  1595.  R.  of  Eversholt,  Beds.,  1602.  Perhaps  Master 
of  the  Free  School,  Buckingham,  1638. 

DUTTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  1,  1626.  Of 
London.  Matric.  1626;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1632  (on  King's 
visit).  One  of  these  names  5th  s.  of  Sir  Thomas,  late  of  Isle- 
worth,  Midds.,  Knt.,  deceased;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  5, 
1635.   But  see  Al.  Oxon.  for  a  contemporary. 

DUTTON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  Apr.  22,  1629. 
Of  London.   Perhaps  the  same  as  above. 


DUTTON,  ■ 
DUTYNG, 


Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Lent,  1598-9. 
B.A.  1523-4. 


DUVAL,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  25,  1749.  S.  of 
Philip,  of  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1749 ; 
Scholar,  1750;  LL.B.  1756;  D.D.  (?  Lambeth).  F.R.S.; 
F.S.A.  Preb.  of  Worcester,  1767-72.  R.  of  Broadwas, 
Worcs.,  1768.  Chaplain  to  the  Duke  of  Gloucester.  V.  of 
Twickenham,  1792-1808.  Married  Anna,  dau.  of  Dr  William 
George,  Provost  of  King's.  Died  Mar.  14,  1808,  in  Newman 
St,  Oxford  St. 

DUXBURY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  July  11, 
1663.  S.  of  Laurence,  gent.,  of  Deane  Height,  near  Burnley, 
Lanes.  B.  there.  School,  Greenhead,  near  Haltwhistle, 
Northumberland  (Mr  Moore).  Matric.  1663;  B.A.  1667-8; 
M.A.  1671. 

DUXFORD  (Cambs.),  vicar  of.   D.Can.L.  1458-9. 

DWARRIS,  FORTUNATUS.  Adm.  FeJl.-Com.  (age  20)  at  St 
John's,  June  23,  1748.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  America.  B.  in 
Jamaica.  Schools,  Uxbridge  and  Eton.  Matric.  1748.  Adm. 
student  at  Leyden,  Sept.  28,  1750.  M.D.  of  Leyden.  Prac- 
tised in  Jamaica.  Died  Feb.  5,  1790.  M.I.  in  Jamaica 
Cathedral.    {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  579.) 

DWYER,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  23)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  25, 
1689.  S.  of  William.  B.  at  CharleviUe,  Cork.  B.A.  of  Trinity 
College,  Dublin.  M.A.  1692;  B.D.  1700.  FeUow,  1692-1710. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  23,  1692;  priest  (Ely)  Sept.  25, 
1692.  Head  Master  of  Pocklington  School,  1693-8;  of  Leeds, 
1698-1706;  of  Sedbergh,  1706-9.  R.  of  Medboume,  Leics., 
1706-17.  Buried  May  26,  1717.  M.I.  at  Medboume.  {Scott- 
Mayor.) 

DYBALD,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1618; 
B.A.  1621-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  3;  priest.  Mar.  4, 
1625-6. 


Dyer,  Simon 

DYCER,  see  DISTER. 

DYDE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  28,  1686.  Of 

London.    Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90;  M.A.  1693.    FeUow, 

1690-8.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  Sept.  24,  1692. 
DYE,  CHARLES.   Matric.  sizar  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1618; 

B.A.   1621-2;  M.A.  1625.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  23; 

priest.  May  24,  1624. 
DIE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1596. 
DYE,  JOHN.   B.A.  from  Trinity,  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.   Perhaps 

ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept   22,  1616. 
DYE,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1578. 
DYER,   EDWARD.     Matric.   Fell.-Com.   from  Christ's,   July, 

i6ii.   S.  of  Richard,  of  Gt  Staughton,  Hunts.   Adm.  at  the 

Middle  Temple,  June  25,  1613. 

DYER,  GEORGE.    B.A.  1525-6. 

DYER,  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1582. 
'M.A.  of  Clare  [not  recorded]  where  he  resided  7  years;  bom 
at  Pilton,  Devon;  aged  about  36;  ord.  priest  (Colchester) 
July  1,  1599;  late  schoolmaster  at  Milton  by  Gravesend,  six 
years;  married'  {Line.  Presentation  Deed,  1602).  V.  of 
Gosberton,  Lines.,  1602-4.   V.  of  Anthorpe,  1603. 

DYER,  Sir  JAMES.  According  to  Sherman,  the  Jesus  fellow 
and  historian,  he  was  a  member  of  that  College.  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Wincanton,  Somerset.  B.  1512.  Barrister, 
Middle  Temple,  where  he  was  reader,  1552.  M.P.  for  Cambs., 
1547.  1553-  Serjeant-at-law,  1552.  Knighted,  1552.  Speaker 
of  the  House  of  Commons,  1553.  Recorder  of  Cambridge; 
and  counsel  to  the  University.  Judge  of  the  Common  Pleas, 
1556;  of  the  Queen's  Bench,  1557.  Died,  Mar.  24,  1581-2, 
at  Gt  Staughton,  Hunts.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1582.  {D.N.B.; 
C.  A.  BedweU.) 

DIER,  JAMES.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Clare,  Easter,  1570. 
5th  s.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Wincanton,  Somerset.  Adm.  at  the 
Middle  Temple,  July  4,  1571.  One  of  these  names  M.P.  for 
Warwick,  1588. 

DYER,  JAMES.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1595;  B.A. 

1599-1600;   M.A.    1603.     P.C.   of  Bromley,   Kent,   1604-7. 

V.  of  St  Nicholas,  Rochester,   1614-8.    V.  of  Gillingham, 

1616-28. 
DYER,  JAMES.    Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Pembroke,  June  20, 

1654.   B.  at  Ipswich.   B.A.  1657.   R.  of  Bromeswell,  Suffolk, 

i66r. 
DYER,  JAMES.    M.A.  from  Pembroke,  1745.    S.  of  John,  of 

St  Martin's,  Cornwall.    Previously  matric.  from  Hart  Hall, 

Oxford,  May  20,  1724,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1727-8.    {Al. 

Oxon.) 
DYER,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Aug.  6,  1711. 

S.  of  Robert,  woollendraper.  B.  at  Combe,  Somerset.  School, 

Tiverton.    Matric.   1711;   B.A.   1715-6.    R.   of  Combe,  St 

Nicholas,  Somerset,  1725-30.  Died  1730. 

DYER,    LEWIS.    Adm.  pens,   at  Emmanuel,   Easter,    1585. 

Matric.  1585. 
DEYER,  LEWIS.   Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  i6)  at  Sidney,  June, 

1623.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  William,  Knt.,  of  Gt  Staughton,  Hunts., 

deceased.    B.  there,  1595.    School,  Sutton,  Beds.    Adm.  at 

the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  1624.  Created  Bart.,  June  8,  1627. 

Buried  at  Colmworth,  Beds.,  Nov.  15,  i66g.   {Vis.  of  Hunts., 

1613;  G.E.C.) 
DYER,   NICHOLAS.    Adm.   sizar  at  Trinity,   Apr.   3,    1671. 

Matric.    1671;    B.A.    1674-5.     Signs   for   deacon's   orders 

(London)  June  13,  1674. 
DYER,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Michs.  1572. 

Perhaps  adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  1576,  as  s.  and  h. 

of  Laurence,  of  Wincanton,  Somerset. 

DYER,  RICHARD.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1650.  Of  Essex.  S.  of 
Gower,  of  Aldermanbury,  London.  Matric.  from  Magdalen 
Hall,  Oxford,  Jan.  25,  1638-9,  age  16;  B.A.  1642.  Student 
of  Christ  Church,  till  ejected,  1660.  Chaplain  to  the  Lord 
Mayor.  Kept  a  grammar  school  near  St  Katherine's-by-the- 
Tower.  Died  1695.  Brother  of  Simon  (1643)  and  the  next. 
{Al.  Oxon.;  Calamy,  1.  220.) 

DYER,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Aug.  31, 1646,  as  '  Deer.' 
S.  of  Gower  or  Gawen,  of  Aldermanbury,  London.  Matric. 
1646;  B.A.  1650-1.  R.  of  St  Nicholas  Olave,  London,  1654. 
R.  of  All  Hallows,  London  Wall,  1655;  ejected,  1660;  also 
from  a  lectureship  at  Lothbury.  Afterwards  kept  school  at 
Mile  End.  Died  1700,  aged  67.  Brother  of  Richard  (above) 
and  Simon  (1643).  {Calamy,  1.  80;  who  calls  him  'M.A.  of 
Peterhouse.') 

DYER,  SIMON.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1643.  S.  of  Gower  or 
Gawen,  of  London.  Matric.  from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford, 
Jan.  31,  1639-40,  age  15;  B.A.  (Cambridge)  1643-4;  M.A. 
1650.  Perhaps  R.  of  Gravesend,  Kent,  in  1650.  Brother  of 
Richard  (1638-9)  and  Samuel  (1646). 


7S 


Dyer,  Swynerton 

DYER,  SWYNERTON.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  atCxius,  June 
8,  1669.  S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Tottenham  High  Cross, 
Middlesex.  B.  in  London.  School,  Felsted.  Matric.  1669. 
Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  13,  1670.  Died  1677.  {Venn,  i. 
438;  Vis.  of  Midds.,  1664.) 

DYER,  Sir  SWYNERTON,  Bart.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  July 
15,  1705.  Of  Essex.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  John  Swynnerton  Dyer, 
Bart.,  late  of  Dunmow,  deceased.  Matric.  1705-6.  Adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  June  29,  1705.  Succeeded  as  3rd  Bart.,  1701. 
Died  at  Kensington,  Mar.  4,  1735-6-  (Masters;  Vis.  of 
Midds.,  1664.) 

DIER,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1550. 

DYER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1568; 
B.A.  1572-3;  M.A.  1576.  Fellow,  till  1582.  'Died  at  the 
Earl  of  Rutland's.'    (Haru'ood.) 

DYER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Christ's,  Apr.  20,  1708. 
Probably  s.  of  Sir  Wilham,  Bart.,  of  Newnham,  Herts.  Adm. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  July  4,  1707-   High  Sheriff  of  Herts. 

DYER, .   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1546. 

DYER, .   B.A.  (?  1591-2);  M.A.  from  Clare,  1595. 

DIER, .  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  Christ's,  c.  1597.  Perhaps 

James,  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Richard,  of  Staughton,  Hunts.;  adm. 
at  the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  5,  1598.  If  so,  brother  of 
Edward  (1611).    {Peile,  i.  227.) 

DYKE,  AUGUSTINE.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1563.  Matric.  1563-4;  B.A.  1567-8;  M.A.  1571.  Fellow,  till 
1573.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Feb.  13, 1572-3;  of  Gloucester- 
shire. 

DYKE,  DANIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1593.  S.  of 
William,  clerk  (perhaps  V.  of  Hemel  Hempstead ;  and  preacher 
atCoggeshall).  B.  at  Hemel  Hempstead,  Herts.  B.A.  1595-6; 
M.A.  from  Sidney,  1599;  B.D.  1606.  Fellow  of  Sidney. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1602.  Brother  of  Jeremy  (1598)  and 
Nathaniel  (1608).    {D.N.B.) 

DYKE,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  1629.  S.  of 
Jeremy  (1598),  V.  of  Epping.  B.  at  Epping,  Essex,  i6i7- 
Matric.  1629;  B.A.  1632-3;  M.A.  1636.  R.  of  Eastwick, 
Herts.,  c.  1636.  R.  of  Gt  Hadham,  Herts.,  c.  1650,  till  1660; 
ejected.  Chaplain  to  Cromwell.  One  of  the  Triers  for  the 
approval  of  ministers.  Baptist  minister  in  London.  Died 
1688.  Buried  in  Bunhill  Fields.  Brother  of  Jeremy  (1629). 
[Calatny,  11.  42;  D.N.B.) 

DYKE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1567. 
B.  at  Glemsford,  Suffolk.  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A.  1575.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Sept.  25,  1608,  age  about  50;  priest,  Dec.  17, 
1608.   C.  of  Withyham,  Sussex. 

DYKE,  HUMPHREY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1535. 

DYKE,  JEREMY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  28,  1598; 
migrated  to  Sidney,  Oct.  1598.  S.  of  William,  preacher  at 
Coggeshall,  Essex.  Bapt.  there,  Oct.  13,  1584.  Matric.  1598; 
B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1605.  Fellow  of  Sidney.  R.  of  Toft, 
Cambs.,  during  1609.  V.  of  Epping,  Essex,  1609-39. 
Preacher.  Author,  theological.  Died  1639.  Buried  at 
Epping.  By  will  (P.C.C.)  he  leaves  to  his  s.  Jeremy '  my  silver 
tankard  bestowed  upon  me  by  the  honourable  House  of 
Commons.'  Father  of  the  next,  and  of  Daniel  (1629),  brother 
of  Daniel  (1593)  and  Nathaniel  (1608).   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

DYKE,  JEREMY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  1629.  Of 
Essex.  S.  of  Jeremy  (above),  V.  of  Epping.  Matric.  1629; 
B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1632-3;  M.A.  1636.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  May  20,  1638;  priest.  Mar.  10,  1638-9  V.  of 
Stanstead  Abbots,  Herts.,  1640-5.  R.  of  Gt  Pamdon,  Essex, 
1645-50.  Brother  of  Daniel  (1629).   (Davids,  Esse.x,  439.) 

DYKE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  28,  1630.  Of 
Frant,  Sussex.  S.  and  h.  of  William.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  Nov.  1631. 

DIKE,  JOSEPH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  July,  1616. 
Doubtless  s.  of  William,  preacher  at  Coggeshall,  Essex. 
B..A.  1619-20. 

DIKE,  NATHANIEL.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  July,  1608. 
S.  of  William,  preacher  at  Coggeshall  and  Hemel  Hempstead. 
B.A.  1611-2;  M.A.  1615.  Brother  of  Daniel  (1593)  and 
Jeremy  (1598).  One  of  these  names  died  V.  of  Axmouth, 
Devon,  before  1647.    {Peile,  i.  270.) 

DYKE,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  30,  1636. 
Of  Surrey.  Matric.  1636.  Died  in  College.  Buried  at  St 
Andrew's,  Cambridge,  Feb.  18,  1636-7. 

DYKE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanijel,  June  4,  1633. 
Of  Middlesex.   Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1636-7;  M.A.  1640. 

DIKE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1636. 
DIKE  or  DIKES,  SAMUEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens', 
Easter,  1617.  B.  at  Heydric  (?  Hardwick),  Norfolk.  B.A. 
1620-1;  M.A.  1624.  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  1627-8.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (London)  Mar.  13,  1624-5,  age  24.  R.  of 
Sloley,  Norfolk,  1628. 


Dynne,  Henry 

DIKE,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  i,  1637. 

Matric.  1637. 

DYKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 
29,  1635.  S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.,  of  Horsham,  Waldron,  Sussex. 
B.  at  Ninfield,  Sussex.  Matric.  1635.  Adm.  at  the  Inner 
Temple,  1636;  of  Horsham,  Sussex.  Knighted,  June  19, 
1641.  M.P.  for  Seaford.  Died  Dec.  13,  1669.  Father  of 
WiUiam  (1672). 

DYKE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  May  15, 
1655.  Of  Sussex.  School,  Maidstone.  Matric.  1655.  (T.  A. 
108;  but  see  Al.  Oxon.,  for  another  of  these  names.) 

DIKE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1594;  B.A. 
1597-8,  as  Dikes;  M.A.  1601.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (London) 
Mar.  6;  priest,  Mar.  13,  1602-3.  R.  of  Frant,  Sussex,  1603. 
Buried  there  Sept.  9,  1659.   (W.  C.  Harrison.) 

DYKE,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  May  17,  1672. 
2nd  s.  of  Sir  Thomas,  Knt.,  of  Waldron,  Sussex.    Adm.  at 
the  Middle  Temple,  Nov.  1673. 
DYKES  or  DIKES,  DANIEL.    Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c. 

1593;  impubes. 
DIKES  or  DIKE,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1622;  B.A.  1626-7. 
DYKES,   OSWALD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Michs.   1567; 
B.A.  from  St  John's,  1570-1;  M.A.  1574-   R.  of  Asby,  West- 
morland, 1593-1618. 
DIKES,    THOMAS.     B.Can.L.    1486-7.     (Perhaps    the   'rector 

Dikes'  who  obtained  a  grace  for  same  degree,  1483-4.) 
DYKES,  THOMAS.     Matric.    pens,    from   Pembroke,   Easter, 

1603. 

DYKLYNG, .    B.A.  1468-9. 

DYKMAN, .  Fee  for  M.A.  or  higher  degree,  1468-9. 

DYLCOCKE,   HENRY.     Matric.   pens,   from  Christ's,   Easter, 

1544;  B.A.  1544-5;  M.A.  1547     Fellow,  1547-51.    Died  'in 

the  time  of  the  Sweat.'    Buried  at  Toft,  Cambs.,  Oct.  26, 

1551.    Wm  (V.C.C).    {PeiU,  I.  29.) 
DYMES,  ROBERT.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1692.    Of  Nor- 
wich.   Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1695-6.    Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 

Aug.  1698 ;  priest.  May,  1700.  R.  of  Swanton  Abbot,  Norfolk, 

1700. 
DYMOCK,  CHARLES.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  14)  at  Magdalene, 

Feb.  6,  1681-2.    S.  of  Sir  Charles,  King's  Champion.    B.  at 

Scrivelsby-in-Lindsey,  Lines.    M.A.  1682  {Com.  Reg.).   M.P. 

for  Co.  Lincoln,  1698,  1701  (twice),  1702,  tiU  his  death  in 

1702-3.    {Lines.  Pedigrees,  1207.) 
DYMOCK,  EDWARD.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  June 

28,  1673.   S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of  Kirkby-upon-Bain,  Lines. 

B.  there.     Educated  at  home.     Captain  in  the  army.     Of 

Waddingworth,  Esq.  Died  Apr.  29,  1729-  Brother  of  Robert 

(1673).    {Lines.  Pedigrees,  1211.) 
DYMOCKE,  FRANCIS.    Matric.   pens,   from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1562.   S.  and  h.  of  Humphrey,  Esq.,  of  Castle  Over,  Warws. 

Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  1566. 
DYMOCKE,    HENRY.    Matric.    pens,    from    Trinity,    Lent, 

1564-5. 
DIMOCKE,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1602; 

B..^.  from  St  John's,  1605-6;  M.A.  1609. 
DYMOCK,  JOHN.    M.A.  from  King's,  i677-   S.  of  Edmund,  of 

Sontley,   Denbs.,   clerk.     Matric.   from  Jesus  CoUege,   Ox- 
ford, May  27,   1669,  age  17;  B.A.   (Oxford)   1672-3.    {Al. 

Oxon.) 
DYMOCK,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  June  28, 

1673.    S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of   Kirkby-upon-Bain,  Lines. 

B.  there.   Educated  at  home.   Matric.  1673-   Adm.  at  Gray's 

Inn,  Dec.  i,  1674,  as  s.  of  Edward,  of  Tumby,  Lines.    Of 

Grebby  HaU,  Esq.   Died  1714.    Father  of  the  next.   Brother 

of  Edward  (1673).    {Lines.  Pedigrees,  1211.) 
DYMOKE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Apr. 

20,   1719.    S.  of  Robert  (above),  of  Grebby  HaU,  Lines., 

deceased.  School,  Lincoln.  Matric.  1721;  B.A.  1722-3.  Ord. 

deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  22,  1723,   Drowned  at  Lincoln,  Jan. 

27,  1735-    {Lines.  Pedigrees,  1211.) 
DIMMOCKE,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Christ's,  July 

I,  1628.    S.  of  John.    B.  at  Wicken,  Cambs.    School,  Ely 

(Mr  Hitch).    B.A.  1631. 
DYMOKE,  WINDUS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  12, 

1677.   S.  of  James,  of  London.   School,  St  Paul's. 
DYMOND,  THOMAS,  see  DIMOND. 
DYMSDALE,  JOHN,  see  DIMSDALE. 
DYNELEY,  see  DINELEY. 
DYNNE,  HENRY.  Adm  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  1552-  Matric. 

Easter,  1554.    Perhaps  of  Heydon,  Norfolk.     Buned  there 

Dec.  30,  1586.   {Vis.  of  Norfolk.) 


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Dynne,  William 

DYNNE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Lent,  1579-80. 
DYRHAM,  THOMAS,  s«tf  DEREHAM. 

DYRKIN,  JAMES.    B.A.  from  Trinity,  1548-9;  M.A.  1552. 

Fellow,  1 55 1. 
DYSART,  Earl  of,  see  HUNTINGTOWER. 
DYSON,  see  also  DISON. 

DYSON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  June 
25,  1711.  Of  Worcestershire.  School,  Stourbridge.  Matric. 
1710-1;  Scholar,  1711;  B  A.  1714-5;  M.A.  1718.  Fellow, 
1716-41.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  17,  1716-7;  priest,  June  8, 
1718.    Died  Mar.  24,  1740-1.    (T.  A.  Walker.) 

DYSON,  JEREMIAH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  29,  1732.  B.  at 
Greetland,  Yorks.  B.A.  1735-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoki)  Mar. 
21,  1735-6. 


Eade,  W. 

DYSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  2,  1723-4. 
Of  Huddersfield,  Yorks.  Matric.  1724.  Doubtless  s.  and  h. 
of  John,  of  Westwood,  Huddersfield,  Esq. ;  adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Feb.  i,  1722-3. 

DISTER,  BENJAMIN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  John's,  Sept.  6,  1648. 
S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Glemsford,  Suffolk.  B.  there.  School, 
St  Paul's,  London.   Matric.  1648-9. 

DYSTER,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1552. 

DISTER  or  DYCER,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peter 
house,  Oct.  9,  1639.  Of  Suffolk.  School,  Thurlow,  Suffolk, 
where  he  was  instructed  in  music.  Matric.  1639;  Scholar, 
1639;  B.A.  1644-5.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Bury)  1661. 
(T.A.  Walker.) 

DYVE, .  B.A.  1462-3. 


E 


EACHARD,  ABRAHAM.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Sept.  i,  1692. 
S.  of  Thomas  (1660).  Matric.  1693;  Scholar,  1694-5.  Buried 
at  Gt  St  Andrew's,  Cambridge,  Aug.  3,  1696.  Brother  of 
Lawrence  (1688)  and  Christopher  (1689).   (Peile,  11.  127.) 

EACHARD,  BENJAMIN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1620;  B.A.  1622-3.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Norwich)  Mar.  3, 

1624-5. 
EACHARD,  CHRISTOPHER.   Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's, 

Sept.  17,  1667.  S.  of  Lawrence  (1625-6).  Matric.  166S;  B.A. 

1671-2;   M.A.    1675.    Ord.   deacon   (Norwich)   Sept.    1673; 

priest.  Mar.   1673-4.    R.  of  Frostenden,  Suffolk,   1674-93. 

R.  of  Benacre,   1677-90.    R.   of  Somerleyton,   1690-1706. 

R.  of  Blundeston,  1692-1706.  V.  of  Cransford,  1696.  Buried 

at  Somerleyton,  Dec.  i,  1706.    (Davy  MSS.) 
EACHARD,  CHRISTOPHER.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 

May  9,  1689.   S.  of  Thomas  (1660).   B.  at  Barsham,  Suffolk. 

Educated  at  home.   Matric.  1689;  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's, 

1692-3;   M.A.   1696.    Ord.   deacon   (Norwich)   June,   1696; 

priest,  Dec.  1696.   V.  of  Debach,  Suffolk,  1710.  V.  of  Crans- 
ford.   Brother  of  Abraham   (1692)   and   Lawrence   (1688). 

{Peile,  II.  113.) 
ECHARD,   JOHN.     Matric.   sizar  from   Jesus,   Michs.    1556. 

Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  8,  1561.   Will  (P.C.C.) 

1589. 
ECHARD,  JOHN.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Peterhouse,  Lent, 

1597-8. 
EACHARD,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1607; 

B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  V.  of  Darsham,  Suffolk,  1617-44. 

EACHARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  May  10, 
1653.  Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Lawrence  (1625-6).  Bapt.  at  Yox- 
ford,  Jan.  26,  1636-7.  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1656-7;  M.A.  1660; 
D.D.  1676  {Lit.  Reg.).  Fellow,  1658.  Master,  1675-97.  Vice- 
Chancellor,  1679-80,  1695-6.  R.  of  Widdington,  Essex, 
1681-4.  R,  of  Dennington,  Suffolk,  1683-97.  Sinecure  R.  of 
Llanynys,  Denbighs.,  1684-97.  Supposed  to  be  the  author  of 
Grounds  of  the  Contempt  of  th^  Clergy.  Died  July  7,  1697, 
aged  61.  Will  (P.C.C.)  dated  July  I,  1697;  proved  1718-9 
(sic>.  Buried  in  the  College  Chapel.  Brother  of  Lawrence 
(1656).    (D.A^.B.;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

EACHARD,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  22, 
1678.  Matric.  1680-1;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685.  Perhaps  R. 
of  Edwardston,  Suffolk,  1690-5.  R.  of  Wreningham,  Norfolk, 
1695-1734.    R.  of  Wicklewood,  1701-34.   Died  1734. 

EACHARD,  LAURENCE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1625-6;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich) 
Dec.  3,  1627;  priest,  Dec.  23,  1632.  V.  of  Yoxford,  Suffolk, 
1632;  there  in  1650.  Father  of  Christopher  (1667),  John 
(1653)  and  the  next. 

EACHARD,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  1656. 
Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Lawrence  (above).  Matric.  Michs.  1659; 
B.A.  1659-60;  M.A.  1663.  R.  of  Henstead,  Suffolk,  1662- 
1714.  R.  of  Rushmere,  1663-1714.  R.  of  North  Cove,  1678- 
96.  R.  of  WiUingham  St  Mary,  1678.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1718-9. 
Brother  of  John  (1653)  and  Christopher  (1667). 

EACHARD,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's, 
May  26,  1688.  S.  of  Thomas  (1660),  of  Suffolk.  Bapt.  at 
Barsham,  Mar.  23,  1671-2.  Matric.  1688;  Scholar,  1689; 
B.A.  1691-2;  M.A.  1695.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  May  2,  1696. 
R.  of  Welton  by  Louth,  Lines.,  1696.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop 
of  Lincoln.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1697-1730.  V.  of  South 
Elkington,  Lines.,  1709.  Archdeacon  of  Stowe,  1712-30. 
R.  of  Sudbome,  Suffolk,  1722.  V.  of  Rendlesham,  1722-30. 
Author,  historical,  classical,  etc.   Died  at  Lincoln,  Aug.  16, 


1730.  Buried  there  at  St  Mary  Magdalen's.  Brother  of 
Abraham  (1692)  and  Christopher  (1689).  (Peile,  11.  109; 
D.N.B.) 

EACHARD,  PETER.  B.A.  from  Trinity,  1573-4- 

EACHARD,  THOMAS.  B.A.  from  St  Catharine's,  1660;  M.A. 
1664.  S.  of  John  (1607).  R.  of  Gisleham,  Suffolk,  1663-93. 
V.  of  Kessingland,  1663-93.  Perhaps  V.  of  Arkesden,  Essex, 
1663-4.  Married  Sarah  Ox,  of  .Aldborough,  1664.  Buried  at 
Barsham,  Oct.  26,  1693.  Father  of  Abraham  (1692), 
Christopher  (1689)  and  Laurence  (1688).   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 

EACHARD,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  22, 
1678.   Matric.  1680-1;  B.A.  1681-2;  M.A.  1685. 

EADE  or  EDE,  AMBROSE.  B.Can.L.  1466-7.  R.  of  Capel, 
Suffolk,  1479-1502.  Master  of  Thompson  College,  Norfolk, 
1490-1503.  Chancellor  of  Norwich  diocese,  1500-1.  R.  of 
Oxburgh. 

EADE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  11,  1615. 
S.  of  George,  husbandman,  of  Mundford,  Norfolk.  School, 
Onehouse,  Suffolk  (Mr  Godley).  Matric.  1615-6;  Scholar, 
1617-22;  B.A.  1618-9;  M.A.  1622;  B.D.  1632.  Fellow,  1622- 
32.  University  preacher,  1631.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Aug. 
21;  priest,  Aug.  22,  1628.  R.  of  South  Pickenham,  Norfolk, 
1631.  R.  of  Ovington,  1632-55,  where  he  kept  a  school. 
Author.   Will  proved,  1657.   (Venn,  i.  230;  H.  I.  Longden.) 

EADE,  EDMUND.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Oct.  7, 

1719.  S.  of  Zephaniah  (1686),  R.  of  Blaxhall,  Suffolk.  Bapt. 

there,  June  ri,  1702.    School,  Woodbridge.    Matric.  1720; 

B.A.    1724-5.     Ord.    priest    (Norwich)    Sept.    1726.     C.   of 

Saxmundham,  Suffolk. 
EADE,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  St  John's,  Jan.  13, 

1667-8.   S.  of  Robert  (1627),  M.D.,  of  Cambridge.   B.  there. 

School,   Cambridge.      Matric.    i668.     Brother   of   Robert 

(1657). 
EADE  or  EIDE,  JOHN.   Adm.  (age  15)  at  Caius,  May  9,  1565. 

S.    of    Robert,    of   Bumham    Westgate,    Norfolk.     School, 

Bumham     Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Ipswich)  1610;  of 

Laxfield,  Suffolk. 
EADE,  REYNOLD.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  22,  1652. 

Of  Suffolk  (probably  Kelsale).    Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1655-6; 

M.A.  1659.    R.  of  Stratford  St  Andrew,  Suffolk,  1689-1703. 

One  of  these  names,  clerk,  of  Benhall,  1675;  of  Iken,  1696. 

(V.  B.  Redstone.) 
EADE,  REGINALD.    Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Mar.  26, 

1696.   B.  in  Suffolk.   Matric.  1696;  B.A.  1702-3.   Ord.  priest 

(Ely,  LUt.  dim.  from  Norwich)  Mar.  13,  1714-5.   Doubtless 

R.  of  Chesilford,  Suffolk,  1720. 
EADE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  24)  at  Caius,  July  27,  1627. 

S.  of  George,  of  Norfolk.   B.  at  Mundford.   School,  Foulden 

(Mr  Taylor).   Matric.  1627;  Scholar,  1628-33;  B.A.  1630-1; 

M.A.  1635;  M.D.  (Lit.  Reg.)  1642.  Fellow,  1633-42.  Licensed 

to  practise  medicine,  1637.    Practised  in  Cambridge.    Lord 

of  the  Manor  of  Herringswell,  Suffolk.    WiU  (P.C.C.)  Sept. 

1672.    Father  of  the  next  and  George  (1667-8).    (Venn,  1. 

281.) 
EADE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Mar.  11,  1657-8 

S.  of  Robert  (above).  B.  in  Cambridge.  Bapt.  at  Gt  St  Mary's, 

Feb.  26,  1643-4.   School,  Cambridge  (Mr  Whybro).   Matric. 

1658;  B.A.  1661-2;  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1665.  Fellow  of 

Trinity  Hall,  1665  (by  royal  mandate:  see  Coll.  Hist.,  153, 

where  he  is  wrongly  described).   In  holy  orders. 
EADE,  ROBERT.    Matric.  from  Queens',  Easter,  1720;  B.A. 

1722-3;  M.A.  1726.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  28,  1727. 
EDE,  W.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent,  1563-4. 


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Eade,  Zephaniah 

BADE,  ZEPHANIAH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  27,  i686. 
Of  Suflfolk.  Matric.  1686;  B.A  1689-90.  Ord.  priest  (Nor- 
wich) Sept.  1703.  R.  of  Blaxhall,  Suffolk,  1685-1737.  R. 
of  Stratford  St  Andrew,  1703-37.  C.  of  Butley.  Father  of 
Edmund  (1719). 

EADES,  see  EDES. 

EADMONDSON,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Sidney, 
June  12,  1669.  ist  s.  of  John,  clothier.  B.  at  Leeds,  Yorks. 
School,  Leeds.   Matric.  1669;  B.A.  1672-3. 

EADON,  see  also  EDEN. 

EADON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  May 
17,  1726.  Of  Yorkshire.  School,  York.  Matric.  1726; 
Scholar,  1726;  B.A.  1729-30.  LUt.  dim.  (York)  for  priest, 
July,  1 73 1. 

EAGLES,  see  EGLES. 

EAGLESTON,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peter- 
house,  Apr.  29,  1676.  Of  Durham.  Perhaps  s.  of  Joseph, 
of  Huntsanworth,  Durham.  Matric.  1676;  Scholar,  1676; 
B.A.  1679-80;  M.A.  1684.  P.C.  of  Lanchester,  Durham, 
1682-6.  Licensed  as  schoolmaster  at  Boldon,  1686.  (T.  A. 
Walker,  156;  Surtees,  Durham,  11.  367.) 

EALAND,  see  ELAND. 

BALES,  see  BLES. 

EARBERY,  MATTHIAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  2, 
1675-6.  S.  of  Edward,  of  London.  School,  Charterhouse. 
Matric.  1676;  B.A.  1679-80.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  6, 
1680;  priest  (Norwich)  Dec.  1685.  R.  of  Gt  Greenford, 
Middlesex,  1686-8.  V.  of  Hoveton,  Norfolk,  1687-1730.  V. 
of  Ne-itishead.  R.  of  Barsham,  Suffolk,  1730-5.  R.  of 
Woodton,  Norfolk,  1730-5.  A  non-juror.  Author,  theological. 
Perhaps  died  Oct.  3,  1740.   Father  of  the  next.   (G.  Mag.) 

EARBERY,  MATTHIAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
Jan.  16,  1705-6.  S.  of  Matthias  (above).  B.  at  Hoveton, 
Norfolk.  Matric.  1705-6;  B.A.  1710-r.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely) 
Mar.  16,  1711-2;  priest  (London)  Sept.  19,  1714. 

EARBBRY  or  ERBURY,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  from  Queens',  1624 
(Incorp.from Oxford).  M.A. 1626  Of  Glamorganshire.  Matric. 
from  Brasenose  College,  Nov.  2,  1621,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1623.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders  (Bristol)  Dec.  23, 
1626.  V.  of  St  Mary,  Cardiff,  1633.  Chaplain  in  the  Parlia- 
mentary army  under  Lord  Essex;  and  to  a  regiment  at 
Oxford,  1646.   Died  Apr.  1654     {Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

EARDLEY,  ANDREW,  see  YARDLBY. 

EARDLEY,  .    Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  1597-8. 

Probably  of  Yardley  or  F.ardley,  Staffs.   (Peile,  i.  227.) 

EARLE,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1640. 
Probably  s.  of  Christopher,  of  Sturminster  Marshall,  Dorset, 
and  Elisabeth,  dau.  of  Edward  Denny,  of  Hertfordshire. 
B.  in  Hertfordshire.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  2,  1641. 
Age  10  in  1634.   Married  and  had  issue    (Hutchins,  iii.  503.) 

EARLE,  DANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  24,  1669.  One 
of  these  names,  of  Normanton,  Notts.,  Esq.,  buried  there 
Dec.  15,  1676. 

EARLE,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  9, 
1649.  S.  of  Erasmus  (1609),  serjeant-at-law.  B.  at  Salle, 
Norfolk.  Schools,  Corpusty  (Mr  Watts)  and  Norwich  (Mr 
Lovering).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  4,  1648.  Of  Salle, 
Cawston  and  Heydon.  Buried  at  Salle,  Oct.  3,  1697.  Father 
of  Erasmus  (1685).    (Venn,  i.  374;  Blomefield,  vi.  246.) 

EARLE,  ERASMUS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1609.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Salle,  Norfolk,  gent.  B.  there,  1590. 
School,  Norwich.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  16,  1611. 
Bencher,  1635.  Reader,  1639.  M.P.  for  Norwich,  1647. 
Serjeant-at-Law,  1648  and  1660.  Recorder  of  Norwich, 
1649-63.  Died  Sept.  7,  1667,  aged  77.  M.I.  at  Heydon, 
Norfolk.  Father  of  Edward(above)  and  John(i64o).  (D.N.B.) 

EARLE,  ERASMUS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Pembroke, 
Sept.  18,  1684.  S.  of  John  (1640),  late  of  Wood  Dalling, 
Norfolk,  Esq.  Matric.  1686.  High  Sheriff  of  Norfolk,  1690. 
Died  Mar.  5,  1721,  aged  55.  M.I.  at  Heydon,  Norfolk. 
Brother  of  Ralph  (1672),  father  of  Erasmus  (1708).  (Blome- 
field, VI.  247.) 

EARLE,  ERASMUS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  Apr.  29, 
1685.  S.  of  Edward  (1649),  of  Salle,  Norfolk.  B.  at  Thurling 
(?Thuming),  Norfolk.  Died  Mar.  i,  1695-6,  aged  28.  M.I.  at 
Salle.    (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  iv.  170.) 

EARLE,  ERASMUS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Pembroke,  Mar.  16, 1708-g. 
S.  of  Erasmus  (1684),  of  Heydon,  Norfolk,  Esq.  Matric. 
1709.  Of  Heydon  Hall.  Died  at  Bath,  Oct.  19, 1728,  aged  35. 
M.I.  at  Heydon  where  he  was  buried. 

EARLE,  ERASMUS.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Pembroke, 
Jan.  2,  1743-4.  S.  of  Augustine,  of  Heydon,  Norfolk.  B.  at 
Whitehaven.  Matric.  1743-4;  B.A.  1747-8.  Fellow  of 
Peterhouse,  1748-51.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Dec.  19,  1743. 
Of  Heydon,  Norfolk.  Died  May,  1768.  Buried  at  Heydon, 
May  18.   (T.  A.  Walker,  290;  G.  Mag.) 

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Eason,  Samuel 

EARLE,  GEORGE.   Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1587. 

EARLE,  GILES.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  15,  1750.   Of  Middlesex.  School,  Eton. 

EARLE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Pembroke,  July  31, 1640. 

S.  of  Erasmus  (1609),  of  Salle,  Norfolk,  Esq.    Matric.  1641. 

Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  30,  1646-7.  Married  Sarah,  dau. 

of  Sir  John  Hare,  of  Stow  Bardolf,  Knt.  Buried  at  Wood 

Dalling,  1697.  Father  of  the  next  and  of  Erasmus  (1684). 
EARLE,   RALPH.    Adm.   Fell.-Com.   (age   16)   at   Pembroke, 

Mar.  28,  1672.  S.  of  John  (above),  of  Heydon,  Norfolk,  Esq. 

M.A.  1675  (Lit.  Reg.).    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1675.    Adm.  at 

Lincoln's  Inn,  Jan.  5, 1675-6.  Buried  at  Heydon,  May  9, 1679. 

Brother  of  Erasmus  (1684).   (Blomefield,  vi.  245.) 

EARLE,  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
Jan.  11,  1624-5.  S.  of  Augustine,  of  Stragglethorpe,  Lines. 
Schools,  Southwell  (Mr  Bayes)  and  Grantham  (Mr  Wilkin- 
son). Matric.  1625.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Jan.  27,  1626-7. 
Created  Baronet,  1629.  Sheriff  of  Lincolnshire,  1647.  Died 
Mar.  25,  1667,  aged  60.  Buried  at  Stragglethorpe.  M.I. 
(Peile,  I.  363;  Lines.  Pedigrees;  G.E.C.) 

EARL,  Sir  RICHARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  31, 
1688-9.  Of  Lincolnshire.  S.  of  Sir  Richard,  of  Straggle- 
thorpe, Bart.  B.  c.  1673.  Succeeded  as  baronet,  c.  1680. 
Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Jan.  12,  1690-1.  Died  Aug.  13, 
1697,  aged  24.  M.I.  at  Stragglethorpe.  (Lines.  Pedigrees; 
Le  Neve,  A/on.,  v.  182;  G.E.C^ 

EARLE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  June  28, 
1666.  1st  s.  of  [Christopher],  Esq.  B.  at  Topsfield,  Essex. 
School,  Felsted.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  27,  1666. 

EARLE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1690.  Of  Norfolk. 
Matric.  1690;  B.A.  1693-4. 

EARLE,  WALTER.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Nov. 
20,  1658.  Eldest  s.  of  Thomas.  B.  in  London.  School, 
St  Paul's.    Matric.  1658. 

EARLE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1586;  B.A. 
1589-90.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  13,  1591. 

EARLE,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  July, 
1618.  S.  of  Augustine,  of  Stragglethorpe,  Lines.  Died  at  Cam- 
bridge. Buried  at  Gt  St  Andrew's,  Apr.  2,  1620.  Brother 
of  Richard  (1624). 


EARL, 


Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  1665. 


EARLEY,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  1601;  B.A.  1605-6. 
Probably  ord.  priest  (^ork)  Sept.  1607,  as  John  Earle. 

EARNSHAW,  JOSHUA.  .\dm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  9, 

1743.  S.  of  James.  B.  at  Midhope,  Penistone,  Yorks.  School, 

Midhope   (Mr  Haigh).    Matric.    1743;   B.A.    1746-7.    Ord. 

deacon  (York)  June,  1748;  priest,  Sept.  1749.   V.  of  Ossett, 

Yorks.,  1753-98.    (Peile,  11.  244.) 
EARTHLBY,  EDWARD.  Probably  a  member  of  the  University. 

Author  of  Verses  on  the  death  of  the  Dukes  of  Suffolk  in  155 1. 

(Cooper,  I.  109.) 
BARTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Mar.  4,  1621-2. 

S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  London.    School,  Perse,  Cambridge. 

Matric.  1622,  as  'Carton.' 
BASDALL,  WILLIAM.  LL.B.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1614;  LL.D. 

1620.   Vicar-General  to  the  Archbishop  of  York.    Gave  £20 

to  Peterhouse  Chapel.    Will  (York)    1644.    (Coles  ^SS.; 

J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
BASDAY,  HENRY.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1638. 
EASINGTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1603. 
BSYNGTON,  ROBERT.   Canonicus.   B.Can.L.  1517-8. 
ESYNGWOLD,  RICHARD.   A  monk.   B.D.  1458-9- 
ESYNGWOLD,  RICHARD.   B.D.  1464-5  (perhaps  the  above). 

ESYNGWOLD, .   B.A.  1465-6. 

EASON  and  EASTON,  see  also  ESTON. 

EASON  or  EASTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Emmanuel, 
Oct.  28,  1597.    Matric.  1597. 

EASON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs.  1598. 
Of  Kent. 

EASON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  19,  1634-  Of 
Middlesex.  Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637-8;  M.A.  1641  Perhaps 
ejected  from  Pett,  Sussex,  in  1662;  and  father  of  the  next. 

EASTON  or  ESTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  St  John's, 
Sept.  17, 1673.  S.  of  John  (?  above),  of  Pett,  Sussex.  B.  there. 
School,  Peterborough.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A.  i68i. 

BASON  or  ESSON,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  18, 
1636.   Of  Sussex.   Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1639-40. 

EAST,  see  also  EST. 

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East,  Henry 

EAST,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  July,  i7i4. 
B.  at  VVingham,  Kent,  1693.  Migrated  to  Clare,  Mar.  21, 
1714-5.  B.A.  1716-7.  Fellow  of  Clare,  1718  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  June  8,  1718.  Minister  at  Elstow,  Beds.  Buried  there 
Jan.  15,  1719-20.    (W.  M.  Noble.) 

EAST,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Magdalene,  May  23, 1665. 
S.  of  Edward,  deceased,  of  Orton,  Northants.  School, 
Kettering.   Matric.  1665. 

EAST,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Dec.  28,  1627.  Of 
Bedfordshire. 

EAST,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  May  19, 
1636.  S.  of  Nicholas,  yeoman.  B.  at  Stanford,  Beds.  Seiool, 
(private,  Mr  Bedford).  Matric.  1636;  B.A.  1639-40;  M.A. 
1643.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  28,  1641.  Minister  of 
Bromham,  Beds.,  and  Houghton  Conquest,  in  1646.  Married 
Lucia,  dau.  of  Lewis  Conquest,  Esq. 

EAST,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  7,  i575- 
Of  Wimpole,  Cambs.  S.  of  Alexander,  gent.  Schools,  God- 
manchester  and  Ely.   Matric.  1575. 

EAST,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Aug.  13,  1628. 
S.  of  Thomas,  Esq.  B.  at  Hitchin,  Herts.  School,  St  Ives. 

EAST,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Lent,i7i3-4. 
S.  of  William,  of  the  Middle  Temple.  Adm.  at  the  Middle 
Temple,  Feb.  23,  1713-4.  Of  Hall  Place,  Hurley,  Berks. 
One  of  the  Commissioners  of  the  Wine  Licence  Office,  1720-7. 
M.P.  for  St  Mawes,  1728.  Married  Anne,  dau.  of  Sir  George 
Cook,  of  Middlesex.  Died  Nov.  7,  1737,  aged  42.  (Burke, 
Ext.  Bart.;  Misc.  Gen.  et  Her.,  2nd  S.,  iv.  152;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

EAST,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1715.  Of  London. 

Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Southwark,  gent.;  adm.  at  the 

Inner  Temple,  1715. 
EAST,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  11,  1725. 

Surgeon  in  London. 

EAST, .   Resident  student  at  Christ's,  1556-7. 

EASTBURNE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  i, 

1676.  Of  Yorkshire.   Matric.  1676,  as  Isbum. 
EASTCHURCH,  HENRY.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  May 

27,  1669.    ist  s.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Bishops teign ton,  Devon. 

B.  at  St  GUes',  Devon.    School,  Ashburton  (Mr  Tidball). 

Matric.  1669. 
EASTERBY,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1613;  B.A.  1616-7;  M.A.  1620.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar. 

12;  priest,  Mar.  13,  1619-20,  as  'fellow  of  Magdalene.'   R.  of 

Hatclifie,  Lines.,  1621-9. 
EASTERBY  or  ESTERBIE,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  May 

25,    1621.    S.   of   Robert,   pent.    B.   at  Seaham,   Durham. 

School,  Newcastle.   B.A.  1624-5.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  June, 

1625;  priest,  June,  1626.    Probably  the  'Preacher  of  God's 

Word  at  Seaham.'   Buried  there  May  20,  1661. 
EASTFIELD,  WILLIAM.    Scholar  and  feUow  of  King's  Hall, 

1472-98;  B.Can.L.  1475-6.    R.  of  Wimpole,  Cambs.,  1474. 

EASTGATE,  JOHN.   A  friar.   B.Civ.L.  1482-3. 
ESTGATE, .  Scholar  at  King's  Hall,  1538-42. 

EASTHORPE  or  ESTHORPE,  BRIAN.  Adm.  at  King's,  a 
scholar  from  Eton,  1471;  M.A.  1478-9.  Chaplain  to  the 
Bishop  of  Winchester.    (Harwood.) 

EASTHORPE  or  ESTROP,  REUBEN.  Matric  pens,  from 
Christ's,  Michs.  1615;  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  May  7;  priest.  May  27,  1621.  R.  of  Holme  Pierre- 
pont,  Notts.,  1625-9.  R.  of  Brant  Broughton,  Lines.,  1629. 
One  of  these  names  minister  of  the  Durham  classis,  1645; 
appointed  to  Houghton-le-Spring.  {PeiU,  i.  303;  H.  I. 
Longden.) 

EASTLAND,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Pembroke,  June  26, 
1710.  S.  of  John,  of  Bransby,  Lines.,  gent.  Matric.  1710-1; 
B.A.  1714-5-  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  1715;  priest, 
May  27,  1716.  R.  of  Hanworth,  Lines  ,  1716.  C.  of  Hack- 
thorn,  1716. 

EASTLAND,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Dec.  30,  1731. 

Of  Nottinghamshire.    Matric.   1735;  Scholar;  LL.B.   1738. 

Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  17,  1739;  priest,  Feb.  22,  1740-1. 
EASTOFT,  see  ESTOFT. 
EASTON,  see  EASON  and  also  ESTON. 
EASTWICK  or  ESTWICK,  JOHN.    Adm    pens,  at  Emmanuel, 

May  5,  1652.    Of  London.    B.A.  1655-6;  M.A.  (University 

College,  Oxford)  1658-9. 

ESTWICKE.  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Tune, 
1602.  B.  at  Harrowden,  Northants.  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609; 
B.D.  1616.  Fellow,  1609-18.  R.  of  Barnwell  All  Saints', 
Northants.,  1617.  R.  of  Warkton,  1617-58.  Author, 
Sermons.   Buried  at  Warkton,  Sept.  9,  1658.   (PeiU,  1.  241.) 

ESTWICK,  RICHARD.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Queens', 
Easter,  1580.   Of  Bedfordshire. 


Eaton,  Nathaniel 

EASTWICK,  WESTERNE   {alias  WEAVER).    Adm.   sizar  at 

Queens',  July,  1613. 
EATON,  see  also  EYTON  and  HEATON. 

EATON,  BYROM.  D.D.  1671  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Samuel,  R.  of  Grappenhall,  Cheshire.  Bapt.  there,  Feb.  6, 
1613.  Matric.  from  Brasenose,  Oxford,  Feb.  21,  1633-4,  age 
20;  B.A.  1635;  M.A.  1641;  B.D  1648;  D.D.  1660.  FeUow 
of  Brasenose,  1641.  Proctor,  1646.  Principal  of  Gloucester 
Hall,  1662-92.  R.  of  Nuneham  Courtney,  Oxon.,  1660. 
Archdeacon  of  Stow,  Lines.,  1677-83;  and  of  Leicester,  1683. 
Died  1703.  Will  proved  (Oxford)  1704.  (Vis.  of  Yorks.,  1666; 
Al.  Oxon.) 

EATON,  CENRICKE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1564. 

ETON,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  (age  19)  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  May  17,  1532.  Of  Atherstone,  Waiws.  Left 
before  1534. 

EATON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  16, 
1729.  S.  of  Peter,  of  Derbv-shire.  B.  at  Raynor.  School, 
Chesterfield  (Mr  Burrow).   Matric.  1729;  B.A.  1732-3- 

ETON,  GILBERT.   B.Can.L.  1515-6- 

EATON,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  May  16, 
1715.  S.  of  Henry.  B.  in  Cheshire.  School,  Northwich. 
Matric.  1715;  B.A.  1718-9. 

EATON,  JOHN.  'B.A.  Cambridge;  24  years  in  theology';  In- 
corp. at  Oxford,  1572.  (No  such  graduate  foimd.)  B.D. 
Oxford,  1572.    {See  Al.  Oxon.) 

EATON,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1580.  B. 
in  St  Laurence,  Old  Jewry.  B.A.  1583-4;  M..^.  1587.  Ord. 
deacon  (London)  Jan.  12,  I59i-2,age26.  C.of  StChristopher- 
le-Stocks,  London.  R.  of  South  Hanningfield,  Essex,  1598- 
1638.  Died  1638.  Will  (Consist.  C.  London)  1639.  (A 
contemporary  in  Al.  Oxon.) 

EATON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1628;  B.A. 
1632-3.  One  of  these  names  C.  of  Ravensden,  Beds.,  in  1640; 
and  V.  of  Old  Warden,  1665-73.  Buried  there  Jan.  18,1672-3. 
(W.  M.  Noble.) 

EATON,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1666;  B.A. 

1670-1.  Signs  for  deacon's  orders  (London)  Mar.  13,  1673-4 ; 

C.  of  Dagenham,  Essex. 
EATON,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Ql-eens',  Nov.  2,  1721. 

Of  Cheshire.    Perhaps  s.  of  Richard,  of  Budworth,  Cheshire. 

Matric.  at  Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  May  11,  1724,  age  18; 

B.A.  (Oxford)  1727-8;  M..^.  1730.    Incorp.  at  Cambridge, 

1737.    {Al.  Oxon.) 
EATON,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1730.   S.  of 

John.    B.  at  Amersham,  Bucks.,  1711.    Colleger  at  Eton, 

1728-30.  One  of  these  names  (M.A.)  R.  of  .Amersham,  Bucks., 

1746-53;  resigned.   Perhaps  admon.  (P.C.C.)  1761;  of  Steeple 

.\ston,  clerk. 
EATON,  JONATHAN.   Adm.  sizar  at  EMMANirEL,  Mar.  1630-1. 

Of  Cheshire.    Doubtless  6th  s.  of  Richard  (?  1566),  V.  of  Gt 

Budworth,  Cheshire.  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1633-4.  Brother  of 

Samuel  (1620-1)  and  Nathaniel  (1629-30). 
EATON,  JOSEPH.   Adra.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Pembroke,  May  25, 

1675.    S.  of  John,  of  Eaton,  Cheshire,  gent.    Matric.  1675. 

Adm.  student  at  Leyden,  Oct.  9,   1685.    M.D.  of  Lcyden, 

1686.  Previously  a  nonconformist  minister.  .\dm.  Licentiate 

R.C.P.  1713.  Practised  at  Macclesfield  and  elsewhere.  {Munk, 

II.  38.) 
EATON,  LAURENCE.     'B.A.  of  Christ's,'  when  ord.  deacon 

(Peterb.)  June  11,  1620;  and  priest,  Mar.  17,  1621-2  (not 

found  in  our  records). 
EATON,  MATTHEW.    'B.A.  of  Trinity,'  when  ord.  deacon 

(Peterb.)  Sept.  21,  1585;  priest.  Mar.  27,  1586.    Probably 

V.  of  Old  Warden,  Beds.    Buried  there  Oct.  22,  1639.    Not 

found  in  our  records.    (H.  I.  Longden.) 

EATON,  MATTHEW.  Matric.  pens,  (age  17)  from  Pembroke, 
Michs.  1657.  S.  of  John,  farmer.  B.  at  Congleton,  Cheshire. 
B.A.  1658-9;  M.A.  1662.  Fellow,  1662-7.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  10,  1660-1.  R.  of  Shipdham,  Norfolk,  1667- 
1673- 

EATON,  NATHANIEL.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Lent, 
1629-30.  Scholar  from  Westminster,  1630.  5th  s.  of  Richard 
(?  1566),  V.  of  Gt  Budworth,  Cheshire.  B.  1609.  Obtained  a 
license  to  pass  to  Leyden,  1632;  'age  22;  resident  in  the  house 
of  MrTheophilus  Eaton  in  London.'  After  a  visit  toFraneker, 
in  Holland,  he  went  to  New  England,  1637.  First  Master  of 
the  School  at  Cambridge,  Mass.,  which  was  afterwards 
organized  as  Harvard  Colleee,  1638-9;  dismissed  for  cruelty. 
Absconded  to  England.  Ph.D.  and  M.D.  Padua,  1647.  V.  of 
Bishop's  Castle,  Salop,  1661.  R.  of  Bideford,  Devon,  1668. 
Died  a  prisoner  for  debt,  1674.  Brother  of  Jonathan  (1630-1), 
of  Samuel  (1620-1)  and  of  Theophilus,  the  founder  of  New 
Haven.    {Al.  Weslmon.;  D.N.B.;  FeU,  388.) 


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Eaton,  Ralph 

ETON  or  HETTON,  RALPH.  B.A.  1484-5;  M.  A.  1488.  Fellow  of 
Clare,  1486.  V.  of  Linton,  Cambs.,  1490.  K.  of  Duxford 
St  Peter,  1526. 

EATON,  REGINALD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Oct.  23, 
1577.  S.  of  John,  of  Southwell,  Notts.  Chorister  at  South- 
well. Matric.  X577-8,  as  Aeton.  Went  to  Douay  College, 
1586.  Ord.  priest  (Rheims)  1587.  Entered  the  Jesuit  Society, 
1610.  Missioner  in  St  Francis  Xavier  College,  1637-41.  Died 
there  Mar.  23,  1641.   (I'enn,  i.  93;  Foley,  Records,  vii.  218.) 

EATON.  RICHARD.  Matric.  sirar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1566. 
Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C  C.)  1617.  He  was  of  Bud- 
worth,  Cheshire,  clerk;  sons  Theophilus,  Samuel,  Nathaniel, 
Jonathan.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

EATON,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  27.  1725. 
Of  Utxlfordshire.  S.  of  Alderman  Eaton,  of  E>erby.  School, 
Derby.  Matric.  1726;  B..A.  1729-30.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln) 
July  I,  1733.  R.  of  Downham,  Norfolk,  1733-79.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1779.    {Derby  School  Reg.) 

ETON,  ROBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Easter,  1545. 

EATON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  22)  at  Christ's,  Apr.  lo, 
1646.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  High  Walton,  Cheshire.  School, 
Prescott  (Mr  Tyrer).  Matric.  1646.  Resided  seven  years. 
Created  M.A.  at  All  Souls,  Oxford,  1653.  Master  of  Dedbam 
School,  Essex,  in  1649.  Perhaps  R.  of  Inworth,  Essex,  1654. 
Removed  to  Walton,  Lanes.;  ejected,  1660.  Chaplain  to 
Lord  Delamere.  Preacher  at  Prestwich.  Died  in  Manchester, 
Aug.  I,  1701.   {Catamy,  11.  108;  PeiU,  I.  504;  Al.  Ozcm.) 

EATON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Jesus,  Apr.  19,  1671. 
of  Lancashire.  Matric.  from  St  Edmund  Hall,  Oxford,  July 
27,  1672.  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1674-5.   (-l'-  Oxcm.) 

EATON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Jesus,  June  22,  1674. 
Of  Cheshire.  Probably  s.  of  Robert,  V.  of  Daresbury, 
Warrington.    Matric.  1674. 

EATON,  SAMUEL.  Matric  sitar  from  Magdalene,  Lent,  1620- 
I.  S.  of  Richard  (?  1566),  V.  of  Gt  Budworth,  Cheshire. 
B.A.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  de.^con  (Peterb.)  Dec.  18; 
priest,  Dec.  19,  1625.  Went  to  New  England,  1637,  with  his 
brother  Theophilus,  as  pastor  at  New  Haven,  Connecticut; 
returned,  1640.  Assistant  to  the  Parliamentary  commis- 
sioners of  Cheshire.  Afterwards  a  minister  at  Dukinfield, 
Cheshire.  Died  at  Denton,  Lanes.,  Jan.  9,  1664-5.  Buried 
in  the  Chapel  there.  Brother  of  Nathaniel  (1629-30)  and 
Jonathan  (1630-1).   {D.N.B.;  F.M.G.,  1152;  J.  G.  Bartlett.) 

EATON,  SIMON.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1632. 

EATON,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Michs.  1573. 

EATON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1584. 
Of  London.  Probably  B.K.  1589-90.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Mar.  7;  priest.  Mar.  8,  1595.  R.  of  Brocklesby,  Lines.,  1604- 
19.    CB.A.') 

EATON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1613; 
B.\.  1616-7;  M..A.  1620.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Oct.  30; 
priest,  Dec.  21,  1617.  V.  of  Goxhill,  Lines.,  1619.  R.  of 
Brocklesby.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Maxey,  Northants., 
1645.   Buried  there  May  7,  1678. 

EATON,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1632  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  London.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church,  July  2, 
1624,  age  19;  B..\.  (Hart  Hall)  1627;  M.A.  1630.  Perhaps 
K.  of  Westenhanger,  Kent,  1636.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

ETON,  WILLIAM.  R.  of  Bletchley,  Bucks.,  1420.  Resident 
pensioner  at  Peterhouse,  1425-6.  Pays  13s.  ^d.  for  his 
chamber,    (r.  A.  Walker.) 

EATON,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1633; 
B..\.  1635-6;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1639.  Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Mar.  9,  1638-9;  priest,  E)ec.  22,  1639.  V.  of 
Happisburgh,  Norfolk,  1638-g.  V.  of  Franisden,  Suffolk, 
1639-41.  R.  of  Catfield,  Norfolk,  1640.  R.  of  Drayton,  1640- 
1662. 

EATON,  WILLIAM.   \Am.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Dec.  23, 

1663.   S.  of  William,  farmer,  of  Littleport,  Cambs.   B.  there. 

School,  Little  Wratting.    Matric.  1664;  B..\.  1667-8;  M..A. 

1675.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept.  24,  1670. 

EATON, .   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christ:,  1569. 

EBOT,  BENJAMIN  (1696),  s«  IBBOT. 

EBBOOTS,  JOHN.   .KAm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  July  2,  1592. 

EBDEN,  see  also  HEBDEN. 

EBDEN,  GEORGE.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1576. 

EBDEN,  JOHN.    B..A..  1543-4;  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1547; 

D.D.  1564.   Fellow  of  Peterhouse,  1547-54.   Junior  Proctor, 

1550-1.    Ord.  priest  (Ely)  July  7,  1560,  as  Hebden.    Preb. 

of  Sarum.    Preb.  of  York,   1552.    Preb.  of  Ely,  1559-60. 

.Archdeacon  of  Durham,  1560-2.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1562-96. 

Preb.  of  Winchester,  1562-1612.  Archdeacon  of  Winchester, 

1571-75-    Died  Nov.  16,  1614,  aged  98.    M.I.  in  Magdalen 

Hospital,  Winchester.    (H.  M.  Wood.) 


Eddey,  William 

EBDEN,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  1565 ;  B.A.  1568-9. 
EBDON,  ROBERT.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1571, 
EBDEN,  THOMAS.   Matric.  sizar  from  Caius,  Lent,  1580-1. 
EBDYN, .   Sizar  at  Peterhouse,  1546-7. 

EBRALL,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Mar.  14,  1683-4. 

Of  Gayton,  Northants.   Matric.  1683-4;  B.A.  1687-8. 
EBURNE,  see  also  HEBBURN. 

EBURNE,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter,  1580; 

B..\.  1583-4.   V.  of 'Freston,' Lines.,  1595. 
EBURNE,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Oct.  3, 

1663.    S.  of  Richard,  of  St  Antholin's,  London.    B.  there. 

School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Signs  for  deacon's  orders  (London) 

Mar.  1,  1666-7;  for  priest's,  June  1,  1667.    R.  of  Stocking 

Pelham,  Herts.,  1667. 

ECCLES,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  13,  1732-3. 
Of  Lancashire.    Matric.  1732-3;  B.A.  1736-7;  M.A.  1740. 

ECCLES,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  29, 
1723.  S.  of  Joseph,  farmer,  of  Yorkshire  B.  at  Coley,  near 
Halifax.  School,  Hipporholme  (Mr  Sharpe).  Matric.  1723; 
B.A.  1726-7.   V.  of  Rotherham,  Yorks.,  1733-4.   Died  1734. 

ECCLES  or  EGLES,  THOMAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Michs.  1582;  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1586-7.  Ord.  deacon  and 
priest  (Peterb.)  Apr.  9,  1587.  Will  of  one  of  these  names 
(York)  1612;  of  Adwick-le-Street,  Yorks.,  clerk.  (J.  Ch. 
Smith.) 

ECCLESHALL,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  June  21, 
1650.  Of  Staffordshire.  Matric.  1650;  B.A.  1653-4.  Lecturer 
at  Dudley,  Staffs.,  1654.  V.  of  Sedgley,  1657-62;  ejected. 
Afterwards  preached  in  Staffordshire.  Buried  at  Sedgley, 
Dec.  22,  1692.   {Calamy,  11.  401;  W'm.  Salt  Arch.  Soc.,  1915.) 

ECCLESTON,  see  aUo  EGLESTON. 

ECCLESTON  or  EGLVSTON,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  at  King's, 
a  scholar  from  Eton,  1490.  According  to  Harwood  he  was 
D.D.  Cole  seems  to  identify  him  with  John  (1493-4). 

ECCLESTON,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  \y, 
1662.  Of  Lancashire.  S.  of  William,  of  Chamock  Richards. 
School,  Manchester.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  B.A.  (Lincoln 
College)  1665.  R.  of  OldSevenford,  Worcs.,  1673.  (Al.Oxon.; 
Mumford,  M anchester  Gr.  School.) 

ECCLESTON,  HENRY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1477;  B.A.  14SCK-1;  M.A.  1485,  as  Egleston. 

ECCLESTON,  JOHN.  B.A.  1493-4;  M.A.  1497-8;  B.D.  1503-4; 
D.D.  1505-6.  Master  of  Jesus  College,  1506-16.  Appointed 
by  the  crown  (Bishopric  of  Ely  being  vacant).  Vice-Chan- 
cellor, 1506,  1514,  1515.  R.  of  Gt  Shelford,  Cambs.,  in  1505. 
Chancellor  of  Ely.  Died  Feb.  15 15-6.  (Coo/)«',  1. 17;. A.Gray.) 

ECCLESTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i7j  at  Christ's,  Apr.  23, 
1629.  S.  of  Robert.  B.  in  London.  School,  London.  Matric. 
1629.  Resided  four  years.  Probably  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of 
Laundon,  Bucks.,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  28, 1633. 
{PeiU,  I.  399.) 

ECCLESTON,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  May  2, 
1632.  S.  of  Robert,  Esq  ,  of  Laundon  Grange,  Bucks. 
School,  Aldermanbury  (Mr  Ezek.  Woodward).  Matric.  1632; 
B.A.  from  Magdalene,  1635-6;  M.A.  1639. 

ECCLESTON,  THOMAS.   Adm.  at  King's,  Lent,  1564-5. 

ECKERSHALL,  ELIAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  3, 
15Q5-6    Matric.  1596;  B.A.  1603-4. 

ECKERSALL,  JAMES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 
1577-8. 

ECKARSALL,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel.  Michs.  1584. 
Matric.  1584;  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1593  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1591.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  5,  1595. 

ECKLEY.  BENJAMIN.  M.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1728  S.  of 
Richard,  of  Worcestershire.  Matric.  at  Merton  College, 
Oxford,  Feb.  28,  1720-1,  age  17;  B.A.  (Exeter,  Oxford) 
1724-5- 

ECOPPE,  GEORGE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  July  7,  1623.  S.  of 
William.  B.  at  Mansfield,  Notts.  School,  Richmond,  Yorks. 
(Mr  Bathurst).  Matric.  1624;  B  A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1637.  R. 
of  St  Pancras,  Soper  Lane,  London,  1636-43;  sequestered. 
{PeiU,  I.  354-) 

ECOPPE,  WILLIAM   B.Can.L.  c.  1464;  resident  before  1454. 

EDBOROUGH,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  18, 
1712.  Of  Kent.  Matric.  1712;  B.A.  1715-6.  Ord.  deacon 
(Lincoln)  Mar.  5,  1720-1.  Doubtless  V.  of  Waldershare, 
Kent,  1738-^.   Died  Oct.  1739    {L.  Mag.) 

EDDEY  or  EDDYE,  WILLIAM  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Michs.  1579.  B.  atBristoL  B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1582-3; 
M.A.  from  Trinity,  1586.  V.  of  Cranbrook,  Kent,  1591-1616, 
Married  (i)  Mary  Fosten,  Nov.  20,  1587,  (2)  Sarah  Tayler, 
widow,  Feb.  22, 1613-4.  Buried  at  Cranbrook,  Nov.  23,  i6i6. 
(H.  G.  Harrison.) 

83  6—2 


Eddowes,  Richard 

EDDOWES,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
May  18,  1750.  S.  of  William,  box  maker.  B.  at  Dillon. 
School,  Dillon  (Mr  Slade).  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  i754-  Ord. 
deacon  (Lichfield)  June  9,  1754;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1755-  C.  of 
Ravenstone,  Derbs.    (Scott -Mayor,  iii.  596.) 

EDDOWES,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Easter,  1688; 
B.A.  1691-2. 

EDEN,  ALEXIUS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  June  25, 
1651.  S.  of  Colonel  Robert,  of  West  Auckland  and  Windles- 
ton.  B.  in  Co.  Durham.  School,  Gisbome,  Yorks.  (Mr  Smelt). 
Matric.  1651.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  June  23,  1653.  Married 
Eleanor,  dau.  of  John  Hodgson,  of  Manor  House,  Co.  Durham. 
Died  s.p.  (Peile,  i.  544;  Vis.  of  Dur)mm,  1666;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

EDEN,  CHARLES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse  July  8,  1618. 
Of  Thetford,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1618-9;  Scholar,  1619;  B.A. 
1621-2;  M.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1625.  Fellow  of  Trinity 
HaU,  1624-42.  Senior  Proctor,  1645-6.  V.  of  Wood  Dalling 
and  Swannington,  Norfolk.  Commissary,  1638.  V.  of 
Wethersfield,  Essex,  till  1642.  Buried  at  St  Edward's, 
Cambridge,  Feb.  26,  1647-8.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1647. 
{T.A.  Walker,  10.) 

EDEN,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  June  22, 
1659.  S.  of  Henry,  Esq.,  of  Shincliffe.  Bapt.  at  St  Oswald's, 
Durham,  Mar.  25,  1642.  School,  Newcastle.  Matric.  1659; 
B.A.  1662;  M.D.  1669  {Lit.  Reg.)  as  'Edes.'  Buried  at 
St  Oswald's,  Durham,  July  29,  1702.  Father  of  the  next. 
(H.  M.  Wood.) 

EDEN,  HENRY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  May  3,  1693. 
S.  of  Henry  (above).  B.  at  Durham.  Bapt.  at  St  Oswald's, 
Sept.  1676.  School,  Durham  (Mr  Tho.  Rudd).  Matric.  1693; 
Scholar,  1695;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700;  B.D.  1708.  Fellow. 
1699.  Taxor,  1702.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  June  29,  1701; 
priest,  Apr.  12,  1702.  Buried  at  St  Oswald's,  Durham,  June 
9,  1711.   Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  i7it.    (H.  M.  Wood.) 

EDEN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  13,  1611. 

EDEN,  JOHN.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Emmanuel,  1624.  Matric. 
pens.  1624.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1587),  of 
Sudbury  and  of  Ballingdon,  Essex,  Knt.  Age4ini6ii.  Adm. 
at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  26, 1626.  Of  Ballingdon,  Esq.  Married 
Anne,  dau.  of  Richard  Harlakenden,  Esq.,  1629.  Buried  in 
Sudbury  Church.  Probably  brother  of  William  (1632).  (Vis. 
of  Essex,  1634;  J.  J.  Howard,  Vis.  of  Suffolk.) 

EDEN,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  12,  i63S;''readm. 
as  Fell. -Com.  July  8,  1635.  Of  Durham.  Probably  s.  of 
Robert,  of  Windlestone,  Diurham.  B.  Aug.  17,  1616.  Of 
West  Auckland.  Married  Catharine,  dau.  of  Sir  Thomas 
Layton,  Knt.  Buried  at  St  Helen's,  Auckland,  1673.  Father 
of  Layton  (1670).   {Vis.  of  Durham,  1666;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

EDEN,  LAYTON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  30, 
1670.  S.  of  John  (above),  of  West  Auckland,  Durham.  B.  at 
Layton,  Yorks.  (his  mother's  home).  School,  Brignall. 
Matric.  1670;  Scholar,  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A.  1677.  Ord. 
deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  19,  1675.  V.  of  Hartbum,  North- 
umberland, 1685-1735.  Buried  there  Dec.  11,  1735.  Father 
of  the  next  and  William  (1698).  (T.  A.  Walker,  141;  Vis.  of 
Durham,  1666.) 

EDEN,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Peterhouse,  Apr.  11, 
1705.  Of  Northumberland.  S.  of  Layton  (above).  Bapt.  at 
Hartbum,  June  11,  1687.  School,  Houghton -le-Spring, 
Durham.  Scholar,  1705;  Matric.  1705-6.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
June,  1718;  priest,  May,  1719.  P.C.  of  St  Margaret,  Durham, 
1722-32;  deprived.  Died  in  Yorkshire.  (7".  A.  Walker; 
Pedigree  in  Hutchinson,  Durham,  iii;  H.  M.  Wood.) 

EDEN,  RICHARD.  B.Can.L.  1519-20;  D.Can.L.  (on  Wolsey's 
visit)  1520.  Possibly  of  King's  Hall,  1508-14.  R.  of  Gt 
Waldringfield,  Suffolk,  1508-45.  R.  of  Gestingthorpe,  Essex, 
1 5 14-6.  V.  of  St  Gregory  and  St  Peter,  Sudbury,  Suffolk, 
1516-51.  Archdeaconof  Middlesex,  15 16-5 1.  Preb.  of  Sarum, 
1518-51.  R.  of  Dickleburgh,  Norfolk,  1531-51.  Warden  of  the 
College  of  St  Gregory,  Sudbury,  till  the  surrender,  1 544.  Preb. 
of  Tettenhall,  Staffs.,  1533-48.  Died  1551.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
printed  in  Howard's  Vis.  of  Suffolk.    (Cooper,  i.  104.) 

EDEN  or  IDEN,  RICHARD.  Studied  at  Queens',  under  Sir 
Thomas  Smith.  B.  in  Herefordshire,  c.  1521.  Scholar  of 
Christ's,  1535-7;  B.A.  1538-9;  M.A.  1544.  Held  a  position 
in  the  Treasury,  1544-6.  Secretary  to  Sir  W.  Cecil.  In  France 
and  Germany,  1562-9.  Returned  to  England,  1569.  Perhaps 
M.P.  for  Sudbury,  1572.  Distinguished  as  a  translator  of 
travels  and  other  historical  works.   Died  in  1576.   (D.N.B.) 

EDEN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Lent, 
1557-8;  Scholar,  June  1,  1561.  Doubtless  of  Hanningfield, 
Essex.  S.  of  Thomas,  of  Sudbury.  Will  proved  (Consist.  C. 
London)  1604;  leaves  plate  to  Dr  CoweU,  Master  of  Trinity 
Hall.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1551),  father  of  Thomas  (1593). 
(Vis.  of  Essex,  1634;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

EDEN,  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1610. 
Of  Durham.  Perhaps  Colonel  Ro.  Eden  buried  at  St  Helen's, 
Auckland,  1662.   (H.  M.  Wood.) 


Edes,  William 

EDEN,   ROBERT.    M.A.    1734   (Incorp.  from  Oxford).    S.  of 
Robert,   of   Newcastle,   merchant.     Bapt.   at   All   Saints', 
Newcastle,  Aug.  26,  1701.    Matric.  from  Brasenose  College, 
Feb.  21,  1716-7,  age  15;  B.A.  (Lincoln  College)  1720;  M.A. 
(University)  1723;  B.D.  i734-5;  D-D-  i754-   Proctor,  1733. 
Archdeacon  of  Winchester,   1743-9-    Preb.   of  Worcester, 
1747-56.   Preb.  of  Winchester,  1749-59.  Died  July  11,  1759. 
Buried  in  Winchester  Cathedral.    Admon.  (P.C.C.)   1759. 
(Al.  Oxon.) 
EDEN,   THOMAS.     Matric.    Fell.-Com.   from   Trinity   Hall, 
Easter,  1551.    S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Sudbury,  Suffolk. 
Of  Sudbury,  Knt.    High  Sheriff,  1596.    Knighted,  July  23, 
1603.    Died  June  30,  1614.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1614.   Brother  of 
Richard  (1537-8),  father  of  the  next.   (Vis.  of  Essex,  1634; 
J.  J.  Howard,  Vis.  of  Suffolk.) 
EDEN,  THOMAS.   Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1587. 
S.  and  h.  of  Thomas  (above),  of  Sudbury,  Suffolk,  Esq. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  23,  1589.  Knighted,  June  29,  1604. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Bryan  Darcy,  of  Essex,  Esq.    Died 
Jan.  12,  1616.    Will  (P.C.C.)  1616.    Perhaps  father  of  John 
(1624)  and  WiUiam  (1632).   (Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 
EDEN,  THOMAS.   Adm.  at  Pembroke,  c.  1593.   S.  of  Richard 
(i557_8),  of  South  Hanningfield,  Essex.   Scholar  of  Trinity 
Hall,  1596;  LL.B.  1600;  LL.D.  1614.    FeUow,  1599-1626. 
Master,  1626-45.   Professor  of  Law,  Gresham  College,  1613- 
40.   Admitted  advocate,  Nov.  4,  1615.   Master  in  Chancery, 
1625.    M.P.  for  the  University,   1626,  1628,  1640  (twice). 
Chancellor  of  diocese  of  Ely,  1630.  Member  of  the  Admiralty 
Committee,  1645.    Died  in  London,  July  18,  1645.    Buried 
in  Trinity  HaU  ChapeL   Benefactor.   Will,  P.C.C.    (D.N.B.; 
Trin.  Hall.  Coll.  Hist.,  135;  Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 
EDEN,  THOMAS.    Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  9, 
1700-1.  S.  of  Sir  Robert,  Bart.,  of  West  Auckland.   Bapt. 
at  St  Helen's,  Sept.  27,  1682.    School,  Newcastle.    Matric. 
1699;  LL.B.  1705;  LL.D.  1711.  Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  June 
3,  1707;  priest,  Sept.  21,  1707.    R.  of  Winston,  Durham, 
1709-54.    Preb.  of  Durham,  1711-54.    R.  of  Brancepeth, 
1749.   Married,  at  St  Mary-le-Bow,  Durham,  Aug.  19,  1731. 
Dorothy  Shafto,  widow  of  Robert,  of  Whitworth.    Died 
Mar.  3, 1754,  aged  71.  Buried  in  Durham  Cathedral.  (Burke; 
H.  M.  Wood.) 
EDEN,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Aug.  22,  1590. 
EDEN,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1619. 
Of  Northamptonshire.  B.A.  1624.  Ord.  deacon  (York)  June, 
1626;  priest,  Feb.  1626-7. 
EDEN,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  10,  1632. 
Of  Suffolk.  Matric.  1633.  Probably  s.  of  Sir  Thomas  (1587), 
of  Sudbury,   Knt.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Jime  2,  1635. 
Probably  brother  of  John  (1624). 
EDEN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse,  July  7, 
1698.    Of  Durham.    S.  of  Layton  (1670),  V.  of  Hartbum. 
School,   Ryton.    Scholar,   1698.    M.A.   1702   (Incorp.  from 
Glasgow).  Student  at  Glasgow  for  four  years.  B.A.  (Glasgow) 
1697;  M.A.  1702.    Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept    21,  1701; 
priest,  Sept.  19,  1703.   P.C.  of  St  Helen,  Auckland,  1703-14. 
V.  of  Stockton,  1714-5.    R.  of  Elwick,  1715-41-    V.  of  St 
Nicholas,  Durham,  1720-2.   Died  1741.   (T.  A.Walker,  201.) 

EDEN, .  Adm.  sizar  at  King's,  Lent,  1576-7. 

EDEN, .  Pens,  at  Peterhouse,  1587-8. 

EDENHAM,  JOHN,  see  EDIMAN. 

EDERMAN,  FRANCIS.   Licensed  to  practise  surgery,  1562. 
EEDES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1687.  Of  Warwick- 
shire.  M.B.  1694. 
EDES,  HENRY.   M.D.  1669  (Lit.  Reg.),  see  EDEN. 
EDES,  HENRY.   Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1646.   Of 
Suffolk.  Migrated  to  Oxford    B.A.  (Magdalen  Hall)  1648-9; 
M.A.  i65i;'D.D.  (Cambridge)  1669  (Lit.  Reg.).    FeUow  of 
Lincoln  College,  Oxford.   R.  of  Chinnor,  Oxon.,  1660.   V.  of 
Amport,  Hants.,  1661.   Canon  and  Precentor  of  Chichester, 
1662-1703.    R.  of  Felpham,  Sussex,  1670-96.    Supporter  of 
the  Duke  of  Monmouth;  committed  to  prison,  1685.  Chaplain 
to  the  King.   Died  1703.   Will,  P.C.C.   (Al.  Oxon.;  Le  Neve, 
Man.,  v.  73.) 
EDES,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,   1607; 
B.A.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1619.   Perhaps 
R.  of  Lawford,  Essex,  1615-58.    Died  Apr.  12,  1658.    Will, 
P.C.C.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
EDES,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  Catharine's,  Easter,  1647; 
B.A.  1650-1;  M.A.  1654.    Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1655.    V.  of 
Lillington,  Warws.,  1662.    (Al.  Oxon.) 
EADES  or  EEDES,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's, 
June   1,    1657.    S.  of  Francis.    B.   at  Warwick.    Schools, 
Warwick  (Mr  Glover)  and  (exhibitioner  from)  Charterhouse. 
Matric.   1657;   B.A.    1660-1;   M.A.   1664.    Fellow,   1662-8. 
C.  of  Fen  Drayton,  Cambs.    R.  of  Horseheath,  1669-1709. 
Buried  there  Apr.  29,  1709.    WiU  (P.C.C).    {Peile,  i.  578; 
C.  E.  Parsons,  Horseheath.) 


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Edesbury,  Francis 

EDESBURIE,  FRANCIS,  see  EDISBURY. 

EDGAR,  BENJAMIN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c.  1594. 

EDGAR,  EZECHIEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  2, 1594-5- 
S.  of  Mark.  B.  at  Dalston,  Cumberland.  Bapt.  there,  Oct.  7, 
1575.  Scholar;  Matric.  c.  1595;  B.A.  1598-9;  M.A.  1602. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1603.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  26, 
1C05.  C.  of  Bromley,  Kent.  Ord.  priest,  Dec.  22,  1605. 
R.  of  Hawstead,  Suffolk,  1608-48.  Died  1648.  Father  of 
the  next,  with  whom  Al.  Oxon.  seems  to  confuse  him.  (G.  B. 
Routledge.) 

EDGAR,  EZECHIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  7, 1 637-8. 
Of  Suffolk.  S.  of  Ezechiel  (above).  Matric.  1637-8;  B.A. 
1641-2.  Perhaps  R.  of  Gt  Stanmore,  Middlesex,  1662-3 
('M.A.').    Died  1663. 

EDGAR,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1598;  B.A.  1601-2.  Perhaps  s.  of  William,  of  Glemham, 
Suffolk.   If  so,  died  1605.   (Manors  of  Suffolk,  \.  i^g.) 

EDGAR,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  1608.  Matric. 
1608;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Feb. 
1612-3  Doubtless  V.  of  Aldborough,  Yorks.,  1613 ;  of  Preston. 
in-Holdemess,  1622-4;  of  Winestead,  1624-54.  Buried  there 
May  16,  1654. 

EDGAR,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Caius,  Nov.  25,  1564. 
S.  of  Edward,  of  Battisford,  Suffolk.  School,  Stowmarket. 
Matric.  1564;  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1568;  B.A.  from  Trinity, 
1569-70.  Of  Dennington,  Suffolk,  gent.  Lord  of  the  Manor 
of  Pyezalls,  Brockdish.  Died  May  7,  1619.  M.I.  at  Denning- 
ton.  Will,  P.C.C.   (Venn,  i.  56.) 

EDGAR,  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  20)  at  Christ's,  June 
16.  1647.  S.  of  Miles,  of  Eye,  Suffolk,  Esq.  B.  there.  Bapt. 
Apr.  23,  1628.  School,  Eye  (Mr  Echard).  Adm.  at  Gray's 
Inn,  Feb.  8,  1647-8.   (Peile,  i.  515;  Vis-  of  Suffolk,  1664.) 

EDGAR,  HENRY.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  at  Emmanuel,  June  13, 
1 7 10,  from  Clare.   Of  Suffolk. 

EDGAR,  MILESON.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Queens',  Dec.  27, 
1693.  S.  of  Mileson,  of  Norton  and  Ipswich.  School,  Wood- 
bridge.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  20,  1694-5.  Of 
Ipswich.  Died  Nov.  8,  1713,  aged  37.  M.I.  at  St  Mary-le- 
Tower.   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  11.  264.) 

EDGAR,  MILESON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  10, 
1747.  S.  of  Mileson,  Esq.  B.  in  Ipswich.  School,  Kingston- 
on-Thames.    Died  Mar.  29,  1770.    (L.  Mag.) 

EDGAR,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,  1610.  Of  Suffolk.  Probably  s.  of  Nicholas.  Bapt.  at 
Gt  Glemham,  Suffolk,  Sept.  13,  1591.  Killed  at  the  Isle  of 
Rh6,  1627.  Brother  of  Thomas  (1611).  (Davy  MSS.) 

EDGAR,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  30,  1653.  Of 
Suffolk. 

EDGAR,  PLAYTERS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  July  9, 
1680.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.,  of  Gt  Glemham,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
Bapt.  Apr.  14,  1663.  Schools,  Kelsale  (Mr  Barton)  and  Eye. 
Matric.  1680-1.  Of  Gt  Glemham,  Esq.  Buried  at  Sotterley, 
Sept.  10,  1728.    (Venn,  1.  465;  Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664.) 

EDGAR,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Feb.  22,  1 700-1. 
Of  Suffolk.  Doubtless  s.  and  h.  of  Devereux,  of  Ipswich,  Esq. 
Bapt.  July  28,  1682.  Matric.  1701.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
May  31,  1701.  High  Sheriff  of  Suffolk,  1747.  (Burke,  L.G.) 

EDGAR,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Emmanuel,  June  7, 
1751.  S.  of  Robert,  Esq.  B.  at  Ipswich.  School,  Dedham. 
Matric.  1751.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  May  15,  1751. 

EDGAR,  THOMAS.  M.A.  1566  (after  12  years*  study  in  arts). 

EDGAR,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Michs.  1572. 
Perhaps  s.  of  Nicholas,  of  Glemham,  Suffolk.  One  of  these 
names  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Aug.  20,  1579.  Of  Suffolk. 
Barrister,  from  Fumival's  Inn.  (Peile,  1. 123 ;  Vis.  of  Suffolk.) 

EDGAR,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  161 1.  Of  Suffolk. 

Doubtless  s.  of  Nicholas,  of  Gt  Glemham,  Suffolk.   Buried 

there  Mar.  10,  1628-9.   Brother  of  Nicholas  (1610).    (Davy 

MSS.) 
EDGAR,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  13, 1661. 

S.  of  Stephen,  gent.,  of  Wallington,  Norfolk.    B.  there. 

School,  Ljmn  (Mr  Bell).   Matric.  1661.   Lord  of  the  Manor 

of  Wereham  Hall.    (Venn,  I.  411.) 

EDGAR,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Oct.  27,  1662.  Of 
Suffolk.  S.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  Ipswich,  reader  of  Gray's 
Inn.  Bapt.  at  St  Mary-le-Tower,  May  20, 1646.  Matric.  1662. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Nov.  19,  1658.  Barrister-at-law.  Age  19 
in  1664.  Died  of  small-pox.  Buried  at  St  Mary-le-Tower, 
Dec.  7,  1677.   (Vis.  of  Suffolk,  1664;  E.  Anglian,  x.  118.) 

EDGAR,  THOMAS.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1709.  S.  of  John, 
of  Marten,  Dorset.  Matric.  from  St  Mary  Hall,  Oxford,  Feb. 
18,  1680-1,  age  18;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1684.  V.  of  Charlton 
Canfield,  Somerset,  1693-1736.  R.  of  Stowell,  1709-36.  P.C. 
of  Seaburrow,  1720.   (Al.  Oxon.;  F.  S.  Hockaday.) 


Edgeworth,  Edward 

EDGAR,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Magdalene,  Apr. 
17,  1730.  S.  of  John,  Esq.  B.  at  Gt  Glemham,  Suffolk. 
School,  Monk  Soham.  Died  at  Little  Bealings.  Buried  at 
Glemham,  Mar.  22,  1765.   (Davy  MSS.) 

EDGAR, .  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity  Hall,  Dec.  18,  1702. 

EDGBASTON  or  EGBASTIAN,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from 
Trinity  Hall,  Easter,  1624;  B.A.  1628;  M.A.  1633.  Ord. 
deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  20,  1628;  priest,  Jan.  4,  1628-9. 

EDGE,  FANE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  16,  1710.  Of 
Sussex.  S.  of  Peter,  clerk.  B.  Dec.  20,  1692.  Of  founder's 
kin.  Exhibitioner  from  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1712.  Ord. 
deacon  (Ely)  Mar.  13,  1714-5;  priest  (London)  June  12, 1720. 
R.  of  Stow  Maries,  Essex.  C.  of  Lavenham,  Suffolk.  Married 
Apr.  26,  1722,  Margaret  Fiske,  of  ShimpUngthome,  Suffolk. 
Buried  at  Lavenham,  Nov.  6,  1727.   Father  of  Peter  (1742). 

EDGE,  GILES.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1567. 
Sup.  for  incorporation  at  Oxford,  as  B.A.  1574. 

EDGE,  ISAAC.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  22,  1682.  Matric. 
1682;  Scholar,  1685;  B.A.  1685-6.  Ord.  deacon  (Gloucester) 
May  21,  1687.   C.  of  Somersall,  Derbs. 

EDGE,  MICHAEL.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  June  12,  1651.  Matric. 
1651;  B.A.  1654-5;  M.A.  1658.  Perhaps  ord.  deacon  (1  incoln) 
Mar.  10,  1660-1;  priest,  Mar.  13,  1660-1.  V.  of  Uttoxeter, 
Staffs.,  1658-82.  R.  of  Yoxall,  1682-83.  Married,  July  5, 
1659,  Jane  Pierce.  Buried  at  Yoxall,  June  1,  1683.  (Wm. 
Salt.  Arch.  Soc,  1915.) 

EDGE,  PETER.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Emmanuel,  July  22, 
1740.  S.  of  Fane  (1710),  clerk.  B.  at  Lavenham,  Suffolk. 
School,  Lavenham.  Matric.  1740-1;  B.A.  1744-5;  M.A.  1748. 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Mar.  1744-5;  priest.  Mar.  1746-7. 
C.  of  Rattlesden,  Suffolk.  Chaplain  to  the  Earl  of  West- 
morland, Lord-Lieutenant  of  Ireland.  Preb.  of  Raphoe 
and  R.  of  Drimholme.  Married,  1746,  Anne  Truelove,  of 
Ipswich.  Afterwards  C.  of  Drinkstone,  Suffolk.  Died  Dec.  29, 
1782.  Buried  at  Rushmere.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1783;  of  Ipswich. 
(H.  G.  Harrison;  Davy  MSS.) 

EDGE,  RALPH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  30,  1705.  Of 
Nottinghamshire.  Doubtless  s.  of  Richard  Conway  (who 
assumed  the  name  of  Edge,  1684).  B.  Aug.  24,  1689.  Matric. 
1705.  Of  StreUey  Hall,  Notts.,  Esq.  High  Sheriff  of  Notts., 
1760.  Died  Oct.  26,  1766.  Brother  of  the  next.  (Burke,  L.G.) 

EDGE,  RICHARD.    M.A.  from  Sidney,  1726.    S.  of  Richard 

Edge  (formerly  Conway),  of  Strelley,  Notts.,  gent.   Matric. 

from  Magdalen  Hall,  Oxford,  Apr.  30,  1719,  age  17;  B.A. 

1722.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln,  Litt.  dim.  from  York)  Sept.  20, 

1724.   Died  yoimg.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
EDGE,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  Nov.  25, 

1645.   From  King  James'  College,  Edinburgh.   S.  of  Oliver. 

B.   at  Withington,   Lanes.    School,  Newton   (Mr  Hulme). 

Matric.    1645.     Minister   at    Gostree,    Middlewich.     R.    of 

Gosworth,    till    1662;    ejected.     Afterwards    preacher    at 

Withington.    Died  Feb.   21,   1678-9   (or  June  21,   1678). 

(Peile,  I.  500;  Calamy,  i.  263.) 
EDGE, .   Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1544. 

EDGECOMBE,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  1646. 
Of  Devon.  Migrated  to  Oxford.  B.A.  from  New  Inn  Hall, 
1650. 

EDGECOMBE,  PEARSE.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1626.  S.  and  h.  of  Sir  Richard,  of  Edgcombe,  Knt. 
B.  1609.  M.P.  for  Newport,  Cornwall,  1628  and  1662-7;  for 
Camelford,  1640  (twice).  Died  Jan.  6,  1666-7.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1667.  One  'Perseus  Edsgaimb'  adm.  student  at  Leyden, 
June  25,  1629.  (Vis.  of  Devon,  1620;  Al.  Oxon.;  Jacob's 
Peerage,  11.  553.) 

EDGSCOMB,  RICHARD.  Matric.  FeU.-Com.  from  St  John's 
Easter,  1627. 

EDGCUMBE,  RICHAf?D.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Trinity, 
May  25,  1697.  S.  of  Sir  Richard,  K.B.,  of  Mount  Edgcumbe, 
Devon.  B.  there,  1680.  Matric.  1697;  M.A.  1698.  M.P.  for 
Cornwall,  1701;  for  St  Germans,  1701;  for  Plympton,  1702-341 
1741;  for  Lostwithiel,  1734-41.  Created  Lord  Edgcumbe, 
1742.  Lord  Lieutenant  of  ComwaU,  1742-58.  Chancellor  of 
the  Duchy  of  Lancaster,  1743.  Privy  Councillor  for  Ireland, 
1734;  for  England,  1744.  Died  Nov.  22,  1758.  (D.N.B.; 
Jacob's  Peerage,  11.  553;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

EDGCOMBE,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Sidney,  June  28,  1622. 
S.  of  Matthew,  gent.  B.  at  South  Tavistock,  Devon.  School, 
South  Tavistock  (Mr  Tho.  Cole).  Matric.  1622;  B.A.  1625-6. 

EDGECOMBE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  (age  17)  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  Eton,  Aug.  13,  1547-  Of  MUton,  Devon.  Matnc.  1547. 
Left  in  1549.  WiU  of  one  of  these  names  (Exeter)  1577.  K.  01 
Stowford,  Devon. 

EDGEWORTH,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1595;  B.A.  1599-1600. 


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Edge  WORTH,  Edward 

EDGEWORTH,  EDWARD.  Studied  at  Cambridge;  but  not 
found  in  the  records.  Preb.  ot  St  Patrick's,  Dublin,  1565. 
V.  of  Kirby  Green,  Lines.,  1571.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1575- 
R.  of  St  Anne,  Aldersgate  St,  1579-80  and  1581-7.  V.  of 
St  Albans,  Herts.,  1579.  V.  of  Barking,  Essex,  1584-7. 
Vicar-choral,  Christ  Church,  Dublin,  1586.  R.  of  Camck- 
fergus,  1590.  Bishop  of  Down  and  Connor,  1593-5.  Died 
1595,  at  Dublin.  Buried  at  St  Michan's.  (Cooper,  11.  176.) 
EDGLEY  or  EDGELEY  {alias  ALLEN),  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens, 
(age  17)  at  Christ's,  Oct.  2,  1661.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at 
Gretton,  Northants.  School,  Uppingham  (Mr  Meres).  Matric. 
i66i-2.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  3,  1663;  as  s.  of  Thomas 
Edgeley  {alias  Allen). 
EDGELY  GEORGE.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1620; 
B.A.  1623-4;  M.A.  1627.  Created  D.D.  (Oxford)  Feb.  22, 
1643-4.  Preb.  of  Chichester,  1629.  V.  of  Donnington,  Sussex, 
1630;  and  of  Lymister,  1634.  R.  of  Nuthurst,  1642-7.  {Al. 
Oxon.) 

EDGERLY,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Trinity,  Mar.  19, 
1724-5  S.  of  Charles,  of  Bedford.  School,  Bedford  (Mr 
Priaulx).  Matric.  1725;  B.A.  1728-9.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi) 
Mar.  2,  1728-9.  V.  of  Stanford,  Norfolk,  i730-5i-  R-  of 
Little  Dunham,  1741-7. 

EDGELEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  May  2,  1651;  B.A. 
1654;  M.A.  1659.  Chaplain  to  Sir  Thomas  Wilbraham,  till 
1675.  V.  of  Acton,  Cheshire,  1675-1721.  Died  Dec.  18, 1721, 
aged  89. 

EDGELEY,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  1675. 
Matric.  1675;  B.A.  1678-9;  M.A.  1682.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Dec.  24,  1682.  R.  of  Wandsworth,  Surrey,  1688-1732-  Preb. 
of  St  Paul's,  1705-32.  Died  Mar.  20, 1732.  Buried  at  Wands- 
worth, aged  72.   {Manning  and  Bray,  iii.  357.) 

EDGLY,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1565. 

EDGLY,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July,  1664. 
Matric.  1665;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
May  29,  1670. 

EDGLEY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Nov.  i, 
1673.  S.  of  Wilham.  B.  at  Newmarket.  School,  Bradley, 
Suffolk  (Mr  Billingsley).  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8;  M.A. 
1682.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  1679;  priest  (Norwich) 
Mar.  1682-3.  R.  of  Stradishall,  Suffolk,  1701-33.  Died  1733. 
Buried  at  Stradishall.    {PeiU,  11.  49.) 

EDGUARD,  DAVID,  see  EDWARDS. 

EDIMAN  or  EDNAM,  JOHN.  B.A.  1468,  as  Ednam;  B.D.  1479- 
80;  D.D.  1488.  Of  Norwich  diocese.  Probably  fellow  of 
Clare,  1473.  R.  of  St  Vigors,  Fulboum,  Cambs.,  1487-  R- 
of  Foulmire,  1487.  R.  of  Toppesfield,  Essex,  1492-1504. 
Dean  of  Stoke-by-Clare,  Sufiolk,  1497-  R-  of  Wimbish, 
Essex,  1504.  Archdeacon  of  Taunton,  1505-9.  Archdeacon 
of  Norwich,  1508-16.  Precentor  of  St  Paul's,  1509-10. 
Treasurer  of  St  Paul's,  1509.  Doubtless  the  Master  of  Corpus, 
1515-6.  {Masters  and  Lamb  doubt  between  him  and 
Thomas.)     WiU  (P  C.C.)  1517. 

EDIMAN,  T.    M.Gram.  1489-90. 

EDIMAN,  THOMAS.  B.A.  1489-90;  M.A.  1492;  B.D.  1503;  D.D. 
1508-9.  Of  Norwich  diocese.  Fellow  of  Corpus  Christi,  c. 
1493.  Proctor,  1502-3.  Precentor  of  the  College  of  St  Mary- 
in-the-Fields,  Norwich,  1508.  R.  of  Winterton,  Norfolk, 
1505-15.   Will  proved  (P.C.C.)  1515;  of  Winterton. 

EDISBURY,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at  Magdalene, 
Mar.  5,  1657-8.  S.  of  Richard,  citizen  of  London.  School, 
Wem,  Salop.   Matric.  1658. 

EDISBURY  or  EDYSBURY,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at 
Pembroke,  Nov.  15,  1652.   Of  Wales. 

EDLYN  or  EDELEN,  CHRISTOPHER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity, 
Nov.  4,  1648.  Of  Buckinghamshire.  S.  of  Phihp  (1614),  B.D. 
B.  in  London  (St  Andrew  Undershaft).  School,  Denham, 
Bucks.  (Mr  Leigh).  Matric.  1648;  Scholar,  1651 ;  B.A.  1652-3. 
Migrated  to  Sidney,  1655.  M.A.  1656.  Fellow  of  Sidney. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1657. 

EDLYNE,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Nov.  4, 1745.  Of 
Jamaica.   Matric.  1745. 

EDLIN,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1697. 
B.  at  Silchester,  Hants.,  Jan.  7,  1679-80.  Matric.  1698;  B.A. 
1701-2;  M.A.  1705.  Fellow,  1701-15.  Barrister-at-Law. 
Steward  to  the  Dean  and  Chapter  of  St  Paul's.  Baron  of  the 
Exchequer  in  Scotland,  1730-60.  Married  Mary,  dau.  of  John 
Harding,  fellow  of  Eton.  Died  Dec.  10, 1760.  (Harwood,  281 ; 
J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

EDLIN,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  28,  1614.  B. 
at  Pinner,  Middlesex.  Scholar;  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621; 
B.D.  1628.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1617.  R.  of  North  Cray,  Kent, 
1628;  of  Alverstoke,  Hants.,  1631;  and  of  St  John  Zachary, 
London,  1635-57.  R.  of  Bushey,  Herts.,  1642-3.  R.  of 
St  Michael  Bassishaw,  1656.  Died  Mar.  22,  1656-7.  Will, 
P.C.C.  FatherofChristopher(i648).  (^J.O^ton.;  J.Ch.  Smith.) 


Edmunds,  Richard 

EDLIN,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Magdalene,  June  20, 
1653.  S.  of  Samuel,  of  Pinner,  Middlesex,  gent.  School, 
Watford,  Herts.  Matric.  1653;  B.A.  1656-7;  M.A.  1660. 
Fellow.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Aug.  17,  1662. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669.  R.  of  Silchester,  Hants.,  1667. 
Married  Mary,  dau.  of  Edward  Hawtrey.  Buried  at  Sil- 
chester, June  4,  1698.  Admon.,  P.C.C. 

EDLIN,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  Feb.  22, 
1660-1.  S.  of  John,  of  Watford,  Herts.  School,  Eton. 

EDELEN,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  19, 
1656.  S.  of  Richard,  brewer.  B.  at  St  GUes',  Cripplegate, 
London.  School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1656;  B.A. 
1659; M.A.  1663. 

EDMER, .    Perhaps  LL.B.  1516-7.    (Gr.  Bk,  B«,  52.) 

EDMONDS,  ANDREW.    Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Lent, 

1582-3. 
EDMONDS,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Christ's,  Mar.  16, 1648- 
9.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Middlesex.  School,  St  Paul's.  Matric. 
1649;  B.A.  1652-3.  Head  Master  of  Otley  School,  Yorks., 
1653-5.  Probably  R.  of  Pitsea,  Essex,  1659-64,  when  he 
died.  {Peile,  i.  524.) 
EDMONDS,  EDWARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Pembroke,  Lent, 

1582-3. 
EDMUNDS,  ELEAZAR.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 
1625.  Subscribed  for  deacon's  orders  (Bristol)  Sept.  22, 1627, 
as'B.A.'    (F.  S.  Hockaday.) 
EDMONDS,  GIDEON.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1618. 
3rd  s.  of  Robert,  C.  of  Faxton,  Northants.    Bapt.  there, 
Mar.  29,  1600.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  17, 1620,  as  'B.A.'; 
priest,  Sept.  15,  1622.    Brother  of  Zachary  (1615).    (H.  1. 
Longden.) 
EDMONDS,  HENRY.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1583. 
One  of  these  names  matric.  from  Broadgates  Hall,  Oxford, 
Feb.  22,  1582-3. 
EDMUNDS,  HENRY.   Adm.  (age  17)  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  June  4,  1627.  Of  London.   Matric.  1627;  B.A.  1630-1; 
M.A.  1634.   Fellow,  1630-44  (ejected).    After\vards  Master  of 
Cranbrook  School,  Kent.   One  of  these  names  adm.  student 
at  Leyden,  July  7.  1643-   {Harwood.) 
EDMUNDS,  HENRY.  Said  to  have  been  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity, 
c.   1641;  but  no  record  found.    Of  Worsborough,  Yorks. 
B.  Aug.  2,  1627.  Lieutenant  of  Trained  Band  Horse.  Buried 
at  Worsborough,  Mar.  26,  1708.   Brother  of  Thomas  (1647). 
(J.  Foster,  Yorks.  Pedigrees.) 
EDMUNDS,  HENRY.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Aug.  18, 
1692.     S.  of  Thomas  (1650).     B.  at  Worsborough,  Yorks., 
Apr.    23,    1675.     School,   Worsborough   (Mr   Ant.    Farrer). 
Matric.  1693;  Scholar,  1695;  B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700.   Died 
Sept.  6,  1724.    Buried  at  Worsborough.    Brother  of  John 
(1689)  and  Thomas  (1686). 
EDMUNDS,  JOHN.    LL.B.  1499-1500  (Incorp.  from  Oxford); 

D.Can.L.  1500. 
EDMUNDS,  JOHN.  B.A.  1504-5;  M.A.  1508;  B.D.  1516-7; 
D.D.  1519-20.  Fellow  of  St  John's,  1516.  Fellow  of  Jesus, 
1517-22.  Lady  Margaret  preacher,  1521.  Master  of  Peter- 
house,  1522-44.  Vice-chancellor,  1522-3,  1527-8,  1528-9, 
1533-4,  1540-1,  1541-2.  V.  of  Harmondsworth,  Middlesex, 
1511-5.  Preb.  of  St  Paul's,  1510-7;  Chancellor,  1517-29. 
V.  of  Albome,  Wilts.,  1530.  Chancellor  of  Sarum,  1538. 
Died  Nov.  1544.  Buried  at  Little  St  Mary's.  Will  (V.C.C.  and 
P.C.C.)  1544.  {Cooper,  i.  86;  D.N.B.) 
EDMONDS,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 

1576;  B.A.  1579-80;  M.A.  1583. 
EDMUNDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  Sept.  9, 
1689.  S.  of  Thomas  (1650),  of  Worsborough,  Yorks.  B.  Oct. 
29,  1672.  School,  Worsborough  (Mr  Ant.  Farrer).  Matric. 
1689;  Scholar,  1693;  B.A.  1693-4;  M.A.  1697.  Beneficed  in 
the  Isle  of  Wight.  Brother  of  Henry  (1692)  and  Thomas 
(1686). 
EDMONDS,  JOHN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1690; 

B.A.  1693-4; M.A.  1703. 
EDMONDS,  PETER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Apr.  12, 
1631.  S.  of  Peter,  gent.  B.  at  Saxthorpe,  Norfolk.  School, 
Holt  (Mr  Tallis).  Matric.  1631 ;  Scholar,  1633-7;  B.A.  1634-5; 
M.A.  1638.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  22,  1639;  pnest, 
Sept.  25,  1642,  as  C.  of  Bamingham,  Norfolk.  V.  of 
Middleton,  1661.  Licensed  schoolmaster,  in  1662.  Will 
proved  (Norwich  Archd.  C.)  1664-5.  {Venn,  I.  297.) 
EDMUNDS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  Jan.  28, 
1668-9.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Newport  Pagnell,  Bucks.  Matric 
1669.  Previously  matric.  from  Oriel  College,  Oxford,  July  17, 
1668,  age  17.    {Al.  Oxon.) 

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EDMUNDS,  RICHARD.  M.A.  from  Caius,  i733-  Matric.  at 
New  Inn  Hall,  Oxford,  June  23,  1715.  age  16.  S.  of  John, 
gent.  B.  at  Llandegai,  Carnarvon.  B.A.  (Oxford)  1719-  Ord. 
deacon  (Norsvich)  Sept.  22,  17^3;  priest,  June  1,  1720.  V.  of 
Longstock,  Hants.,  1733;  and  of  King's  Sombome.  Chaplain 
to  the  Marquis  of  Annandale.    (^enn,  u.  37.) 

EDMONDS,  SIDRACH.  Matric.  sizar  from  TRiNixy,  Easter, 
1604.  B.  at  Faxton,  Northants.  B.A.  from  Sidney,  1609-10. 
Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar.  4, 1609-10,  age  23.  C.  of  Laindon, 
Essex. 

EDMONDS,  SIMON.  Adm.  pens,  (age  14)  at  Caius,  Mar.  1680-1. 
S.  of  Simon,  gent.,  citizen  of  London.  Schools,  Hempstead 
(Mr  Carter)  and  Hertford  (Mr  Howarth).  Matric.  1681; 
Scholar,  1681-4.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  June  28,  1682. 
{Venn,  I.  466.) 

EDMUNDS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pe.mbroke,  Lent, 
1588-9;  B..\.  from  St  John's,  1592-3;  M.A.  from  Pembroke, 
1596.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Llantillio-Pertholey,  Co. 
Monmouth.   WiU  (P.C.C.)  1609.    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

EDMONDS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  at  Trinity,  Aug.  24, 
1O47.    Of  Yorkshire.    Brother  of  Henry  (1641). 

EDMUNDES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  May  30,  1650. 
Of  Yorkshire.  Doubtless  2nd  s.  of  Thomas,  of  Worsborough, 
Yorks.  B.  at  York,  Apr.  2, 1632.  Matric.  1650;  Scholar,  1651. 
Died  Mar.  22,  1708-9.  WiU  at  York.  Father  of  the  next, 
of  John  (1689)  and  Henry  (1692).  (Hunter,  S.  Yorks  ,  11. 
290.) 

EDMUNDS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Feb. 
12,  1686-7.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Worsborough,  Yorks. 
Bapt  Apr.  21,  1670.  School,  Wakefield  (Mr  Clark).  Matric. 
1687.  Of  Worsborough,  Esq.  Married  Jane,  dau.  of  Francis 
Foljambe,  of  Aldwark,  Esq.  Buried  at  Worsborough,  Feb.  9, 
1726-7.  Will,  York  Brother  of  Henry  (1692)  and  John 
(1689).    (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

EDMONDS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Apr.  10, 
1610.  Previously  adm.  at  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  May,  1609. 
S.  of  William,  V.  of  Rickmansworth,  Herts.  School,  Eton. 
Matric.  1610;  Scholar,  1610-3;  B.A.  1612-3:  M.A.  1616. 
R.  of  Rickmansworth,  till  1644;  again,  1660-70.  Perhaps 
also  R.  of  Taplow,  Bucks.,  1625-70.  Died  1670.  Will, 
P.C.C.   (Venn,  1.  207;  Al.Oxon.;  Lipscomb,  111   298.) 

EDMUNDS,  ZACHARY.  Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1615.  S.  of  Robert,  C.  of  Faxton,  Northants.  Bapt.  there. 
May  8, 1597.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  19,  i6ig,  as  literate; 
priest,  Dec.  17,  1620,  as  'B.A.'  Brother  of  Gideon  (1618). 
(H.  I.  Longden.) 

EDMUNDS, .   Resident  pensioner  at  Peterhouse,  1445-8- 

EDMUNDS,    .     Adm.    at    Corpus    Christi,    1478;    B.A. 

{Masters.) 

EDMONDS, .  Sizar  at  Peterhouse,  Sept.  1542- 

EDMONDES, .   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1544. 

Perhaps  scholar  of  Trinity,  1548. 
EDMUNDSON,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  29,  1716.    S.  of  William,  gent.,  of  Lancashire.    B.  at 
Manchester.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1716;  B.A.  1719-20; 
M.A.    1723;    B.D.    1730.     Fellow,    1722-33.     Ord.    deacon 
(Lincoln)  Dec.  23, 1721;  priest,  Dec.  27, 1722.  V.  of  Humber- 
stone.  Lines.,  1722-6.    V.  of  Burwell,  Cambs.,  1725-    Died 
Jan.  30,  1732-3- 
EDMUNDSON,  BENJAMIN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Mav  20,  1674.    S.  of  Christopher  (next),  R.  of  Garstang, 
Lanes.  B.  there.  School,  KendaL  Matric.  1674;  B.A.  1677-8- 
V.  of  Chorley,  Lanes.,  1684.    Buried  there  Apr.  22,  1713. 
(Vict.  Hist.  Lanes.,  vi.  147.) 
EDMUNDSON,  CHRISTOPHER.    Adm.    pens,  at  Emmanuel, 
May  5,  1632.    Of  Yorkshire.    C.  at  Croston,  Lanes.,  1642. 
Minister   at  Garstang,   1646-54;   and  again,   1657.    V.   of 
Hawkshead,    i657-75-     Died    there,    1675.     Will    (Archd. 
Richmond).    Father  of  Benjamin  (above)  and  Hiet  (next). 
(Via.  Hist.  Lanes.,  vii.  298.) 
EDMONDSON,  HIET  or  HYET.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  II,  1660-1.  S.  of  Christopher,  clerk,  of  Oldham,  Lanes. 
B.  there.    School,  Sedbergh.    Matric.   1661;  B.A.   1664-5; 
M.A.  1668.  V.  of  Deeping,  Lines.  Father  of  the  next. 
EDMUNDSON,  JAMES.    Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  7,  1691-2.   S.  of  Hyet  (above),  clerk.   B.  at  Deeping, 
Lines.  School,  Peterborough  (Mr  Waring).  Matric.  1692. 
EDMONDSON,  ROBERT.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs. 

1610;  B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1620. 
EDMONDSON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene, 
Michs.  1629  One  of  these  names  (aged  one  year  in  1612), 
s.  and  h.  of  Thomas,  of  the  city  of  York.  (Vis.  of  Yorks.) 
EDMUNDSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  27,  1663.  S.  of  Richard,  yeoman,  of  Overton,  Lanes. 
B.  there.   School,  Sedbergh. 


Edwards,  Edmund 

EDMUNDSON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1748.  Of 
Middlesex.  Matric.  1748.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Rodmers- 
ham,  Kent,  1776. 
EDMUNDSON,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  St  John's, 
May  6,  1692.  S.  of  Alan,  husbandman.  B.  at  Coates  Flat, 
Skipton,  Yorks.  School,  Sedbergh.  Matric.  1692;  B.A.  1695- 
6;  U.A.  1699;  B.D.  1706;  D.D.  1714.  Fellow,  1698-1736. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24, 1699.  C.  of  Fen  Ditton,  Cambs. 
R.  of  Thonngton,  Essex,  1708-36.  Died  Nov.  1736.  Will 
proved  (V.C.C.)  1736. 

EDMONDSON  or  EDMONTON, .   A  friar.   Doctor,  1467. 

EDMONTON,  J.  B.A.  1462-3;  M.A.  1466.  Perhaps  V.  of  Duxf ord 

St  Peter,  Cambs.,  till  1500. 
EDNAM,  JOHN,  see  EDIMAN. 

EDNAM,  .    A  friar.    D.  (Div.  or  L.)  1462-3.    One  Hugh 

Ednam,  alias  Vivall,  was  R.  of  Boxford,  Sufiolk,  1462-91. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1491;  of  Stoke-by-Clare,  Suffolk. 

EDONE, .   B.Civ.L.  1498-9;  D.Civ.L.  1506-7. 

EDRIDGE,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  28,  1669. 
Matric.  1669;  Scholar,  1670;  B.A.  1672-3;  M.A.  1676.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  May  21;  priest  (London)  Dec.  24,  1676. 
V.  of  Eaton  Bray,  Beds.,  1677-95.  Buried  Apr.  12,  1696. 
(W.  M.  Noble.) 
EDRIDGES,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 
1609. 

EDRINGHAM, .   Resident  pens,  at  Christ's,  in  1564. 

EDSAW,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter,  1611 ;  B.A. 
1614-5;  M.A.  1618     Incorp.  at  Oxford,  Aug.  12,  1645.   Will 
(P.C.C.)  1648;  of  Chailey,  Sussex,  clerk.  (Fast.  Oxon.,  11.  46.) 
EDWARD,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  1517-8.    Perhaps  Everard. 
EDWARDS,  ANDREW.   B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1658-9. 
EDWARDS,  ANDREW.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Nov.  2,   1730.    S.  of  Richard,  husbandman,  of  Denbighs. 
B.  at  Ruthin.  School,  Ruthin  (Mr  Vaughan).   Matric.  1730; 
B.A.  1734-5;  M.A.  1743.   Ord.  deacon  (St  David's)  Aug.  15, 
1736;   priest   (Chester)    May   28,    1738.     R.   of   Llangefni, 
Anglesey,  1741-53.    R.  of  Edem,  Camarv.,  1750-5-    R-  of 
Aber,    1753-62.     Chancellor   of   Bangor,    1754-62.     R.    of 
Dolgelly,  1755-9.    R-  of  Llanllechid,  1759-62.    Died  1762. 
(Scott-Mayor,  n.  432.) 
EDWARDS,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peter- 
house, Dec.  17, 1643.  Ot  Wisbech,  Cambs.  Scholar,  1643-4. 
(T.A.  Walker.) 
EDWARDS,  BARTHOLOMEW.  Adm.  pens,  (age  i8)  at  Caius, 
May  9,  1750.   S.  of  Bartholomew,  gent.,  of  Sporle,  Norfolk. 
B.  at  SwafQiam,  Norfolk.    School,  Swaffham  (Mr  Quartus 
and  Mr  Ri.  Hest).  Matric.  1750;  Scholar,  1750-4;  B.A.  1754; 
M.A.  1757.  Fellow,  1755-82.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  May  26, 
1771;  priest.  Mar.   15,   1772-    R.  of  Hethersett,  Norfolk, 
1782-1820.     R.    of   Finningham,    1789-1805.     Died    1820. 
(Venn,  11.  64.) 
EDWARDS,  BENJAMIN.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  June  15,  1689. 
Of  Flintshire.    Matric.  1689;  Scholar,  1691;  B.A.  1692-3. 
Ord.  priest  (London)  Sept.  19, 1697.  Perhaps  Chaplain  of  the 
East  India  Co.,  1698;  and  of  St  Bartholomew's  Hospital. 
Died  Oct.  12,  1715.    Buried  at  St  Bartholomew-the-Less. 
(Le  Neve,  Mon.,  v.  315.) 
EDWARDS,  CLEMENT.   Adm.  sizar  at  Corpus  Christi,  1616. 
Of  Leicestershire.    Matric.  1616;  B.A.  1619.    Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  May  23,  1619.    R.  of  Wetherley,  Leics.,  1623-4. 
Will  of  one  of  these  names  (P.C.C.)  1631;  of  Hartshome, 
Derbs.,  clerk. 
EDWARDS,  DANIEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  14,  1697-8. 

Of  Staffordshire.   Matric.  1699. 
EDWARDS  or  EDGUARD,   DAVID.    M.D.   1528-9;   M.A.   of 
Oxford.    Of  Northamptonshire.    Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi, 
Oxford,  1517;  B.A.  1522;  M.A.  1525.    Fellow  of  Corpus. 
Author,   medical.    Admon.   (V.C.C.)    1542,   to   wife  Alice. 
(Cooper,  1.  46;  Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 
EDWARDS,  DAVID.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Oct.  16,  1596. 
Of  Wales.   Matric.  1596;  B.A.  1600-1.   One  of  these  names 
adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Nov.  12,  1601;  of  Co.  Carmarthen. 
EDWARDS,  DAVID.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs.  1631. 
Of  Carmarthenshire.  Probably  brother  of  Thomas  (1635)  and 
father  of  the  next. 
EDWARDS,  DAVID.    Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Apr.  18,  1664. 
Of  Carmarthen.    S.  and  h.  of  David,  of  Rhydgorse,  Carmar- 
then, Esq.   Matric.  1664.   Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Oct.  27, 1668. 
EDWARDS    EDMUND.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Easter,    1544;    B.A.    1544-5;    M.A.    i549-^  FeUow,    1547. 
President,  c.  1557.    R-  of  St  Benet's,  Cambridge,  1548-61. 
Suspected  of  popery,   and  his  chambers  searched,   1568. 
Protected  by  Archbishop  Parker.  Probably  went  to  Flanders. 
Supposed  to  have  been  residing  at  the  R.  C.  College  of  Douay 
in  1591.   (Cooper,  11.  119-) 


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EDWARDS,  EDWARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1593-4; 
B.A.  1596-7.  One  of  these  names,  of  Lwyndu,  Merioneth, 
adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Oct.  14,  1598.   (Peile,  i.  212.) 

EDWARDS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Aug.  19,  1650.  S.  of  Ellis,  gent.,  of  Lloyndu,  Merioneths. 
(?  Monmouths.).  B.  there.  School,  Ruthin,  Denbighs. 
(Mr  Thelwell).   Matric.  1650. 

EDWARDS,  EDWARD.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1712.  S.  of 
John,  of  Carmarthen.  Matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Oxford, 
May  21,  1703-4,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1707-  One  of  these 
names  signs  as  R.  of  Holwell,  Beds.,  1721-3-  (Al.  Oxon.) 

EDWARDS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  St  John's, 
June  30, 1733.  S.  of  Thomas,  gent.  B.  at  Uanilar,  St  David's. 
School,  Carmarthen  (MrDavies).  Matric.  i733;  B.A.  1736-7- 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincohi)  Mar.  6,  1736-7.  C.  of  UtUe  Stukeley, 
Hunts. 

EDWARDS,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Sidney,  June  10, 
1748.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Wheaton,  Staffs.  School,  Newport, 
Salop.  Matric.  1748-9;  B.A.  1752.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  22,  1754.  Will  of  one  of  these  names  (Archd.  Rich- 
mond) 1796;  of  Ashton,  Lanes.,  clerk.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

EDWARDS,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1583;  B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590.  A  teacher  at  Cambridge;  see 
Raphael  (1604). 

EDWARDES,  FRANCIS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  19, 1677. 
Of  Cornwall.   Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1680-1. 

EDWARDS,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1564. 

EDWARDS,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  24, 
1633.    Of  Middlesex.    Matric.  1633. 

EDWARDS,  GEORGE.    Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Jan.  4,  1694-5. 

S.  of ,  clerk,  deceased.  Of  Wales.  Matric.  1695;  Rustat 

Scholar;  B.A.  1698-9.  V.  of  Bettws-yn-Rhos,  Denbighs. 

EDWARDS,  GILES.   Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1549; 

imputes. 
EDWARDS,  GODOLPHIN.   Adm.  FelL-Com.  at  Queens',  Apr. 

19,  1717.    Of  Middlesex.    M.A.  1717  (Com.  Reg.).    FeUow, 

1719.  One  of  these  names,  of  Froddesley,  Salop,  died  Nov.  6, 

1772.    (Lond.  Mag.) 
EDWARDS,  H.   Resident  pens,  at  Jesus,  Aug.  1564. 
EDWARDS,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Pembroke,  Nov.  18,  1622. 

S.  of  Thomas,  of  London.   Matric.  1623;  B.A.  162&-7;  M.A. 

1631  {LU.  Reg.). 
EDWARDS,  HENRY.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  June  12,  1663. 

Of  Cambridgeshire.    Matric.  1663. 
EDWARDS,  HUGH.    Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1575; 

B.A.   1578-9;  M.A.   1582.    Ord.  deacon  (St  Asaph);  priest 

(Ely)  Apr.  17,  1580.   C.  of  March,  Cambs.   V.  of  Chatteris, 

1584-92.   Died  1592. 
EDWARDS,  HUGH.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's,  Michs. 

1638.    Of  Flintshire.    B.A.   1641-2.    Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of 

Nicholas,  late  of  Holywell,  Fhnts.,  gent.,  deceased;  adm.  at 

Lincoln's  Inn,  July  3,  1649. 
EDWARDS,   ISRAEL,    Matric.   pens,  from  Queens',   Easter, 

1604.    B.  in  St  Laurence,  Old  Jewry.    B.A.  1606-7;  M.A. 

1610.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1610.   Ord.  deacon  (London)  Mar. 

1612-3;  priest,  Sept.  23,  1615,  age  27.    R.  of  East  Mersey, 

Essex,  1615-67.    V.  of  Gt  Bentley,  1615.    Died  1667,    {Al. 

Oxon.) 
EDWARDS,  JAMES.  Adm.  Fell. -Com.  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 

June  22,   1650.    S.  and  h.  of  William,  of  Wisbech,  gent. 

School,  Wisbech,  Cambs.   Matric.  1650.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's 

Inn,  June  29,  1652.  Bailiff  of  Wisbech,  1658,  1659,  1663-65. 

(r.  A.  Walker,  95.) 
EDWARDS,  JAMES.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Jan.  12,  1682-3. 

Migrated  to  Sidney,  Oct.  25,  1683.    S.  of  Richard,  hatter. 

B.  in  London.    Schools,  Merchant  Taylors'  and  St  Olave's, 

Southwark.   Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7;  M.A.  1690. 

EDWARDS,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Pembroke,  May  24, 
1693.  S.  of  Nicholas  (?  1632),  M.D.,  of  Fakenham,  Norfolk. 
Matric.  1693. 

EDWARDS,  JASPER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  June  21,  1637. 
Doubtless  4th  s.  of  Richard,  of  Arlesey,  Beds.  B.  c.  1618. 
School,  Westminster.  Matric.  1637.  Of  Little  Barford,  Beds. 
Married  Joan  Devenysh.  Died  1680.  Brother  of  Richard 
(1620).    (Burke,  L.G.) 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.   M.B.  1537-8. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Lent,  1582-3. 

EDWARDS,   JOHN.    Adm.   sizar  at  Corpus   Christi,    1584. 

Matric.  Lent,  1584-5. 
EDWARDS,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Sept.  9,  1592. 

Matric.  1593. 


Edwards,  Nathaniel 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1606; 
B..\.  1610-1;  M.A.  1614.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1617.  Perhaps 
R.  of  Pakefield  (med.),  Sufiolk,  1617;  and  R.  of  Oxwick, 
Norfolk,  1623.    (Al.  Oxon.) 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Aug.  14, 1649.  S.  of  John,  gent.  B.  at  Iden,  Sussex.  School, 
Horton,  near  Canterbury.  Matric.  1649. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  10, 
1653-4.  S.  of  Thomas,  clerk,  of  Hertford.  B.  there.  School, 
Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  1654;  B.A.  1657-8;  M.A.  1661; 
B.D.  1668;  D.D.  1699.  Fellow,  1659.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln) 
Sept.  1 1 ;  priest,  Sept.  2 1, 1 662.  V.  of  Holy  Trinity,  Cambridge, 
1664.  V.  of  St  Sepulchre's.  V.  of  St  Peter's,  Colchester, 
1683-98.  For  a  time  Fell.-Com.  at  Trinity  Hall.  Resided 
latterly  at  Cambridge.  Author,  theological.  Died  Apr.  16, 
1716.    [D.N.B.) 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  19,  1657. 
Of  Salop.  S.  of  William  (s.  of  Edward),  of  Gwyddelwem, 
Merioneth.    Matric.  1657;  B.A.  1660-1;  M.A.  1665;  LL.D. 

1683.  R.  of  Knockin,  Salop,  1666.  R.  of  Llan-y-myneck, 
1666.  Preb.  of  St  Asaph,  1675.  Buried  at  Llan-y-myneck, 
1695.    (Browne  WiUis,  St  Asaph.) 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  .\dm  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1658. 

B.  at  White  Waltham,  Berks.,  1642.  B.A.  1662-3;  M.A.  1666. 

Fellow,  1662-8.   Ord.  priest  (Lincohi)  Dec  20,  1668.   V.  of 

Hambledon,  Ruts.,  1669-71. 
EDWARDES,  JOHN.    Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  Apr.  7,  1677. 

Of  Wales.  B.  at  Uanfyllin.  Matric.  1677;  B.A.  1680-1;  M.A. 

1684.  Fellow.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1710.  V.  of  Nannerch  and 
Rhuddlan,  FlinU.,  1686;  and  R.  of  Newtown,  Montgom., 
1688.    R.  of  LlanfyUin  and  Llanfihangel-yn-gwiifa,   1691- 

171 1.  Preb.  of  St  Asaph,  1705-1 1.  Chaplain  to  Bishop 
Lloyd.    (.4/.  Oxon.) 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1683.  Of  Norfolk. 
Matric.  1683;  B.A.  1686-7. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Trinity,  Apr.  1, 
1691.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Clun,  Shropshire.  School,  Leo- 
minster, Heref.  (Mr  Arch.  Lane).  Matric.  1691;  B.A.  1694-5. 
Perhaps  s.  of  John,  of  Lincoki's  Inn,  Esq.;  adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  May  14,  1692. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  20,  1698. 
Of  Sufiolk.  Matric.  1698;  B.A.  1701-2.  Ord.  deacon  (Nor- 
wich) July,  1702;  priest,  Sept.  1703.  One  of  these  names 
V.  of  Darsham,  Sufiolk,  1706-20;  and  R.  of  Uggeshall,  1720. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1718.  S.  of  Lewis,  of 
Towin,  Montgom.  Matric.  from  Jesus  College,  Oxford,  Apr. 
12,  1709,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1712.  Perhaps  V.  of  Ban- 
stead,  Surrey,  1714-54.   {Al.  Oxon.) 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Magdalene,  1730;  B.A.  of 
Jesus  College,  Oxford  (not  found  ia  Al.  Oxon.).  One  of  these 
names  R.  of  Horton,  Bucks.,  1734-5°-  Died  1750.  {Lips- 
comb, IV.  512.) 

EDWARDES,  JOHN.  Incorp.  LL.B.  1734.  ^oni  Trinity  CoUege, 
Dublin.   Adm.  there,  July  6,  1714;  LL.B.  1722. 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30, 
1736.  S.  of  Nathaniel,  doctor,  of  Derbyshire.  B.  at  Derby. 
School,  Repton  (Mr  Fletcher).  Matric.  1736;  B.A.  1739-4°; 
M.A.  1743.  Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  21,  I74°;  C.  of 
Bosworth,  Leics.  P.C.  of  Repton.  V.  of  Marston-on-Dove, 
Derbs.,  1750-1804.  Died  Mar.  1, 1804.  {ScoU-Mayor,  ill.  472; 
Glover,  Derbs.,  11.  570.) 

EDWARDS,  JOHN.  M.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1751.  S.  of  Henry, 
of  Cornwall,  gent.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Oxford, 
May  12,  1729,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1734-5-   (■^'-  Oxon.) 

EDWARDS,  JONATHAN.  M.A.  1668  (Incorp.  from  Oxford). 
B.  at  Wrexham,  N.  Wales,  1629.  Matric.  from  Christ  Church, 
Oxford,  June  15,  1657;  B.A.  1659;  M.A.  (Jesus)  1662;  B.D. 
1669-70;  D.D.  1686.  Fellow  of  Jesus  CoUege,  Oxford,  1662. 
Principal,  1686-1712.  Vice-Chancellor,  1689.  R.  of  Kidling- 
ton,  Oxon.,  1666.  R.  of  Hinton-Ampner,  Hants.,  1681.  R. 
of  Llandyssil,  Cardigan,  1687.   Treasurer  of  Llandafi,  1687- 

1712.  Preb.  of  Sarum,  1691.  Author.  Died  July  20,  1712. 
Buried  in  the  Chapel  of  Jesus  College,  Oxford.  Will,  P.C.C. 
(Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.) 

EDWARDS,  JOSEPH.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1682.  Of 
Norwich.  Matric.  1682;  B.A.  1685-6.  Ord.  priest  (London) 
June  7,  1691.  R.  of  Thurlton,  Norfolk,  1694-1713.  Died 
May  27,  1713,  aged  47.  M.I.  at  Thurlton.  (£.  Anglian,  1. 
282.) 

EDWARDS,  MORRIS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  1587. 
Of  Wales.  B.A.  1590-1;  M.A.  1595.  Perhaps  R.  of  Snodland, 
Kent,  1608-13. 

EDWARDS,  MORRIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  Catharine's, 
Easter,  1605. 

EDWARDS,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1606.  Of 
Essex. 


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EDWARDS,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  FeU.-Com.  (age  16)  at 
Pemuroke,  May  17,  1716.  S.  of  Sir  James,  of  Parke  HaU, 
Keedham,  Norfolk,  Bart.  B.  at  Hackney,  Middlesex. 
Matric.  1716.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  5,  1726-  V.  of 
Weybridge,  Surrey,  1736-64.  Succeeded  as  Bart.,  i744- 
Died  Mar.  10,  1764.  M.L  at  Weybridge.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
1765.  (Burke,  Ext.  Bart.;  Surrey  Arch.  Soc.,  xvn.  62.) 
EDWARDS,  NICHOLAS.  Matric  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi, 
Michs.  1560;  impubes;  B.A.  1566-7.  FeUow,  tiU  Oct.  1569. 
Fellow  of  Caius.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Herringswell, 
Suffolk,  1574- 
EDWARDS,  NICHOLAS.  Adm.  (age  18)  at  King's,  a  scholar 
from  liton,  Dec.  3,  1563.  Of  Peterborough.  Matric.  1563-4; 
b.A.  1567-8;  M.A.  I57I-  FeUow,  1566-72.  Ord.  deacon 
(Ely)  Sept.  21,  1570.  R.  of  Courteenhall,  Northants.,  1571- 
1627.  Buried  there  Apr.  9,  1627.  Will  (Archd.  Northants.) 
1627.  (H.  I.  Longden.) 
EDWARDS.  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1632.  Of  Norfolk.  One  of  these  names  M.D.  1664  (Li«.iJ<rg.): 
'owing  to  the  troublous  times  could  not  graduate  in  the 
ordinary  way."  Probably  his  wUl  (P.C.C.)  1686;  of  Fakenham, 
Norfolk,  M.D.  If  so,  father  of  James  (1693). 
EDWARDS,  OWEN.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity  Hall,  Easter, 

1655;  B,.\.  165S-9. 
EDWARDS,  PIERCE.   Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  Feb.  11, 

1730-1.  Of  .\andrek,  FUnts.  Matric.  1731- 
EDWARDS,  RAPHAEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Caius,  Apr.  9, 
1604.  S.  of  Thomas(i575), of  Cambridge.  Bapt  atStBenet's, 
Apr.  19,  1588.  School,  Cambridge  (Mr  Francis  Edwards 
(1583),  his  uncle).  Scholar,  1608-10;  B.A.  1608-9;  M.A.  1613. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Feb.  28,  1615-6.  V.  of  Swineshead, 
Lines.,  1615-9.  V.  of  Bicker,  1619-31.  Will  proved  (Lincohi) 
May,  1631.  (Venn,  l.  184.) 
EDWARDS,    RICHARD.     Matric.    pens,    from    Peterhouse, 

Faster,  1575- 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  c.  1593. 
B.  at  BitchfielJ,  Lines.,  c.  i575     B.A.  1597-8.    Ord.  pnest 
(Bishop  of  Colchester)  July  25,  1599.   R.  of  Frieston,  Lmcs., 
1600-14.    (Line.  Presentation  Deeds.) 
EDWARDES,  RICHARD.    Matric.  sizar  from  Christ's,  Michs. 

1607;  B.A.  1614-5. 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1620.    Doubtless  s.  of  Richard,  of  Arlesey,  Beds.    B.  1604. 
Adm.    at    the    Inner   Temple,    1628.     Senior    Registrar   in 
Chancery.    Died  1657.    Buried  at  Arlesey,  Sept.  3,  1657. 
Brother  of  Jasper  (1637)  and  father  of  Richard  (1647-8). 
(Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634;  Coll.  Top.  et  Gen.,  vi.  291.) 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.   Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  Caius,  July  3, 
1625.  S.  of  Richard,  merchant,  of  London.  School,  St  Paul's. 
Matric.  1626. 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  Apr. 
19,  1634.    S.  of  Richard.    B.  at  Stamford,  Lines.    School, 
Stamford  (Mr  Dugard).  Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637;  M.A.  1641. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  June  5,  1642.  One  of  these  names  R.  of 
Christleton,  Cheshire,   1660-2   (ejected).    Afterwards  V.  of 
Oswestrj-,  tiU  1680.   Died  1680.   (Peile,  I.  432.) 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  10, 
1634.    Of  Middlesex.    Matric.  1634;  B.A.  1637;  M.A.  1641. 
Ord.   deacon   (Lincohi)   Sept.   25,    1642.    V.   of  Boughton, 
Northants.,  1646.  Probably  appointed  to  St  Nicholas  Aeons., 
London,  1646;  but  died  before  institution. 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.    .A.dm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  22,  1647-8.     S.  of   Richard  (1620),  Esq.,  of  Arlesey, 
Beds.  (Registrar  in  Chancery).    B.  there.    Bapt.  May  20, 
1630.   School,  Hitchin  (Mr  Kemp).    Matric.  1648.    .-Vdm.  at 
the  Inner  Temple,  1648.    Barrister,  1655.    Bencher,  1673. 
Buried  Oct.  25,  1691.   (Vis.  of  Beds.,  1634.) 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.   Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1647.   B.  in  London,  1631.   Left  in  1648,  and  married. 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.    .\dm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Dec.  14,  i68r. 
Of  Denbighshire.    School,  St  Paul's.    Matric.   1681;  B.A. 
1685-6;   M..\.   1689.    One  of  these  names  R.  of  Ruthin, 
Denbigh;  died  Oct.  1740.   (L.  Mag.) 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  June  28, 1682. 
Probably   s.   of   Sir  John,   of   Heath   House,   Salop,    Knt. 
School,  Westminster.   Matric.  1682-3;  Scholar,  1683.   Adm. 
at  the  Inner  Temple,  Jan.  24,  1684-5. 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Mar.  27, 1714.  S.  of  Timothy,  gent.,  of  Nanhoran,  Carnarvon. 
School,  St  Paul's,  London.   Matric.  1714-  -Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Nov.  30,  1713.    Master  in  Chancery,   1732-67.    Died 
June  19,  1770.  Brother  of  William  (1727)-   (Burke,  L.G.) 
EDWARDS,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  July  8, 
1731.  S.  of  John,  of  Wells,  Somerset.  School,  Wells  (Mr  Gay- 
land).   Matric.  1731;  B.A.  1734-5- 


Edwards,  Thomas 

EDWARDS,  RICHARD  SWINFEN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at 
St  John's,  Oct.  27,  1748.  S.  of  Grif.  (?  Griffith),  tailor,  of 
Middlesex.  B.  in  London.  School,  Westminster.  Matric. 
1748;  B.A.  1753;  M.A.  1756.  Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  June  11, 
1756;  priest  (Chichester)  July  30,  1758.  {Scott-Mayor,  iii. 
583.) 

EDWARDS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Apr.  13, 
1598.   Matric.  1596;  B.A.  1601-2. 

EDWARDS,  ROBERT.  B.A.  from  Christ's,  1607-8;  M.A.  1611. 
B.  at  Bitchfield,  Lines.  Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (London) 
Dec.  1611.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Langdon  Hills,  Essex. 
Died  1637.  Admon.  (Consist.  C.  London)  1637.  Perhaps 
brother  of  Richard  {i593).  (Peile,  1.  251;  J.  Ch.  Smith.) 
EDWARDS,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Jan.  24,  1637-8. 
Of  Wales.  Scholar,  1640;  B.A.  1641-2;  M.A.  1665.  Perhaps 
V.  of  Whitford,  Flints.  If  so,  father  of  Thomas  (1671-2). 
EDWARDS,   ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  Apr.  6,  1638. 

Matric.  1639. 
EDWARDS,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June 
21,  1651.  S.  of  Ellice,  gent.,  of  Llanaber,  Barmouth,  Merioneth. 
B.' there.  School,  Ruthin  (Mr  Thelwell).   Matric.  1651;  B.A. 
1654-5;    M.A.    1658.     Fellow,    1664.     Perhaps   ord.    priest 
(Lincoln)  July  5,  1661;  and  R.  of  BarUng,  Essex,  1661-8. 
EDWARDS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  sizar  (age  14)  at  St  John's,  Mar.  5, 
1659-60.   S.  of  Samuel,  gent.,  of  Elmdon,  Essex.   B.  there. 
School,  Elmdon.    Matric.   1660;  B.A.   1663-4;  M.A.   1667. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1669.   Signs  for  deacon's  orders  (London) 
June  I,  1667.    Perhaps  R.  of  Gt  Saxham,  Suffolk,  1676-86; 
V.  of  Eye,  1682;  R.  of  Troston,  1686. 
EDWARDS,  SAMUEL.  M.A.  from  Trinity,  1665.  Matric.  from 
Jesus  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  21,  1658-9;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1662. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Weston-under-Lizard,  Staffs.,  1687-1704;  and 
R.  of  Donington,  Salop,  1705.   (Al.  Oxon.) 
EDWARDS,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  (age  20)  at  Trinity,  May  25, 
1722.  S.  of  Samuel,  of  Salop.  School,  Westminster.  Matric. 
1722;  Scholar,  1723;  B.A.  1725-6;  M.A.  1729. 
EDWARDS,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Nov.  3,  1735- 
Of  Montgomery.   Matric.  1736;  B.A.  1739-4°;  M.A.  1744,  as 
'Samuel  D'Elbeof.' 
EDWARDS,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Dec.  4, 
1738.  Of  Water  Newton,  Hunte.  Matric.  1739;  B.A.  1742-3- 
Ord.  deacon  (Lincoln)  Sept.  25,  i743- 
EDWARDS,  SAMUEL.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  July  11,  i744- 

Of  .Middlesex. 
EDWARDS,  SIMON.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  May  18,  1672.   S. 
of  Edward,  clerk,  deceased,  of  Salop.    Matric.  1672;  B.A. 
J675-6;  M.A.  1679  (as  s.  of  Edward,  of  Bettws,  Salop,  clerk; 
he  matric.  at  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  27,  1672,  age  16) 
R.  of  Lydham,  Salop,  1686.    (Al.  Oxon.) 
EDWARD,  THOMAS.    B.D.  (1458-9  or)  1465-6;  D.D.  1474-5. 
Angus tinian  canon.   Abbot  of  Waltham  Abbey,  Essex,  1475. 
Deprived  '  for  dilapidation,'  in  1488.   (H.  G.  Harrison.) 
EDWARDS,    THOMAS.     LL.B.    from   Trinity    Hall,    1562. 

Fellow,  1559.   Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1568. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1575.  Of  Huntingdonshire.  B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582.  Buried 
at  St  Benet's,  Cambridge,  Oct.  3,  1592.    Father  of  Raphael 
(1604). 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS  (senior).    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1602;  Scholar,  1605;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.   One 
of  these  names  R.  of  Kirkby  Overblow,  Yorks.,  1613-39- 
Died  1639. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS  (junior).    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1602;  B.A.  1605-6;  M.A.  1609.   One  of  these  names 
R.  of  Langenhoe,  Essex,  1618. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 

1613. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.    Adm.  sizar  at  Sidney,  Oct.  16,  1614. 

B.  at  Huntingdon.  School,  Huntingdon.  Matric.  1614. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Michs. 
1618.  Of  London.  B.  1599.  B.\.  1621-2;  M.A.  1625. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1623.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Jan.  18, 
1625-6.  University  preacher.  A  zealous  puritan.  Forced  to 
recant  at  St  Andrew's,  Cambridge.  Licensed  to  preach  at 
St  Botolph's,  Aldersgate,  London.  Suspended  by  Archbishop 
Laud.  An  active  preacher  under  the  Parliamentary  rule. 
Author,  Gangrena.  Retired  to  Holland;  where  he  died  Aug. 
24,  1647.  Will  (P.C.C.)  1648.  (Al.  Oxon.;  D..\.B.) 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Queens',  Easter, 
1635.  Of  Carmarthen.  B.A.  1638-9;  M-A.  1642;  LL.D.  1660 
(Ltt.  Reg.).  FeUow  (elected,  1642;  admitted,  1660),  tiU  1683. 
Master  of  Newport  Grammar  School,  1657.  vV"!  (P.C.C.) 
1683.   Probably  brother  of  David  (1631). 


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EDWARDS,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1637. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  28,  1653.  Of  Wisbech,  Cambs.  School,  private.  Bailiff 
of  Wisbech,  1670.  High  Bailiff  of  the  Isle  of  Ely,  1698. 
D.L.  and  J.P.  for  Isle  of  Ely.  Died  July  15,  1705.  M.I.  at 
Wisbech.  {T.  A.  Walker,  102.) 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Mar, 

16,  1669-70.    S.  of  Edward,  of  Llanllechyd,  near  Bangor. 

B.  there.  School,  Bangor.   Matric.  1670;  B.A.  1673-4;  M.A. 

1677.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1685.  Chaplain  at  Christ's  Church, 

Oxford.    V.  of  Badby,  Northants.,  1690-1708.    R.  of  Ald- 

wlncle  All  Saints',  1708-21.    A  learned  Orientalist.   Left  a 

Coptic  Lexicon  ready  for  the  Press.    Died  Sept.  5,  1721. 

{D.N.B.;H.  I.  Longden.) 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  Feb.  8,  1671-2. 

S.  of  Robert,  V.  of  Whitford,  Flints.  B.  there.  Matric.  1672 ; 

Scholar,  1675;  B.A.  1675-6. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,   (age  17)  at  St  John's, 

June  13,  1673.   S.  of  Richard,  of  Llangian,  Carnarvon.   B. 

there.   School,  Chester.   Matric.  1673- 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  July  7,  1673- 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.   Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Sept.  17,  1674. 

Of  London.   Matric.  1674. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Caius,  July  15, 

1674.   S.  of  William,  clerk.    B.  at  Taplow,  Bucks.   School, 

Harrow.  Matric.  1674;  Scholar,  1674-80;  B.A.  1678-9;  M.A. 

1683.   One  of  these  names  V.  of  Newnham,  Herts.,  1680-4. 

{Venn,  i.  451;  apparently  not  the  orientalist,  as  in  Al.  Oxon.) 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,   (age  15)  at  St  John's, 

Sept.  II,  1678.   S.  of  Thomas,  gent.   B.  at  Wisbech,  Cambs. 

School,  Wisbech  (Mr  Friskney).   Matric.  1678;  B.A.  1682-3. 

One  of  these  names,  joint  clerk  of  the  Hanaper,  died  at 

Wisbech,  Oct.  5,  1725.    (Musgrave.) 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  May  8, 

1718.    S.  of  John,   of  Lichfield,   Staffs.    School,  Lichfield 

(Mr  Hunter).    Matric.   1718;  Scholar,   1720;  B.A    1722-3; 

M.A.  1726.  Died  at  West  Coppice,  Shropshire,  Aug.  8,  1730, 

aged  30. 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.    M.A.  from  Clare,  1723.    S.  of  T.,  of 

Coventry.    Matric.  from  St  John's  College,  Oxford,  Mar.  5, 

1710-1,  age   19;   B.A.   (Oxford)    1714.    Perhaps  V.  of  St 

Michael's,  Coventry,   1722;  and  father  of  Thomas  (1746). 

{Al.  Oxon.) 
EDWARDES,    THOMAS.     M.A.    from    King's,    i734-     S.    of 

Jonathan,  of  Marton,  Salop,  clerk.    Matric.  from  Balliol 

College,  Oxford,  Apr.  9,  1715,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1718. 

(Al.  Oxon.) 
EDWARDS,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Nov. 

22, 1746.  S.ofThomas  (?  i723),clerk,  V.  of  Coventry,  Warws. 

B.    there,    Aug.    1729.     School,    Coventry    (Dr    Jackson). 

Migrated  to  Clare,  Nov.  24,  1746    Matric.  i747;  B.A.  1750-1; 

M.A.  1754;  D.D.  1766.  Fellowof  Clare,  1752-9-  Ord.  deacon 

(Lichfield)  1751;  priest,  1753.   Master  of  Coventry  Grammar 

School,  1758;  and  R.  of  St  John-the-Baptist,  till  1779-  V.  of 

Bablake,  1758.   V.  of  Nuneaton,  1770.   Author,  theological. 

Died  June,  1785.   Buried  at  Foleshill,  Warws.   Will,  P.C.C. 

{D.N.B.) 
EDWARDS,  TIMOTHY.   Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  June  i,  1702. 

Of  Cornwall.  Matric.  1702;  B.A.  1705-6;  M.A.  1709.  Incorp. 

at  Oxford,  1709.   V.  of  Okehampton,  Devon,  1717.  Author, 

WiU  (Exeter)  1745.    {Al.  Oxon.) 

EDWARDS,  TUDER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Michs.  1575. 

EDWARD,    WILLIAM.     Graduate    in    Can.L.,    before    1454; 

D.Can.L.   V.  of  Holy  Trinity,  Cambridge,  1471. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter, 

1549  (impubes). 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 

1552.    Left  in  1555.    Presented  to  R.  of  West  Wretham, 

Norfolk,  1559.   Died  1579. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM,    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Lent, 

1557-8. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.  Scholar  of  Trinity,  1571;  B.A.  1571-2; 

M.A.  1575.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Witherley,  Leics.,  1595- 

1600. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Peterhouse,  June  29, 

1594.     Matric.  1594. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Mar.  9, 1593-4. 

Of  London.   Matric.  <;.  1593;  B.A.  1597-8. 
EDWARDES,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1609;  B.A.  1612-3;  M.A.  1616.    One  of  these  names  V.  of 

Tetbury,  Gloucs.,  1614-58. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1622; 

B..^.  1625-6.   Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1627. 


Egerton,  Charles 

EDWARDS,    WILLIAM.     Adm.   pens,   at   Emmanuel,    1623, 

Matric.  1623;  B.A.  1625-6;  M.A.  1629. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM,    Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Lent, 

1625-6. 
EDWARDS,   WILLIAM.    M.A.    1627   (Incorp.   from   Oxford). 
Perhaps  of  Middlesex,  cler.  fil.   Matric.  from  Christ  Church, 
Oxford,  Nov.  16,  1621,  age  18;  B.A.  1624;  M.A.  1627,  But 
see  Al.  Oxon.  for  another  of  these  names, 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM,    Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  St  John's, 
June  18,  1666.   S.  of  Samuel,  of  Walden,  Essex.   B.  there. 
School,  Elmdon  (Mr  Howarth).  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70. 
Perhaps  R.  of  Bicknor,  Kent,  1 674-1 704;  and  V.  of  Borden, 
1690-1704.   Died  1704. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.  M.A.  1671  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Edward,  of  Conanyan,  Salop.    Matric.  from  St  Edmund's 
Hall,  Oxford,  Apr.  1,  1664,  age  19;  B.A    1667;  M.A.  1670; 
B.D.  1677     One  of  these  names  R.  of  Saddington,  Leics., 
1677-95.  Admon  (Leicester)  1695.   {Al.  Oxon.) 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.   Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Peterhouse, 
June  17, 1685.  Of  Cambridgeshire.  School,  Wisbech.  Matric. 
1685;  Scholar,  1685. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  16,  1688-9.  S.  of  Samuel,  clerk.  B.  at  Denham.  School, 
Eye,   Suffolk   (Mr   Browne).    Matric.    1689.    Ord.   deacon 
(London)  Sept.  23,  1694;  priest,  May  26,  1700. 
EDWARDS  or  EDWARD,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at 
St  John's,  June  28,  1707.   S.  of  George,  currier,  of  Barnard 
Castle,  Yorks.  Bapt.  there,  Aug.  14,  1690.  School,  Sedbergh. 
Matric.  1707;  B.A.  1710-1;  M.A.  1714;  D.D.  from  Christ's, 
1728.   Fellow  of  Christ's,  1715-26.   Ord.  deacon  (Ely)  Sept. 
20,  1713;  priest  (London)  Dec.  19,  1714-  V.  of  Burley-on-the- 
Hill.  Ruts.,  1725-7.   R.  of  Middleton  Keynes,  Bucks.,  1727- 
44.    Preb.  of  Lincoln,   1739-44.    Died  1744,    Will,  P.C.C. 
{Peile,  II.  169.) 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  sizai-  at  Jesus,  July  4,  1712. 
S.  of  John,  of  Ashford,  Kent.  Previously  matric.  from  Corpus 
Christi,  Oxford,  Nov.  9,  1709,  age  14.    Matric.  1712;  B.A. 
(Cambridge)  1715-6.   Perhaps  R.  of  Tarvin,  Cheshire,  1724- 
46.   If  so,  died  Aug.  26,  1746. 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Caius,  May  14, 
1725.  S.  of  WiUiam,  gent.,  late  of  Troston,  Suffolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Gislingham  (Mr  Sparrow)  and  Bury  (Mr  Kinsman). 
Scholar,   1725-9;   Matric.   1726;   B.A.   1728-9;   M.A.   1734- 
Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Sept.  21,  1729;  priest,  Sept.  20,  1730- 
R.  of  Finningham,  Suffolk,  1730-89.    Died  at  Finningham, 
Apr.  1789.  Will,  P.C.C.   {Venn,  11.  23.) 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.    .\dm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  17,  1727.    S.  of  Timothy,  gent.,  of  Carnarvon.    B.  at 
Aberdaron.     School,    Whitchurch,    Salop    (Mr    Hughes). 
Matric.  1727.    In  holy  orders.    Brother  of  Richard  (i7i4). 
(Burke,  L.G.) 
EDWARDS,  WILLIAM.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Dec.  3, 
1743.    S.  of  Nathaniel,  M.D.,  of  Derby.    B.  July  23,  1726. 
School,   Repton.    Matric.   1745-6-    Lieutenant  of  Marines. 
Mayor  of  Derby  in  1773,  1785  and  1798.  Died  at  Derby,  1800, 
Buried  in  St  Michael's  Church.    Brother  of  John  (1736). 
(Glover,  Verbs.,  11.  570.) 

EDWARDS, .  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1558. 

EDWARDS, Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Feb.  24, 1731-2- 

EDWYNE, .  Matric.  pens,  from  Pembroke,  Michs.  1548. 

EDYLL,  ANTHONY.   Scholar  of  Trinity,  as  Anthony  IdyU; 

see  Ithell,  Thomas. 
EDYLL  or  IDLE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  1544. 
Of  Cumberland.  B.A.  1546-7;  M.A.  1549;  B-D.  1556.  FeUow 
of  Pembroke,  1547.  Fellow  of  Jesus,  1558-9.  Received 
tonsure  (London)  1554.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.)  1559-  Bene- 
factor to  Jesus.   (.A..  Gray.) 

EDYN, .   B.Civ.L.  1488. 

EDYSBURY,  JOSEPH,  see  EDISBURY, 

EFFORD,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1569, 

EFFORD,  NICHOLAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1569; 

B.A.  at  Oxford,  1575- 
EFFORD,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1586. 
EGAR,  see  EGGER, 
EGBASTIAN,  see  EDGBASTON. 

EGERTON,  CHARLES.  '  Of  St  John's  College,  Cambridge,'  but 
not  found  in  our  records.  S.  of  Sir  Charles,  of  Newborough, 
Staffs.,  Knt.  B.  in  Ireland,  1586.  Of  Lincohi's  Inn.  Principal 
ranger  of  Needwood  Forest.  Knighted.  Died  May  3,  1662, 
s.p.  M.I.  in  Hanbury  Church.   (Shaw,  Staffs.,  i.  93.) 


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Egerton,  John 

EGERTON  or  EGGESTON,  JOHN.  Probably  scholar  at  King's 
Hall,  1508-17;  B.Can.L.  1511-2.  Studied  also  at  Oxford. 
R.  of  Gt  billing,  Northants.,  1512-32.  R.  of  Farthmgston, 
1519.  R.  of  Weston  FaveU.  Died  1532.  WUl  dated  Mar.  22, 
1532-3  (Archd.  Northants.);  parson  of  Gt  Billing.  (H.  I. 
Longden;  Baker's  Northants.,  1.  23,  373) 

EGERTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Magdalene,  Jan.  10, 
1727-8.  S.  of  John,  Esq.,  deceased.  B.  at  Tatton,  Cheshu^e, 
Oct.  14,  1710.  School,  Sandbach.  Matric.  1728.  Mamed 
Christian,  dau.  of  John  Ward,  Esq.,  i735-  Died  1738. 
(Burke,  L.G.) 

EGERTON,  LEONARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  22,  1686.  S.  and  h.  of  Peter,  of  Shaw,  Lanes.,  Esq.  B.  at 
Boughton,  Cheshire.  School,  Manchester.  Matric.  1686. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Apr.  24,  1686.  Buried  at  FUxton,  1688. 
(Mumford,  Manch.  Gr.  School;  Vis.  of  Lanes.,  1664.) 

EGERTON,  PETER.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Peterhouse 
Michs.  1602.  Doubtless  s.  of  Sir  John,  of  Egerton,  Cheshire, 
Knt.  B.  Dec.  7,  1582.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  4i  1612. 
Brother  of  Philip  (1589)-    (T.  A.  Walker.) 

EDGERTON,  PHILIP.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Jesus,  Michs. 
1589.  Of  Cheshire.  Perhaps  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  June 
30,  1592.  1st  s.  of  Sir  John,  of  Egerton,  and  Oulton,  Lanes. 
B.  1574.  Died  1592.  Brother  of  Peter  (above).  (Foster, 
Lanes.  Pedigrees.) 

EGERTON,  STEPHEN.  B.A.  from  Peterhouse,  1575-6-  S.  of 
Thomas,  mercer,  of  London.  M..\.  i579-  Fellow,  i579-*5- 
Incorp.  at  Oxford.  1583.  Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  May  11,  1581. 
Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn,  Aug.  18,  1588.  As  a  puritan  he  was 
suspended  by  Whitgif  t,  and  imprisoned  in  the  Fleet  for  three 
years.  Minister  of  St  Anne's,  Blackfriars,  1598-1622.  Author, 
theological.  Buried  at  St  Anne's,  Blackfriars,  May  7,  1622. 
Will  (P.C.C.)  1622.  Brother  of  the  next  and  Timothy.  {D.N.B.) 

EGERTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 
1564;  B.A.  1567-8;  MA.  1571.  Incorp.  atOxford,  1583.  Ord. 
deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  July  24,  1572.  K.  of  Adstock, 
Bucks.,  i569(?)-i622.  WiU  (P.C.C.)  1622.  Brother  of 
Stephen,  above,  and  Timothy.   (T.  A.  Walker.) 

EGERTON,  Sir  THOMAS.  University  Counsel,  1586.  Adm.  at 
Brasenose  College,  Oxford,  1556,  age  17.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's 
Inn,  Oct.  31,  1560.  Barrister,  1572.  Solicitor-General,  1581- 
92;'m.P.  for  Cheshire,  1586-7.  Attorney-General,  1592-4- 
Master  of  the  Rolls,  1594-1603.  Lord  Keeper,  1596-1603. 
Knighted,  1597.  Created  Baron  EUesmere,  1603.  Lord 
Chancellor,  1603.  Chancellor  of  Oxford  University,  1 610-7. 
Created  Viscount  Brackley,  1616.  Died  Mar.  15,  1617- 
(Al.  Oxon.;  D.N.B.;  A.  B.  Beaven.) 

EGERTON,  TIMOTHY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Easter, 
1563.  S.  of  Thomas,  mercer,  of  London.  Brother  of  Thomas 
(1564)  and  Stephen. 

EGGER  or  EGAR,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  i6)  at  Cajus, 
Oct.  7,  1625.  S.  of  William,  husbandman,  of  Bentley,  Hants. 
School,  Sahara  Toney,  Norfolk  (Mr  Hammont).  Matric.  1625 ; 
Scholar,  1628-33;  B.A.  1629-30;  M.A.  1633.  Died  in  College. 
Buried  at  St  Michael's,  June  28,  1633.   {Venn,  1.  273.) 

EGGINTON,  JOHN.  .Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  19, 
1673-4.  ist  s.  of  Brownlow.  B.  at  Nottingham.  School, 
Nottingham  (Mr  Birch  and  Mr  Cudworth). 

EGINTON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  at  St  Catharine's,  May  16, 1707. 

Perhaps  s.  of  the  above. 
EGLES,  GEORGE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Emmanuel,  Nov.  22, 

1740.   S.  of  George,  Esq.   B.  at  Framfield,  Sussex.    School, 

Tonbridge.   Matric.  1741.   Adm.  at  the  Inner  Temple,  Nov. 

18,  1740;  s.  and  h.  of  George,  of  Wadhurst,  Sussex. 

EGLES,  THOMAS  (1582),  see  ECCLES. 

EGLESFIELD  or  EGLISFYLD,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  Fell.- 
Com.  from  Clare,  Easter,  1569.  One  of  these  names  adm. 
at  Gray's  Inn,  1571,  from  Staple  Inn.  Perhaps  s.  of  Thomas, 
of  East  Ham,  Essex.   {Vis.  of  Essex,  1612.) 

EGLESFIELD,  JOHN.  M.A.  1614  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  Of 
Bristol.  Matric.  from  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  16, 1601, 
age  17;  B.A.  1605;  M.A.  from  All  Souls',  1608-9;  B.D.  1617-8. 
V.  of  Congresbury,  Somerset,  1614;  of  Worle,  1618-28;  of 
Chew  Magna,  1628.  R.  of  Loxton,  1631;  sequestered  and 
imprisoned,  1647-    (Al.  Oxon.) 

EGLESFIELD,  MILES.  B.A.  1537-8;  M.A.  1540.  Fellow  of 
Christ's,  1538,  tiU  his  death,  1545.  Will  proved  (V.C.C.) 
1546. 

EGLEFIELD,  SAMUEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Feb.  27, 
1625-6.  One  of  these  names,  s.  of  John,  of  Stratford-at-Bow, 
matric.  from  Queen's  College,  Oxford,  Oct.  15,  1624. 

EGYLSFELD, .   B.Can.L.  1504-5- 


Ekins,  Geoffrey 

EGLESTON,  see  also  ECCLESTONE. 
EGLESTON,  PETER.   Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  c.  1596. 
EGLESTON,  WILLIAM.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 
1582;  Scholar,  1586;  B.A.  1586-7;  M.A.  1590.  Fellow,  1589. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1591. 

EGLYSTOM, .  B.Can.L.  1511-2.  Had  studied  nine  years  at 

Oxford. 
EGLINTON  or  EAGLENTON,  ANTHONY.   Adm.  pens,  (age  17) 
at  Caius,  June  19,  1666.   S.  of  Henry,  gent.,  of  Bawdeswell, 
Norfolk.     School,    Seaming    (Mr    Burton).     Matric.    1667; 
Scholar,  1667-72;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1673.    Ord.  deacon 
(Norwich)  Mar.  16,  1673-4,  as  C.  of  Foxley,  Norfolk.  (Venn, 
I.  427-) 
EGLINTON,  RICHARD.   Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  Oct.  13, 
1744.   S.  of  Richard,  attorney,  of  North  Elmham,  Norfolk. 
B.  at  Sparham.  School,  Seaming  (Mr  Brett).  Scholar,  1744; 
Matric.  1745;  B.A.  1748-9;  M.A.  1752.    Ord.  deacon  (Nor- 
wich) May  21,  1749,  as  C.  of  Sharrington,  Norfolk;  priest, 
Sept.  23,  1750,  as  C.  of  Seaming.  R.  of  Saxlingham,  1758-86; 
of  Sharington,  1758;  of  Themelthorpe,  1774-86.   Died  Aug. 
26,  1786.    M.I.  at  Saxlingham.   {Venn,  11.  56.) 
EGLINTON,  THOMAS.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Caius,  Feb.  22, 
1722-3.  S.  of  Henry,  gent.,  of  Bawdeswell,  Norfolk.  B.  there. 
Schools,  Walsingham  (Mr  Harding),  Norwich,  Wymondham 
(Mr  Sayer)  and  Bury.    Matric.  1724;  Scholar,  1724-8;  B.A. 
1726-7;    M.A.    1730;    D.D.    1745.     Fellow,    1728-45.     Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Mar.  2,  1728;  priest.  May  24,  1730.    R.  of 
Seaming,  Norfolk,  1739-41.   R.  of  Hockwold,  1744-6-   R-  of 
Elsing,  1745-6.   Died  Apr.  14,  1746.   Will  proved  (Norwich) 
1746.    {Venn,  11.  17.) 
EGLIONBY,  see  also  AGLIONBY. 
EGLYONBYE,  BARTHOLOMEW.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare, 

Michs.  1546. 
EGLYONBYE,  EDMUND.   Matric.  pens,  from  Michael  House, 
Michs.  1546;  imputes.   Scholar  of  Trinity  College,  in  1548. 
Brother  of  Thomas  (1546). 
EGLONBY,  EDWARD.   Adm.  pens,  at  Queens',  Dec.  17,  1600. 
Of  Cumberland.  Probably  s.  of  Edward,  of  Carlisle.  Married 
Jane,  dau.  of  Henry  Brougham.    Died  1648.    (G.  B.  Rout- 
ledge;  Vis.  of  Cumberland,  1665.) 
EGLYONBY,  THOMAS.    Matric.  pens,  from  Michael  House, 
Michs.  1546;  imputes.    Scholar  of  Trinity  College  in  1548. 
Brother  of  Edmund  (1546). 
EGMANTON,  WILLIAM.    Fellow  of  King's  Hall.    Resided 
there,  1414-34.    B.A.  in  1420.    Received  the  tonsure  (Ely) 
May  25,  1415.    Went  with  FitzHugh's  Mission  to  Rome, 
1429.  R.  of  Hackney,  1434-63.   (Trin.  Coll.  Adm.,  i.  114.) 
EGTON,  HENRY,  see  EYTON. 
EISTEADE,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Michs. 

1585. 
EKINS,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Feb.  14,  1644-5. 
Of  Northamptonshire.  Migrated  to  Trinity,  Jan.  22,  1645-6. 
Matric.  1646;  Scholar,  1647;  B.A.  1648-9;  M.A.  1652.  Fellow 
of  Trinity,  1649.  R.  of  Orlingbury,  Northants.,  1656-99. 
Married,  Oct.  5,  1658,  at  Kettering,  Martha  Sawyer.  Died 
June  14,  1699,  aged  70.  M.I.  at  Orlingbury.  Father  of  John 
(1683)  and  probably  of  the  next.  {Bridges,  11.  119.) 
EKINS,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  at  Clare,  Mar.  21,  1671-2. 
S.  of  Alexander,  of  Raimds,  Northants.  Bapt.  there.  May  6, 
1655.  Matric.  1672;  B.A.  1675-6;  M.A.  1679.  Incorp.  at 
Oxford,  1684.  V.  of  Weekley,  Northants.,  1682-6.  R.  of 
Barton  Seagrave,  1686-1703.  Buried  there  June  3,  1703. 
M.I.  Will  (Archd.  Northants.)  1703.  Probably  brother  of 
John  (1683),  father  of  GeofiErey  (i7i7).  {Al.  Oxon.) 
EKINS,  EDWARD.  Matric.  sizar  from  Sidney,  Easter,  1622. 

EKINS,  GEOFFREY.  Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  24,  1717.  S.  of 
Alexander  (above),  clerk,  deceased.  Bapt.  at  Barton  Sea- 
grave,  Jan.  17,  1698-9.  Colleger  at  Eton,  1710-6.  Rustat 
Scholar  at  Jesus.  Matric.  1717;  B.A.  1720-1;  M.A.  1725. 
Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1733.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  23, 
1722.  R.  of  Barton  Seagrave,  Northants.,  1723-73-  R-  of 
Doddershall  and  Quainton,  1732.  Executor  to  Lady  Laming- 
ton,  grand  niece  of  Isaac  Newton:  by  her  wUl  be  came  into 
possession  of  several  of  his  mss.  Died  at  Barton,  Aug.  23, 
1773.  Father  of  Geoffrey  (1749)  and  John  (1750).  (H.  M. 
Wood.) 

EKINS,  GEOFFREY.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1749.  S.  of  Geoffrey  (above).  B.  at  Barton  Seagrave, 
NorthanU.  Bapt.  July  2,  1731.  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1755; 
M.A.  1758;  D.D.  1781.  Fellow,  1753-  Assistant  Master  at 
Eton.  Chaplain  to  the  Lord  Lieutenant  in  Ireland.  R.  of 
Quainton,  Bucks.,  1761-75.  R.  of  Morpeth,  1775-  R-  of 
Sedgefield,  Durham,  1777-  Dean  of  Carlisle,  1782-91.  Poet 
and  classical  author.  Died  at  Parson's  Green,  Fulham,  Nov. 
20,  1791.  Buried  at  Fulham.  Will,  P.C.C.  Brother  of  John 
(1750).   {D.N.B.;  Harwood,  338;  H.  I.  Longden.) 


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EKINS,  GEORGE.   Adm.  pens,  (age  i6)  at  St  John's,  June  7, 
1748.    S.  of  George,  attomey-at-law,  of  Northamptonshire. 
B.    at    Wellingborough.     Schools,    Oakham    and    Welling- 
borough (Mr  Holme). 
EKINS,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1610;  B.A. 
1613-4;  M.A.  1617.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  May  26,  1616. 
See  a  contemporary  m  Al.  Oxon. 
EKINS,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  13,   1641. 
Matric.  1641;  B.A.  1644-5;  M.A.  1648.   One  of  these  names 
presented  to  Weekley,  Northants.,  Oct.  23,  1647.   Probably 
R   of  Weldon,  1663-81.    Died  Aug.  2,  1681,  aged  58.    M.I. 
atWeldon.  Perhaps  father  of  John  (1673)-  {Bridges,  11.  Zi7.) 
EKINS,   JOHN.    Adm.   sizar  at  Trinity,   July   i,    1653.     Of 
Northamptonshire.   Scholar,  1655;  B.A.  1656-7;  M.A.  1660. 
FeUow,  1658,  Taxor,  1679.    Senior  Proctor,  1683-4.  V.  of 
Barrington,  Cambs.,  1672. 
EKINS,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Apr.  II,  1662.   Matric. 

1662.   Buried  at  St  Michael's,  Cambridge,  July  8,  1664. 
EKINS,   JOHN.     Adm.   pens,   at  Corpus   Christi,    1671.     Of 
Northamptonshire.   S.  and  h.  of  Alexander,  gent.,  of  Chel- 
veston-cum-Caldecott.    Matric.  1671.   Adm.  at  Gray  s  Inn, 
May  23,  1671. 
EKINS,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  22,  1673- 
S   of  John,  clerk,  of  Weldon,  Northants.   B.  there.   School, 
Oundle.  Matric.  1673;  B.A.  1676-7;  M.A.  1680.  Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  Sept.  19,  1680;  priest,  Dec.  18,  1681. 
EKINS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  May  29,  1683. 
S.  of  Alexander  (1644).  R-  oi  OrUngbury,  Northants.  School, 
Eton.    Matric.  1683-4;  Scholar,  1687;  B.A.  1687-8.   Buried 
at  St  Michael's,  Cambridge,  Dec.  29,  1689.   Probably  brother 
of  Alexander  (1671-2). 
EKINS,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  Oct.  29,  1695- 
S.  of  Thomas,  of  Rushden,  Northants.   Bapt.  there,  Oct.  25, 
1678.    School,  Eton.    Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Feb.  2, 
1696-7.   Brother  of  Thomas  (1700). 
EKINS,  JOHN.    Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1750. 
S.  of  Geoffrey  (1717),  R.  of  Barton  Seagrave,  Northants. 
Bapt.  there,  Sept.  8,  1732-    Matric.  1751;  B.A.  i755;  M-A- 
1758.   Fellow,  1754.  Assistant  Master  at  Eton.   Chaplain  to 
the  Duke  of  Rutland,  Lord  Lieutenant  of  Ireland.    R.  of 
Trowbridge,  Wilts.,  1774-1808.   R.  of  Newton  Toney,  1776. 
Dean  of  Salisbury,  1786.    Died  Sept.  18,  1808.    Buned  at 
Higham  Ferrers.   Brother  of  Geoffrey  (i749)- 
EKINS,  LAWRENCE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Apr.  4,  1651.  Of 

Northamptonshire.   Matric.  1651;  B.A.  1654-5. 
EKINS  RANDOLPH.   Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Oct.  21,  1696. 
s"   of  Thomas,  of  Chester.    Bapt.  at  Irchester,  Northants., 
Feb.  II,  1678-9.    Matric.   1697;  B.A.  1700-1;  M.A.  1704. 
Ord.   deacon   (Lincoln,  LUt.  dim.  from  Peterb.)   Mar.   14, 
1702-3;  priest  (Norwich)  Sept.  23,  1705.   V.  of  Dallington, 
Northants.,  1706-17.  R.  of  Holcot,  1716-45-  R.  of  Rushden, 
1721-45.    Buried  at  Holcot,  May  9,  i745-    (Baker,  l.  134; 
H.  I.  Longden.) 
EKINS,  RANDOLPH.   Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  St  John's,  June 
19    1740.   S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Middlesex.   B.  in  London. 
School,  Merchant  Taylors'.  Matric.  i745;  LL-B.  1746.   R.  of 
Pebmarsh,  Essex,  1746-87.  Died  Dec.  24, 1787.  Will  (P.C.C.) 
1788.    (Scott-Mayor,  iv.  506;  G.  Mag.) 
EKINS  ROBERT.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1623.  S.  of 
Thomas,  of  Twywell,  Northants.,  Esq.  Bapt.  there,  May  12, 
1605    B.A.  1626-7;  M.A.  1630.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  8; 
priest,  June  9,  1623.    R.  of  Barton  Seagrave,  Northants., 
1632-41;  sequestered.   (Vis.  of  Northants.,  1618.) 
EKINS,  ROBERT.   Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  June  20,  1655.   Of 
Northamptonshire.  Matric.  1656;  Scholar,  1657;  B.A.  1658- 
9.     Excluded  from  a  fellowship  for  nonconformity.    After- 
wards preacher  at  Oakham,  Ruts.    (Calamy,  I.  218.) 
EKINES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  pens,  at  Trinity,  Mar.  31,  1665. 
EKINS,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Trinity,  July  6, 
1700      S.    of    Thomas,    of    Rushden,    Northants.     School, 
Guilsborough.    Matric.   1701;  Scholar,  1703;  B.A.   1704-5. 
Brother  of  John  (1695). 
EKLES,  THOMAS,  see  ECCLES. 
ELAME  or  ELAND,  EDWARD.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 

Easter,  1572. 
ELAM,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  21)  at  St  John's,  June  21, 1727. 
S    of  Thomas,  husbandman,  of  Yorkshire.    B.  at  Hutton 
Panel.   School,  Sedbergh.   Matric.  1727;  B.A.  i730-i-   Ord. 
deacon  (York)  Aug.  5,  i733;  pnest  (Lincoln)  June  i,  1740- 
V.  of  Tickhill,  Yorks.,  i740-74-  Died  Apr.  29,  1774-  Buned 
in  TickhiU  Church.   (Scott-Mayor,  iii.  407.) 
ELAM,  ROBERT.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.   1581; 
B.A.  from  Pembroke,  1584-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Mar.  21, 
1587-8. 
ELAND,  BRIAN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1563. 


Elcock,  Robert 

ELAND,  EDMUND.    Matric.  pens,  from  Magdalene,  Easter, 

1626;  B.A.  1629;  M.A.  1633. 
ELAND,    GABRIEL.     Matric.    pens,    from    Pembroke,    Lent, 

1585-6.  V.  of  Cratfield,  Suffolk,  1602.  There  in  1650. 
ELAND  or  ELAM,  GEORGE.  B.A.  from  Jesus,  1584-5.  B.  at 
HatcUfie,  Lines.,  1565.  M.A.  1588;  B.D.  1596.  FeUow,  1590- 
5.  R.  of  Foston,  Leics.,  1594.  R.  of  Kettlethorpe,  Lines., 
1598-1600.  University  preacher.  Chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of 
Lincoln,  1598-1600.  Preb.  of  Lincoln,  1598.  R.  of  Temps- 
ford,  Beds.,  1600.  Archdeacon  of  Bedford,  1600-31.  Chan- 
cellor of  Lincoln  Cathedral,  1606-31.  R.  of  Washingborough, 
Lines.,  1607.  Died  1631.   (A.  Gray.) 

ELAND,  MARMADUKE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1571.  Perhaps  s.  and  h.  of  Robert,  of  Carlinghow,  Yorks. 
Buried  Dec.  4,  1615.  Will  (York)  1617.  (Vis.  of  Yorks.; 
M.  Sheard,  Bailey,  73.) 

ELBOROUGH,  HENRY.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1611;  B.A.  1614-5;  M.A.  1618.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1617. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  May  31,  1618.  V.  of  Scraptoft,  Leics., 
1620-39.  V.  of  Stainton-by-Langworth,  Lines.,  1626.  Will 
(P.C.C.)  1653. 

ELBOROUGH,  JEREMIAH.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's, 
Michs.  1614;  B.A.  1617-8;  M.A.  1621.  R.  of  Throcking, 
Herts.,  1623-6.  One  of  these  names  'preacher  to  the  English 
merchants  at  Hamburg '  licensed  to  pass  to  the  Low  Countries 
May  28,  1634. 

ELBOROWE,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1606;  B.A.  1609-10;  M.A.  1613.  R.  of  Birkby,  Northallerton, 
1616-9.  V.  of  St  Pancras,  lx)ndon,  1625-31.  V.  of  Rainham, 
Essex,  1628-44.  R.  of  Wennington,  1643.  Admon.  (P.C.C.) 
May  4,  1653;  of  Dagenham,  clerk. 

ELBOROUGH,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  Mar.  1, 
1650-1.  B.  in  Hamburg.  School,  St  Paul's;  exhibitioner 
thence,  1650.  Matric.  1652;  B.A.  1655;  M.A.  1659.  Signs 
for  priest's  orders  (London)  June  8, 1664.  P.C.  of  St  Laurence 
Poultney,  London,  1664.  Schoolfellow  of  Pepys;  who  pro- 
nounced him  'a  fool,  as  he  ever  was,  or  worse'  (1662). 

ELBOROUGH,  ROGER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter, 
1617.  B.  in  Trinity  parish,  Cambridge.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A. 
1624.  Ord.  deacon  (London)  June  18,  1623,  age  31.  C.  of 
Buntingford,  Herts.    R.  of  Widford,  1636-70.   Died  1670. 

ELBOROWE,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Apr.  30,  1639.  S.  of  John,  farmer,  of  Haselbeech,  Northants. 
B.  there.  School,  Peterborough  (Mr  WUdbore).  Matric.  1639; 
B.A.  1642-3.  V.  of  Chiswick,  Middlesex,  1662-75.  M.I.  there. 
Will,  P.CC.   (J.  Ch.  Smith.) 

ELBOROUGH,  WILLIAM.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  c. 
1593;  B.A.  1595-6;  M.A.  1599. 

ELBOROW,  WILLIAM.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1615-6.  Ord. 
deacon  (Peterb.)  May  31,  1618. 

ELBURNE,  ROBERT.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Michs.  15^9. 

ELCOCKE,  ANTHONY.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Oct.  1567. 
Probably  s.  of  Alexander,  of  Stockport.  B.A.  1571-2;  M.A. 
1575.  Ord.  priest  (Norwich)  Jan.  31,  1579-80.  R.  of  Hamer- 
ton,  Hunts.,  1579-1606.   Will  (P.C.C.)  1606.   (PeiU  I.  loi.) 

ELCOCKE,  EPHRAIM.  Adm  at  Christ's,  1677;  B.A.  1680. 

ELCOCK,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1613. 
One  of  these  names,  s.  of  Alexander,  of  Whitepoole.  Age  17 
in  1613.    (Ormerod,  ill.  188.) 

ELCOCKE,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,i62i. 

ELCOKE,  GEORGE.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1565. 

ELCOCK,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1622. 
Probably  s.  of  Alexander,  of  Whitepoole.  B.A.  from  Christ's, 
1626-7.    (Peile,  I.  355-) 

ELCOCK,  JOHN  SYMONDS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
June  14,  1686.  S.  of  Seth.  B.  at  Kirby  Wiske,  Yorks. 
School,  York  (Mr  Tomlinson).  Matric.  1686;  B.A.  1689-90. 
Ord.  deacon  (Durham)  Sept.  20,  1691;  priest  (York)  Feb. 
1694-5. 

ELCOCK,  RICHARD.  B.A.  from  St  John's,  1609.  Of  Cheshire. 
B.  at  Stockport.  M.A.  1612.  Fellow,  1611.  Ord.  priest 
(Peterb.)  July  16,  1611.  Master  of  Pocklington  Grammar 
School,  1613-24.  V.  of  Pocklington,  1619-22.  R.  of  Wes- 
thorpe,  Suffolk,  1622-30.  Died  July  21,  1630.  Buried  there. 
M.I.   (Le  Neve,  Mon.,  i.  119.) 

ELCOCK,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr.  30, 
1709.  S.  of  Alexius,  mercer,  deceased.  B.  at  York.  School, 
York  (Mr  Tomlinson).  Matric.  1709;  B.A.  1712-3.  Took  the 
surname  of  WeddeU,  pursuant  to  his  uncle's  will,  1748.  Died 
at  Newby,  Yorks.,  1762.   (\\l\iitak&c,  Richmondshire,\i.  122.) 

ELCOCKE  or  ALCOCK,  ROBERT.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St 
John's,  June  28,  1633.  S.  of  Alexander,  gent.,  of  White- 
poole, in  Acton,  Cheshire.  B.  there.  School,  Wrenbury, 
Cheshire  (private;  Mr  Harwar).  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1636-7; 
M.A.  1640. 


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ELCOCKE,  SETH.   Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  June  24, 

1637.   S.  of  Richard,  clerk,  of  Beverley.   B.  at  Pocklington. 

School,  Beverley  (Mr  Pomroy).   Matric.  1637;  B.A.  1640-1; 

M.A.  1644.    Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Sept.  24,  1643.    R.  of 

Kirkby-Wiske,  Yorks.,  1661. 

ELCOCK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  13)  at  St  John's,  Sept.  ir, 

1686.  S.  of  Thomas.  B.  at  Beverley,  Yorks.  School,  Beverley 

(Mr  Lambert).  Ord.  deacon  (York)  May,  1695;  pnest,  1697. 

ELCOCKS,  THOMAS.   M.A.  from  King's,  1725-   S.  of  William, 

of   St   Swithin's,   Worcester.     Matric.   from   Onel   CoUege, 

Oxford,  Mar.  31,  1718,  age  19;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1721-2.    [Al. 

Oxon.) 

ELCOCK,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  May  18, 

1727    S  of  T.,  clerk,  of  Derbyshire.  B.  at  South  Normanton. 

School,  Beverley  (Mr  Jefferson).   Matric.  1727;  B.A.  1730-1; 

M.A.  1741.   Assistant  Master  at  Tonbndge  School,  1731-42. 

V.  of  Pembury,  Kent,  1738-52.  Buried  at  Pembury,  Dec.  21, 

1752.    {Scott-Mayor,  iii.  403.) 

ELDE,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  June  30,  1721. 

S.  of  Francis,  of  Seighford,  Staffs.    School,  Stafford   (Mr 

Dearie).  Of  Dorking,  Surrey,  and  Seighford,  Staffs.  Married 

Catherine,  widow  of  Rowland  Cotton,  Esq.,  of  Etwall.   Died 

Apr.  16,  1796.   {Staffs.  Pedigrees;  Burke,  L.G.) 

ELDER,  ARTHUR.   Incorp.  at  Oxford,  as  M.A.  of  Cambridge, 

1561,  see  Yeldert. 
ELDER,  JOHN.   'M.A.  of  Cambridge';  incorp.  at  Oxford,  July 
30,  1560.   Had  studied  12  years  at  Aberdeen,  Glasgow,  and 
St  Andrews.  His  incorporation  at  Cambridge  is  not  recorded. 
Author.    {Cooper,  1.  208;  D.N.  B.) 
ELDER,  ROGER.   A  scholar.  Buried  in  St  Benefs,  Cambridge, 

May  27,  1616.  Perhaps  Roger  Eltye,  whom  see. 
ELDERKAR,  ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Michs. 

1566. 
ELDERSON,  CLEMENT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter, 

1569. 
ELDERTON,  THOMAS,  see  ELRINGTON. 

ELDRED,  JOHN.   B.A.  from  Emmanuel,  1610-1.   One  of  these 
names,  s.  of  John,  of  London,  gent.,  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 
June  26,  1611.    Bencher.    Of  Newington  Butts.    Died  Jan. 
1649.   Buried  at  Mitcham.   {Davy  MSS.) 
ELDRED,  JOHN.    Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Peterhouse,  Sept.  6, 
1621.   S.  of  John,  of  Colchester,  afterwards  of  Little  Birch 
Hall,  and  of  Olivers,  Essex.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  7, 
1623.   Succeeded  his  father  at  Olivers,  in  1645.   Collector  of 
the  Sequestrations  for  the  County,  1645.  Died  Nov.  16,  1682. 
Father  of  the  next.   {T.  A.  Walker,  21;  Morant,  u.  193.) 
ELDRED,  JOHN.   Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Caius,  July  2,  1646. 
S.  and  h.  of  John  (above),  gent.,  of  'Bourls'  (?  Bures),  Essex. 
B.   at  Colchester,  Oct.   2,   1629.    Schools,  Colchester   (Mr 
Dugard),  Bishop's  Stortford  (Mr  Lea)  and  Merchant  Taylors'. 
Matric.  1646.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  May  2,  1648.  Lord  of 
the  Manor  of  Olivers,  Stanway.    M.P.  for  Harwich,  1689. 
Died  Sept.  2,  1717.  Buried  at  Earle's  Colne.   {Venn,  i.  364; 
Vis.  of  Essex,  1634.) 
ELDRED,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Apr.  11,  1659. 
Of   Huntingdonshire.     Matric.    1661;    B.A.    1662-3.     Ord. 
priest  (Chichester)  Feb.  9,  1662-3.   R-  of  Watlington,  Sussex, 
1663-85.   Buried  there  Apr.  6,  1685.   (W.  C.  Renshaw.) 
ELDRED,  JOSEPH.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  May  31,   1658. 
Matric.    1660;    B.A.    1661-2.     Signs    for    deacon's    orders 
(London)  Dec.  19,  1663;  Chaplain  to  Sir  Heneage  Fether- 
stone,  Bart.   Licensed  schoolmaster,  by  Bishop  of  Norwich, 
Apr.   1667.    C.   of  Antingham,  Norfolk,   1673.    Father  of 
Robert  (1691). 
ELDRED,  MARTIN.    Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Easter,  1631. 
Of  London.    B.A.  1634-5.    Migrated  to  Jesus;  adm.  Fell.- 
Com.  there,  Oct.  6,  1637.    M.A.  1638.    Committed  to  the 
Gatehouse  by  the  House  of  Commons,  1642,  as  author  of  a 
mock  petition  from  the  University.    (Cooper,  Annals,  iii. 
318.) 
ELDRED,  ROBERT.    Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius,  June  2, 
1691.   S.  of  Joseph  (1658),  of  North  Walsham,  Norfolk.   B. 
there.   School,  North  Walsham  (Mr  Harvey).   Matric.  169 1; 
Scholar,  1691-6;  B.A.  1694-5.  Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  1695; 
priest.  May  31,  1697.    {Venn,  i.  490.) 
ELDRED,  SAMUEL.    Adm.  sizar  at  Trinity,  Sept.  9,  1656. 
Matric.  Michs.  1657;  and  again,  Michs.  1658;  B.A.  1660-1. 
V.  of  Peasmarsh,  Sussex,  1662-94. 
ELDRED,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1572; 
B.A.  1575-6.   One  of  these  names  licensed  as  schoolmaster 
at  Duxford,  Cambs.,  1581. 
ELDRINGTON,  see  ELRINGTON. 
ELENDEN,  THOMAS.   B.A.  from  Corpus  Christi,  1575-6. 


Ella,  John 

ELES  or  EALES,  EDWARD.  Incorp.  M.A.  1668,  from  Corpus 
Christi  College,  Oxford.  S.  of  Edward,  of  Hatford,  Berks. 
Matric.  at  Trinity  College,  Oxford,  Dec.  16,  1640,  age  14; 
B.A.  (Oxford)  1644;  M.A.  1647-8.  Chaplain  of  Corpus 
Christi,  Oxford;  ejected,  1648;  restored,  1660.  Died  1683. 
{Al.  Oxon.) 

EELES,  ISAAC.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  Catharine's,  Jan.  24, 1671-2. 
Matric.  1672. 

ELES,  LUKE.    Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanitel,  June  30,  1649.    Of 

Runcton  Holme,  Norfolk.    Matric.  1649;  M.B.  1654;  M.D. 

1661  {LU.  Reg.).    Physician  to  the  King.    Received  a  grant 

of  Arms,  1670.   Father  of  the  next. 
EALES,  LUKE.  Adm.  pens  (age  16)  at  St  John's,  Nov.  2, 1687. 

S.  of  Luke,  M.D.  (above).    B.  at  Welwyn,  Herts.    School, 

Berkhampstead.   Matric.  1693;  M.B.  1693. 

EELES,  NATHANIEL.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  June  12, 
1633.  S.  of  John.  B.  at  Aldenham,  Herts.  Bapt.  there, 
Oct.  19,  1617.  Matric.  1633;  B.A.  1636-7.  Studied  at 
Leyden  (Utrecht?).  Ord.  presbyter  there.  Minister  at 
Harpenden  Chapel,  Wheathampstead,  Herts.,  1643-61; 
ejected.  Died  Dec.  18,  1678.  {Calamy,  11.  44;  Cussans, 
HeHs.) 

ELES,  ROBERT.   B.Can.L.  1467. 

ELES,  STEPHEN.   M.Gram.  1480-1. 

ELES,  THOMAS.   B.A.  1454-5;  MA.  1458. 

EALES,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Queens',  May  6,  1616.  Of 
Warwickshire.  B.A.  1620-1;  M.A.  1624;  B.D.  1631  {Lit.  Reg.). 
Fellow,  1624-34.  R.  of  South  Runcton,  Norfolk,  1631-61. 

ELES, .    Fee  for  B.A.  1463-4- 

ELFORD,  HUGH.  Matric.  pens,  from  Clare,  Michs.  1579- 
Migrated  to  Oxford.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Nov.  17, 
1581,  age  20.  Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  1582,  as  s.  of 
John,  of  Sheepstor,  Devon,  gent. 

ELFORD,  HUGH.    Adm.  pens,  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  June  18, 
1625.  S.  of  Walter,  Esq.,  of  Shipstor,  Devon.  B.  atBuckland. 
Schools,  Exeter  (Mr  Periman)  and  Plymouth  (Mr  Horsman). 
Matric.  1625;  B.A.  1628-9;  M.A.  1632.    Admon.  of  one  of 
these  names  (Exeter)   1645;  V.  of  Walkhampton,  Devon. 
{Vis,  of  Devon,  1620.) 
ELFORD,  JEREMIAH.    Adm.  pens,  at  Pembroke,   1682,  as 
B.A.    S.  of  Thomas,  R.  of  Acton,  Middlesex.    Matric.  from 
Trinity  College,  Oxford,  May  31,  1677,  age  16;  B.A.  (Oxford) 
1680-1.  Subscribed  for  priest's  orders  (Bristol)  Dec.  24,  1682. 
R.  of  Pilsdon,  Dorset,  1683-1709.    R.  of  Rampisham,  till 
1709.  Died  1709.  M.I.  at  Rampisham.   {Al.Oxon.;  Hutchins, 
II.  695.) 
ELFORD,  JOHN.   M.A.  1608  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).   Of  Devon. 
Matric.  from  Exeter  College,  Mar.  28,  1595,  age  16;  B.A. 
1598;  M.A.  1601.  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  1602.  One  of  these 
names  M.P.  for  Tiverton,  1646. 
ELFORD,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1620. 
ELGAR,  EDMUND.  Matric.  pens,  from  Corpus  Christi,  Michs. 

1569;  B.A.  1574-5- 
ELGAR,  THOMAS.   Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Easter,  1621; 
B.A.  from  Trinity  Hall,  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.    Ord.  deacon 
(Peterb.)  May  31;  priest,  June  1,  1629. 
ELGIN,  Earl  oi,  see  AILESBURY,  ROBERT. 
ELHAM,  JOHN.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  July  7,   1619- 

Matric.  1619. 
ELIN  or  HELIN.  JOHN.    Of  Norfolk,  Carmelite  friar  at  Lynn. 
D.D.   of  Cambridge.    Prior   of   the  Carmelite   Convent   in 
London.   Died  c.  I37Q-    {Pits,  5i9-) 
ELING  or  EELYNGE,  ROBERT.    Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity, 
Easter,  1578.    B.  at  Leighton  Buzzard,  c.  1563-    Scholar, 
1582;  B.A.  1582-3;  M.A.  1586.   Ord.  priest  (Lincoln).  V.  of 
Keysoe,  Beds.,  1599. 
ELING,  THOMAS.    Matric.  sizar  from  Corpus  Christi,  1597. 

Of  Cambridgeshire. 
ELKIN    GEORGE.    Matric.   pens,   from   Jesus,   Michs.    1552. 
Perhaps  B.A.  Oxford,  1559,  as  'A  priest,  with  cure  of  souls. 
One  of  these  names  V.  of  Lyme  Regis,  Dorset,  1573- 
ELKIN,  JOHN.    Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  c.  1590;  B.A. 
1593-4.  One  of  these  names,  of  London,  was  adm.  at  Gray  s 
Inn,  Nov.  18,  1594. 
ELKYN,  RICHARD.  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Michs.  1587; 

B.A.  1590-1;  M.A.  1594. 
ELKINTON,  THOMAS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Peterhouse,  Michs. 

1580. 
ELLA,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  May  21.  i746.  Of  Rampton. 

NotU.   S.  of ,  clerk,  deceased.    Matnc.  1746;  Scholar; 

B.A.  1749-50; M.A.  1754- 


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Ellay,  William 

ELLAY,  WILLIAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  15)  at  Sidney,  June  20, 
1702.  S.  of  William,  of  Thirsk,  Yorks.  School,  Thirsk 
(MrMidgley).  Matric.  1704;  B.A.  1705-6.  Ord.  deacon  (York) 
Nov.  1710;  priest,  1711. 

ELLERKER  or  ELLAKAY,  EDWARD.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at 
Caius,  Oct.  28, 1584.  S.  of  Edward,  gent.,  of  Risby,  Beverley, 
Yorks.  School,  Hull.  Readm.  as  Fell.-Com.  1587.  B.A. 
1587-8. 

ELLECAR,  FRANCIS.  Matric.  pens,  from  Trinity,  Easter,  1584. 
Perhaps  of  Youlton,  Easingwold,  Yorks.   (M.  H.  Peacock.) 

ELARKAR, .  Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1544. 

ELLERKER, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  Jesus,  1598-9- 

ELLERKER, .  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  at  St  Catharine's,  Easter, 

1646. 
ELLERSHAW,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Christ's,  Mar.  26, 

1720.    S.   of   Richard    (1679),   V.   of   Giggleswick,   Yorks. 

School,  Giggleswick  (Mr  Carr).   Matric.  1720;  Scholar,  1721; 

B.A.    1723-4.     Ord.   priest   (Norwich)   June,    1726.     V.   of 

UbbestonStPeter,  Suffolk,  1748.  Died  1760.  (P«7e,  11.  197.) 

ELLERSHAW,  RICHARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  May  21,  1679. 
Of  'Bentham  Ewcross,'  Yorks.  School,  Wakefield.  Matric. 
1679;  B.A.  1682-3;  M.A.  1688.  Temporary  Head  Master  of 
Giggleswick  in  1685.  Ord.  priest  (York)  Mar.  1684-5.  V.  of 
Giggleswick,  1686-1719.    Died  1719.  Fatherof  John  (above). 

ELLERTON,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Queens',  Easter,  1577. 
Of  Salop.  B.A.  1580-1;  M.A.  1584.  Ord.  priest  (Lichfield) 
Nov.  I,  1582.  C.  of  Therfield,  Herts.  Perhaps  V.  of  Barling, 
Essex,  1586-1601.   Buried  there  1601. 

ELLERTON, .    M.Gram.  1482. 

ELLESLEY,  CHRISTOPHER.  Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's, 
Easter,  1581. 

ELLESMERE,  Lord,  ^ee  EGERTON,  Sir  THOMAS. 

ELLETSON,  ANTHONY.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb. 

23,  1663-4.   S.  of  Robert,  of  Fumess  Fell,  Lanes.   B.  there. 

School,  Sedbergh.    Matric.  1664;  B..\.  1667-8;  M.A.  1671. 

Ord.   deacon    (Ely)   June   2,    1672.    Brother  of  Laurence 

(1663-4). 
ELLETSON,  JOHN.    Matric.  sizar  from  Trinity,  Michs.  1584; 

Scholar,  1588;  B.A.  1588-9;  M.A.  1592.  R.  of  Chignal  Smely, 

Essex,  1597-1617.    Died  1617. 

ELLETSON  or  ELLOTSON,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  15)  at 
Pembroke,  May  6,  1658.  S.  of  John,  currier.  B.  at  Fairsted, 
Essex.    Matric.  1660;  B.A.  1661-2. 

ELLETSON,  LAURENCE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's, 
Feb.  23,  1663-4.  S.  of  Robert-,  of  Fumess  Fell,  Lanes.  B. 
there.    School,  Sedbergh.    Matric.  1664;  B.A.  1667-8;  M.A. 

1671.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1671.  Ord.  deacon  (London) 
Sept.  1669;  priest  (Ely)  Dec.  18,  1669.  V.  of  Winterton, 
Lines.,  1671.  V.  of  Aukborough,  Yorks.,  1685-6.  Brother  of 
Anthony  (1663-4).    (Al.  Oxon.) 

ELLETSON,  ROGER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  St  John's,  Feb.  14, 
1660-1.  S.  of  Robert,  gent.,  of  Broughton,  Lanes.  B.  there. 
School,  Urswick,  Lanes.  Matric.  1661.  Adm.  at  Gray's  Inn, 
Apr.  29,  1662. 

ELLETSON,  ROGER  HOPE.  Adm.  pens,  (age  18)  at  Trinity, 
Junes,  1745;  and  Fell.-Com.  1746.  S.  of  Richard,  of  Jamaica. 
School,  Eton.  Matric.  1746.  One  Roger  Elletson  adm.  at 
Lincoln's  Inn,  July  6,  1744.  [According  to  Burke  he  was 
s.  of  Roger,  of  Jamaica.]  Lieutenant-Governor  of  Jamaica, 
1766.   Died  Nov.  28,  1775.    (G.  Mag.;  Burke,  L.G.) 

ELLINGHAM,  JOHN.  FeUow  of  Pembroke.  Ord.  priest  (Ely) 
Sept.  1376. 

ELLINGHAM  or  ELMHAM, ,  see  ELMAN. 

ELLINGTON,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  (age  16)  at  Peterhouse, 
May  20,  1658.  Of  Northamptonshire.  School,  Peterborough. 
Migrated  to  Emmanuel,  1659.  Matric.  1661;  B.A.  1661-2. 
Ord.  priest  (Peterb.)  Aug.  2,  1664. 

ELLINGTON  or  ELKINGTON, .   Adm.  at  Pembroke,  Dec. 

31,  1657-8. 

ELLIOT  or  ELYOTT,  ADAM.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Caius, 
Nov.  10,  1664.  S.  of  Henry,  clerk,  of  Jedburgh,  Scotland. 
B.  there.  Scholar,  i666;  B.A.  1668-9.  Travelled  on  the 
continent  for  two  years.  On  the  voyage  home  captured  by 
a  Sallee  rover,  and  sold  as  a  slave  in  Morocco.  Escaped  to 
England.    Ord.   deacon   (Ely)   1671;   priest  (London)   Dec. 

1672,  as  C.  of  Allington,  Kent.  Chaplain  to  Lord  Grey,  of 
Werke.  Officiated  in  Dublin.  P.C.  of  St  James,  Duke  Place, 
London,  1685-1700.  His  Modest  Vindication  contains  an 
account  of  his  travels,  and  of  his  quarrel  with  his  fellow 
collegian  Titus  Oates,  who  had  accused  him  of  being  a  Jesuit 
priest.  Died  1700.   (Venn,  i.  423;  D.N.B.) 


Elliott,  John 

ELLIOTT,  ADAM.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton,  1709. 

B.   in   London.     Matric.    1710;    B.A.    1713-4;    M.A.    1717. 

Fellow,  1713.    Ord.  deacon  (London)  Apr.  11,  1721.    R.  of 

Milton,  Cambs.,  1727.    Assistant  Master  at  Eton.    Died  at 

Eton,  1735.    (Harwood.) 
ELIOT,  ALEXANDER.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  Apr. 

23,  1737-    S.  of  Griffith,  gent.,  of  Tenby,  Pembs.    School, 

Tenby.   Matric.  1737.   Adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  Apr.  21, 

1737.  High  Sheriff  of  Pembs  ,  1754- 
ELLIOTT,  BENJAMIN.  B.D.  1634  (Incorp.  from  Oxford)    S.  of 

Laurence,  of  Busbridge,  Surrey.  Matric.  from  Corpus  Christi 

College,  Oxford,  Oct.  18,  1616,  age  19;  B.A.  1616;  M.A.  1620; 

B.D.  1627.   R.  of  Trent,  Somerset,  1640.   Brother  of  Joshua 

(1616).   (Al.  Oxon.;  Vis.  of  Surrey,  1623.) 
ELIOT,  CHARLES.    Matric.  sizar  from  Clare,  Easter,  1625; 

B.A.  1627-8;  M.A.  1632.    Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Sept.  19, 

1629. 
ELIOT,  DANIEL.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  17)  at  Christ's,  July  17, 

1663.  S.  of  John,  of  Port  Eliot,  Cornwall,  Esq.   B.  at  PorU- 

mouth.  School,  Thurston  (?  Suffolk).  Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn, 

Nov.  3,  1668.    M.P.  for  St  Germans,  Cornwall,  1678-1701. 

Died  Oct.  1702.    (Peile,  I.  606.) 
ELYOTT,  EDMUND.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  St  John's,  July  8, 

1741.    S.  of  Thomas,  doctor,  of  Middlesex.    B.  in  London. 

School,  Bury,  Suffolk.  Matric.  1742;  B.A.  1744-5;  M.A.  1748. 

Ord.  deacon  (Norwich)  Dec.  20,  1748;  priest  (York)  Jane  10, 

1750.  One  of  these  names  R.  of  Litchfield,  Hants.,  1757-81. 

(Scott-Mayor,  iii.  522.) 
ELIOT,  EDWARD.    Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  Dec.  1582. 

Probably  of  Newlands,  Essex ;  s.  of  John,  of  Bishop's  Stortford, 

Herts.  B.A.  (St  Catharine's,  according  to  the  Grace)  1584-5. 

Probably  M.A.    Ord.  deacon  and  priest  (Peterb.)  Sept.  29, 

1587.   V.  of  Sawston,  Camt)s.,  1587.   (Vis.  of  Essex,  1612.) 

ELIOTT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  at  St  John's,  Apr.  2,  1638. 
S.  of  John,  gent.,  of  Writtle,  Essex.  B.  there.  Educated  at 
Lord  Maynard's  private  school  by  Mr  Morris.  Matric.  1638; 
B.A.  1641-2. 

ELLIOTT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1692.  Of 
Surrey.  S.  of  Sir  William,  of  Busbridge,  Knt.  Matric.  1693; 
B.A.  1696-7;  M.A.  1700.  Incorp.  at  Oxford,  1703.  V.  of 
Buttermere,  Wilts.,  1700-22.  R.  of  Dunsfold,  Surrey,  1722- 
39;  perhaps  of  Hambledon  also.  Died  Mar.  26,  1740.  Father 
t )  the  next,  of  William  (1726-7)  and  Lawrence  (1743). 
(Manning  and  Bray,  n.  63.) 

ELIOT,  EDWARD.  Adm.  sizar  (age  18)  at  Magdalene,  Dec.  19, 
1749.  S.  of  Edward  (abovei,  clerk,  of  Hambledon,  Surrey. 
B.  there.  School,  Eton.  Matric.  1750;  B.A.  1754;  M.A.  1764. 
Fellow,  1754.  V.  of  Hambledon,  1756.  R.  of  Alfold,  1764. 
Died  Aug.  7,  1790.  Brother  of  Lawrence  (1743)  and  William 
(1726).   (G.  Mag.;  Manning  and  Bray,  11.  58.) 

ELYOTT,  GEORGE.  Adm.  (age  19)  at  King's,  a  scholar  from 
Eton,  Aug.  28,  1587.  Of  Guildford,  Surrey.  Matric.  1587; 
B.A.  1591-2;  M.A.  1595.  Fellow,  1590-98.  Perhaps  R.  of 
Hopton,  Suffolk,  1599-1601.  'Esteemed  a  good  poet.' 
(Harwood.) 

ELIOT,  HENRY.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  Mar.  24,  i679-5o.  Of 
Yorkshire.  Matric.  1680;  Scholar,  1683;  B.A.  1683-4.  Ord. 
priest  (York)  Sept.  1689.  One  of  these  names  V.  of  Olney, 
Bucks.,  1701-18.  R.  of  Haversham,  1717-35.  Buried  at 
Haversham,  Dec.  2,  1735.     (Lipscomb,  iv.  191.) 

ELLIOTT,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  King's,  Michs.  1602.  B.  at 
Hunsdon,  Essex.  B.A.  1601-2;  M.A.  1606.  Ord.  deacon 
(London)  Mar.  1,  1606-7;  priest,  Sept.  25,  1609.  R.  of 
Rayleigh,  Essex,  1609. 

ELLIOTT,  JAMES.  Adm.  pens,  at  Corpus  Christi,  Easter,  1636. 
Of  Essex.  Probably  migrated  to  King's,  1637.  Donor  to 
King's  library. 

ELIOT,  JAMES.  Adm.  Fell.-Com.  (age  18)  at  Emmanuel,  Jan. 
17,  1738-9.  Of  London.  S.  of  Edward,  Esq.  School,  Win- 
chester.   Matric.  1739. 

ELLIOTT,  JOHN.   Matric.  pens,  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1567. 

ELLIOTT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  King's,  Michs.  1608;  B.A. 
1612-3;  MA.  1616.   Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  Dec.  23,  1615. 

ELLIOTT,  JOHN.  Matric.  pens,  from  Jesus,  Lent,  1618-9.  S.  of 
Bennet.  Bapt.  at  Widford,  Herts.,  Aug.  5,  1604.  B.A.  1622. 
Probably  in  Holy  Orders.  Lived  for  a  time  at  Nazing,  Essex ; 
and,  as  assistant  at  Mr  Thos.  Hooker's  school  at  Little 
Baddon,  1629.  Went  to  Holland,  1630;  and  to  New  England, 
1631.  Minister  at  Boston,  1631;  and  at  Roxburgh,  Mass., 
1632-90.  Best  known  for  his  labours  amongst  the  Indians, 
and  his  translation  of  the  Scriptures  into  the  language  of  the 
Massachusett  Indians.  Died  May  20,  1690.  (D.N.B.;  J.  G. 
Bartlett.) 

ELLIOTT,  JOHN.  Matric.  sizar  from  Jesus,  Easter,  1621;  B.A. 
1624-5. 


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Elliott,  John 

ELLIOT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  Trinity,  July  2,  1679. 
Of  Gloucestershire.  S.  of  John.  Exhibitioner  ifrom  St  Paul's 
School  when  he  received  a  grant  of  £5.  Matric.  1679;  B.A. 
1682-3.  One  of  these  names,  B.A.,  V.  of  St  John,  Yeovil, 
Somerset,  1683-90.    Died  1690. 

ELLIOTT,  JOHN.  M.D.  1681  {Lit.  Reg.).  Incorp.  at  Oxford, 
1683.  Fellow,  R.C.P.  June  25,  1687.  Censor.  Impeached  for 
high  treason  for  his  attack  on  William  III,  and  committed  to 
Newgate,  1689.   Died  c.  1691.   {Munk,  i.  477;  D.N.B.) 

ELLIOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  sizar  at  Clare,  July  9,  1689.  Of 
Countesthorpe,  Leics.  Matric.  1689;  B.A.  1693-4;  M.A.  1713. 
Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Mar  20,  1697-8  V.  of  Welham,  Leics., 
1700-34.  V.  of  Slawston,  1712-27.  Perhaps  R.  of  Langton, 
1727.  Died  May  28,  1734,  aged  61.  M.I.  at  Welham.  {Nichols, 
II.  867.) 

ELLIOT,  JOHN.  Adm.  pens,  (age  17)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  24, 1690-1. 
S.  of  Samuel,  yeoman.  B.  at  St  Ives,  Hunts.  School, 
Huntingdon  (Mr  Jo.  Matthews).   Matric.  1691. 

ELLIOTT,  JOHN.  Adm.  scholar  at  Trinity  Hall,  Jan.  9, 
1703-4.   Matric.  1703;  LL.B.  1709. 

ELLIOTT,  JOSHUA.  M.A.  1616  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Laurence,  of  Busbridge,  Surrey.  Matnc.  from  Queen's  College, 
Oxford,  Oct.  26,  1604,  age  15;  B.A.  1608;  M.A.  1614.  R.  of 
Woolston,  Gloucs.,  1618.  V.  of  Leigh,  1619;  and  of  Cold 
Aston,  1629.  Brother  of  Benjamin  (1634).  {Al.  Oxon.;  Vis. 
0/  Surrey,  1623.) 

ELIOT,  LAWRENCE.  Adm.  sizar  (age  17)  at  NLagdalenk,  Oct. 
8,  1743.  S.  of  Edward  (1692),  clerk.  B.  at  Hambledon, 
Surrey.  School,  Basingstoke,  Hants.  Matric.  1743;  B.A. 
1747-8;  M.A.  1751.  Fellow,  1749.  Taxor,  1752.  Proctor, 
1761-2.  Ord.  priest  (Ely)  Oct.  7,  1750.  V.  of  Steeple  Ashton, 
Wilts.  Died  Sept.  17,  1784.  Brother  of  Edward  (1749)  and 
William  (1726). 

ELLIOTT  or  ELLET,  LUKE.  Adm.  sizar  at  Emmanuel,  May  29, 
1667.   Of  Derb>-shire.   Matric.  1668. 

ELLIOTT,  ORLANDO.  B..'\.  from  Magdalene,  1631-2;  M.A. 
1635.   Licensed  to  practise  medicine,  1639. 

ELLIOTT,  PETER.  B.A.  1639  (Incorp.  from  Oxford).  S.  of 
Edward,  of  Newton  Ferrers,  Devon,  clerk.  Matric.  from 
Corpus  Christi,  Oxford,  Aug.  28,  1634,  age  17;  B.A.  1638; 
M.A.  1640-1;  M.B.  1645-6;  M.D.  1652.  Sometime  chapl.iin 
of  Corpus  College  (Oxford),  and  preacher.  Practised  medicine 
in  and  near  Oxford.  Died  Mar.  5,  1681.  M.I.  at  St  Peter-in- 
the-East,  Oxford.   {Al.  Oxon.;  Le  Neve,  ^fon.,  v.  31.) 

ELLIOTT,  PHILIP.  Matric.  pens,  from  King's,  Easter,  1637; 
B..^.  1640-1;  M.A.  1644.  Ord.  priest  (Lincoln)  Oct.  22, 1645. 
R.  of  Hunsdon,  Herts.,  1644-61  and  1666-c.  1686.  Father  of 
the  next.   {Cussans,  i.) 

ELIOT,  PHILIP.  Adm.  pens,  (age  16)  at  Christ's,  May  17, 
1666.  S.  of  Philip  (above),  R.  of  Hunsdon,  Herts.  B.  there. 
School,  Bishop's  Stortford  (Mr  Leigh).  B.A.  1669-70.  Ord. 
deacon  (Lincoln)  Dec.  18,  1670.    (PeiU,  11.  4.) 

ELLIOTT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  12, 1592. 
Matric.  1592. 

ELLIOTT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  King's,  a  scholar  from  Eton, 
1666.  B.  in  London.  Matric.  1667;  B.A.  1669-70;  M.A.  1674. 
Fellow,  1669.  Chaplain  to  the  East  India  Company,  1677. 
Died  in  India,  Oct.  18,  1696.  Benefactor  to  the  College. 
{Harttood,  257.) 

ELLIOTT,  RICHARD.  Adm.  at  Corpus  Christi,  1746.  Of 
Devon.   Matric.  1746;  B.A.  1749-50.   A  dissenting  minister. 

ELLIOTT,  ROBERT.    B.Civ.L.  1538-9. 

ELLIOTT,  ROBERT.  Adm.  sizar  (age  22)  at  Trinity,  Jfan.  4, 
1717-8.  S.  of  Robert,  of  Southwark,  London.  Exhibitioner 
from  Charterhouse.  Matric.  1718.  Ord  priest  (Lincoln) 
Feb.  21,  1724-5,  as  B.A.  R.  of  Dunsby,  Lines.,  1724-39. 
Buried  there  Aug.  9,  1739. 

ELIOT  or  ELLOT,  ROGER.  Matric.  pens,  from  Christ's,  June, 
1575,  as  'Hellot';  B.A.  1578-9;  M.A.  1582. 

ELLIOT,  ST  JOHN.  M.A.  from  King's,  1748.  S.  of  John,  of 
Liskeard,  Cornwall,  gent.  Matric.  from  Exeter  College, 
Oxford,  May  17,  1738,  age  17;  B.A.  (Oxford)  1741-2.  (Al, 
Oxon.) 

ELYOTT,  THOMAS.  Of  Jesus  CoUege.  S.  of  Sir  Richard, 
Justice  C.P.  M.A.  1507  (according  to  Cooper).  Clerk  of  the 
Council.  Knighted,  c.  1527.  SherifiofCambs.,  1532  and  1545. 
Employed  on  foreign  missions.  For  a  list  of  his  works  see 
Cooper,  I.  89.  Died  at  his  estate  at  Carlton,  Cambs.  Buried 
there  Mar.  25,  1546. 

ELLIOTT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  King's,  Easter, 
1572.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Oct.  30, 
1575- 


Ellis,  Bernard 

ELLIOTT,  THOMAS.  Matric.  Fell.-Com.  from  Christ's,  Michs. 
1589.  One  of  these  names  adm.  at  the  Middle  Temple,  July  7, 
1592;  s.  and  h.  of  Edward,  of  Newlands  (Writtle),  Essex. 
Knighted,  July  23,  1603.   {Vis.  of  Essex,  1612.) 

ELIOT,  THOMAS.  Adm.  sizar  at  Jesus,  July  6, 1620.  (Perhaps 
already  adm.  at  Emmanuel,  May  22,  1619.)  B.A.  1623-4; 
M.A.  1627.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.)  June  4;  priest,  June  5', 
1626.  Of  Wimpole,  Cambs.,  in  1627.  Perhaps  C.  of  Wisbech, 
in  1635.    (A.  Gray.) 

ELIOTT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Jesus,  June  13,  i66o.   Of 

Cambridgeshire. 
ELYOTT,  THOMAS.    Adm.  pens,  at  Emmanuel,  May  19,  1740. 

S.  of  Thomas,  of  Westminster,  Esq.    School,  Kensington. 

Matric.  1740.   Adm.  at  Lincoln's  Inn,  Apr.  23,  1740. 
ELIOTT,  THURSTAN.   Adm.  sizar  (age  19)  at  Sidney,  Feb.  17, 

1637-8.  S.  of  Simon,  clerk,  deceased.  B.  at  Stony  Middleton, 

Derbs.   Matric.  1637-8.   Head  Master  of  Pontefract  School, 

1650. 
ELIOT,  WALTER.   Matric.  sizar  from  St  John's,  Easter,  1578. 

ELLIOTT,  WALTER.  Matric.  sizar  from  Emmanuel,  Lent, 
1620-1;  B..^.  1624-5;  M.A.  1628.  Ord.  deacon  (Peterb.) 
Sept.  25;  priest,  Sept.  26,  1625. 

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